What has happened to our modern-day evangelical Bible scholars? Daniel B. Wallace wrote, “The new generation of evangelical scholars is far more comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty than previous generations.” This is pessimistic, not optimistic. It has a tone of excitement about telling the Christian readers that they cannot really have confidence in anything textual scholars do, i.e., cannot have confidence in the trustworthiness of their New Testament.
The apostle Paul had made it apparent that a dedicated, devoted, committed Christian’s life—in every respect of it—may rightly be considered “a sacrifice.” How can we honor God in everything that we do? What sacrifices do we make in our worship of God? How can we offer our life to our Heavenly Father?