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This was the way a theologian of the cross thought about God. The opposite to this was the theologian of glory. To such a theologian, the cross is simply foolishness, a piece of nonsense. At this Reformation season, we should not reduce the insights of Luther simply to justification by grace through faith.


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In fact, this insight is itself inseparable from the notion of that of the theologians of the cross. Sad to say, it is often hard to discern where these theologians of the cross are to be found.


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Yes, many talk about the cross, but the cultural norms of many churches seem no different to the cultural norms of—well, the culture. They often indicate an attitude to power and influence that sees these things as directly related to size, market share, consumerist packaging, aesthetics, youth culture, media appearances, swagger and the all-round noise and pyrotechnics we associate with modern cinema rather than New Testament Christianity.

These are surely more akin to what Luther would have regarded as symptomatic of the presence and influence of theologians of glory rather than the cross.