J. D. Greear opens this conversation with Trevin Wax and Greg Gilbert with a provocative question: If we look back 20 years from now on the growing gospel-centered movement, what might we notice that we neglected?
Watch to see how these three pastors and authors respond. Then join us with comments about the potential blind spots you’ve observed.
Greear notes one especially worth pondering. The point of being gospel-centered is loving the God of the gospel. His Word lays out how we can follow him and grow into Christ-likeness. As Greear explains, “You don’t want to be more gospel-centered than Jesus.”
Collin Hansen serves as editorial director for The Gospel Coalition. He is the author of of Blind Spots: Becoming a Courageous, Compassionate, and Commissioned Church, Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist’s Journey With the New Calvinists, and co-author with John Woodbridge of A God-Sized Vision: Revival Stories That Stretch and Stir. He earned an MDiv at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and an undergraduate degree in journalism and history from Northwestern University. He previously worked as an associate editor for Christianity Today magazine, co-edited Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism, and co-edits the Cultural Renewal series with Tim Keller. He and his wife belong to Redeemer Community Church in Birmingham, Alabama, and he serves on the advisory board of Beeson Divinity School. You can follow him on Twitter.