A Quote from "Your Heart Matters More Than Your History" by Kevin DeYoung



"There’s no doubt that where we’ve been has an effect on who we are. Sanctified common sense tells us not to ignore the past. But the post hoc fallacy warns us against giving too much power to the past. According to the Scriptures, the most important stuff in life flows inexorably from the human heart, not from our human histories. For all of us there’s A before B in our personal stories, but the notion that therefore A has caused B is not only illogical, it’s unbiblical."

Read the rest of Kevin's article "Your Heart Matters More Than Your History" at DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed