Carl Trueman writes:
Only the modern day equivalents of the Scottish Moderates of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries would grumble and complain that more people are spending more time hearing more sermons, reading more scripture and studying more classic Christian literature. But just because a movement has good effects does not mean that we should be blind to its shortcomings and potential pitfalls.
One striking and worrying aspect of the movement is how personality oriented it is. It is identified with certain big names, rather than creeds, confessions, denominations, or even local congregations.
If I had a personal pantheon of celebrities, Carl would be in there. But this article tells why I haven't, and you shouldn't.
Update: Yes, cafedave, I did mean to link to the article. An early morning glitch, now fixed! Thanks.