More and more churches are being led into emotionalism and not Biblical Truth, and, as a result, these congregations have no spiritual power of discernment.  They are willing to compromise Biblical truth for emotionalism and experience as they are taught to seek after a god who is not the God of the Bible.  (Justin Pierce, The Importance Of Truth and Standing Against Apostasy)


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  1. Both are needed, one to back up the other. Having done the whole “be an unemotional robot” thing, I can attest to it doing very little for my spirituality. It’s hard to believe in something that doesn’t make you feel anything.


    • Truth should always provoke a balanced emotional response which does not hijack clear thinking. An unemotional “Christian” is a contradiction of the “truth” of Christ.


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