A robust understanding of the sinfulness of the human heart leads to a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
What God has filled up in the gospel, let no man empty with the law.
The tendency we have to rely on ourselves for our own justification is gospel-muting. It’s Jesus-eclipsing. It’s legalism.
If a pastor, as a signpost, points to the revealed theological realities of God, he must point supremely to the heart of that revelation: the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Grace, as it presents itself in the Incarnation, is love intentionally crossing barriers.
What do we actually mean by the phrase "gospel centered"?