The Uncomplicated Church in a Complicated World: Our Attitude Toward Sin
A.W. Tozer once wrote, "Whatever make holiness more attractive and sin more tolerable will be accepted as genuine. Many, indeed, play at religion as they play at games, religion itself being of all games the one most universally played. The unattended garden will soon be overrun with weeds; the heart that fails to cultivate truth and root out error will shortly be a theological wilderness." This familiarity with sin has absolutely no place in the attitudes and life of the true Christian.