Die Schönheit biblischer Ausgewogenheit

D. A. Carson stellt in diesem Editorial sehr gut die Komplementarität biblischen Denkens heraus, z. B. im täglichen Spannungsfeld zwischen verschiedenen Pflichten:

The Bible exhorts us to discharge many responsibilities, all of them time-consuming: to work, love our neighbor, love our spouse, bring up our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, pray, meditate on God’s Word, meet together with other believers for mutual edification and corporate praise, bear witness to the gospel with unbelievers, and much more.

… The needed balance in the face of such demands turns on right priorities in using the time God has given us, along with refusing to feel like dismal failures because we cannot squeeze thirty hours of living into twenty-four.