Website owner: James Miller
PSYCHOLOGY OF THE EVANGELICAL 11/77 - evangelicals don't seek after spiritual depth, wisdom and spiritual understanding. They feel they already have it. They spend all their time and energy trying to justify their doctrinal positions and dogmas. - evangelicals don't pursue Goodness or Righteousness as the first call of God. They feel they already have it (they would argue that they have been "made righteous" by the blood of Christ). - I think evangelicals are afraid of the idea of "trying to be good". I think their doctrine and dogma instills the fear into them that it is dangerous to "try to be good"; that one runs the risk of falling into a trap of the devil, the trap of "depending on Goodness for one's salvation".