From charles Kraft, pp. 109-41): Kraft cites the lines of a certain hymn and suggests that they are “objectionable” (p. 114). The lines are: “There is a fountain filled with blood.” Is he right to say these are objectionable and thus need to ferreted out? Do you think this is an example of cultural accommodation that threatens to blunt the sharp edges of gospel truth? Briefly explain why or why not.
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