It used to be that professing Christians, even the more liberal ones, knew that unrepentant sin was not okay. But no longer. In today’s finger-in-the-air, blow-with-the-trends evangelicalism, it seems that those who call themselves “Christian” today must be stopped at the gate for a definition-of-terms check. Jesus as the Son of God? Check. The substitutionary atonement as payment for sins? Check. Jesus raised from the dead as proof of his satisfactory work? Check. Gives a pass on homosexual sin in the name of ultra-tolerant love? Not so fast, buster.