D.A. Carson

Tragically, we buy the lie that the gospel is only for the unconverted – D.A. Carson

The gospel is great, momentous news. That is why it must be announced, proclaimed. Silent proclamation of the gospel is an oxymoron – D.A. Carson

People do not drift toward holiness – D.A. Carson

Nothing is more intolerant than a tolerance requiring the absence of all convictions – D.A. Carson

Death is God’s limit on creatures whose sin is that they want to be gods – D.A. Carson

All true Christians recognize they can never be more than mere beggars telling others where there is bread – D.A. Carson

A whiff of persecution sometimes puts backbone into otherwise timid Christians – D.A. Carson

A text without a context becomes a pretext for a prooftext – D.A. Carson

The way to be anxious about nothing is to be prayerful about everything – D.A. Carson

The aim is never to become a master of the Word, but to be mastered by it – D.A. Carson