THE GAP BETWEEN BELIEF AND ACTION: WHY IS IT THAT CHRISTIANS DO NOT PRACTISE WHAT THEY PREACH?

Louise Kretzschmar

Abstract


Introduction The question raised by this title is, I believe, a crucial one because it reaches into the very heart of the Christian faith. It compels us to ask what it means to be a Christian and what the implications of such a commitment may be for our lives. It also raises questions about what constitutes the Christian faith itself and what the relationship is between belief and action, or theory and practice.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/62-0-624

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