“Secularization—that is, the gradual conformity of our thinking, beliefs, commitments, and practices to the pattern of this fading age—is not just something that happens to the church; it is something that happens in the church. In fact, it’s difficult to think of secularism as anything other than a Christian heresy.”
When I read Michael Horton, the going is usually slow, and every couple pages, I have to put the book in my lap, lean my head back, and think. The above quote is from the introduction to his recent book, The Gospel Commission: Recovering God's Strategy for Making Disciples.
It shall be an interesting read.