Why Do Evangelical Churches Look So Much Like the Secular Culture Around Them?

“It’s high time for us to rise up, dust off our Bibles, and stand firm on the solid rock of God’s Word. We must reject the temptation to bow down to the idols of modern culture and instead be unwavering ambassadors for Christ. Our mission is to spread the Gospel, call sinners to repentance, and uphold the truth that there is no salvation apart from Jesus.”

(The Dissenter) As the eschatological clock continues to tick, and as we ever approach Christ’s return, it seems like every self-promoting, virtue-signaling Evangelical has jumped on the bandwagon of ever-shifting cultural movements. These trends, ranging from the use of preferred pronouns to a misguided “compassion” for mothers willing to take their unborn children to be killed on the altar of convenience, have been creeping into our churches and our homes watering down the truth of God in His word and robbing Him of His glory in creation.

Now, I don’t know about you, but last time I checked, the Bible told us that our Lord created us male and female. Especially for Christians, you’d think that would settle the matter, but no—today’s society wants us to tiptoe around people’s feelings, asking them what they’d like to be called rather than acknowledging the divine design and our Evangelical leaders are increasingly caving. By giving in to this ludicrous demand, we’re not only thumbing our noses at God’s plan for His trophy creation, but we’re also opening the floodgates to a tidal wave of moral relativism where truth is as fickle as the weather and God’s Word loses its teeth. View article →


Research: Progressive (Social Justice) ‘Christianity’

CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains those to mark and avoid (Rom 16:17-18)


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