The morphing of evangelicalism

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In our first segment we are talking a look at Evangelical arm of Christianity, it’s history and where it is headed.  Lately it seems to be embracing the things of this world, while turning its back on the inerrancy of Scripture.

From Pastor Andy Stanley denying the trustworthiness of God’s Word to Evangelical leaders at the top echelon’s of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) embracing extreme environmentalism, inviting Jim Wallis to speak at their national meetings and signing onto the “Common Word Between Us and You” document with Muslim leaders that says Christians and Muslims worship the same God.

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With us is Jan Markell, the founder and president of Olive Tree Ministries, a non-profit organization that has been watching the times in the Church since 1982. Her nationally-syndicated radio program “Understanding The Times” is heard around the world and on our station, Q90FM, on Saturday mornings.

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One Response to The morphing of evangelicalism

  1. Suzy Hames says:

    For the Christian,so much trust is placed on the belief that we are not going to be here – that we will be "raptured" out before it gets really bad. But what if we are not? 2 Thess. chapter 2 seems to indicate that will not happen in the order we hope. I know that in the Book of Revelation, the church is not mentioned anymore after chapter 4, but maybe that's because she does not repent of the things warned about in the previous chapters and consequently loses her influence in the world. In light of the things you talked about today, why should a corrupt church ever think she will be taken out of the very situations that will help her regain her priorities? When Jesus comes, He will be looking for a pure bride that has readied herself for Him. I'm not counting on any escape mode. That's not usually God's way; He prefers to see us through our difficulties in order to strengthen our faith. Thank you for giving us a clear picture of the condition of the church today. Our hope is always and forever in Christ alone – not in human reasoning or social compassion. Unfortunately, the church thinks she can bring in His kingdom by her own effort.


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