“Multiculturalism has erected itself as a golden calf in our culture, beguiling believers with the enchantment of inclusivity and acceptance. Yet its tenets are deceptive, fostering an unhealthy fixation on racial and cultural issues from a secular standpoint, an approach starkly at odds with God’s kingdom principles.”
(The Dissenter) In this age of moral relativism, where every wind of doctrine is blowing and the foundations of biblical truth are being vigorously attacked, the Church of God cannot afford to shrink back. The Word of God, unadulterated and absolute, stands as our guide and the voice of the Holy Spirit as our counselor in these turbulent times. The clarion call to holiness and unity in the body of Christ, grounded firmly in the Word of God, should be louder than ever.
We live in a society infatuated with the notion of “multiculturalism.” On its face, it presents a veneer of respect, peace, and inclusivity, suggesting the harmonious amalgamation of various cultures into one coherent society. While the idea seems inherently noble, the harsh reality is that it more often than not precipitates disunity rather than the unity it purports to promote. The inevitable friction caused by differing belief systems, languages, and cultural standards weakens the societal structure, causing disarray and discord.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as the Christian leaders mentioned in the article.