de·tri·tus | dəˈtrīdəs | noun | waste or debris of any kind: "streets filled with rubble and detritus."
Tweets That Tweak
The next great heresy is going to be simply an attack on morality; and especially sexual morality. And it is coming from the living exultant energy of the rich resolved to enjoy themselves at last. The madness of tomorrow is not in Moscow, but much more in Manhattan. —G.K. Chesterton
Where is the church which is not liable to value its machineries above its purposes, whose ministers are not tempted to preach for the denomination and its precious peculiarities, instead of for men and for their precious souls? Let your preaching be to individuals, and to the church always as living for and made up of individuals. —Phillips Brooks
While [technology] has greatly enhanced many of our capabilities and spread its largess across the entirety of our life, it also brings with it an almost inevitable naturalism and an ethic that equates what is efficient with what is good. Technology per se does not assault the gospel, but a technological society will find the gospel irrelevant. —David Wells, No Place for Truth
God does not deal with this family [Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob] because they are consistently a cut above other families. —D.A. Carson