Progressive Christianity is Not Christian!

I want to share an article I read recently with you. We are surrounded by 1/2 truths (lies) and a culture where the perverted and immoral are seen as good and acceptable. Likewise, the moral and Biblical lifestyle is condemned and called evil. Moreover, Progressive Christianity is not Christian!

We have just had another horrific massacre of elementary children in texas. Again blame is put everywhere except where it belongs. Sin, rejection of biblical values, and rejection of our Creator is the cause of these horrific, satanic choices that are becoming the norm in our country. Reject Jesus Christ and a biblical worldview and the only other option is the satanic decay of a society.

Moreover, when false “Pastors” spew unbiblical truths to their congregations, and those congregations do not search the scriptures themselves, satanic anarchy reigns. Progressive Christianity is a lie straight from the pit of hell. The following article found in Harbingers Daily explains the problem well.

Making the Narrow Door Wider?: Progressive Christianity Surrenders To The Moral Revolution

The disciples asked Jesus a question that many of us have wondered about: “Lord, will those who are saved be few?” (Luke 13:23). We’ve all wondered how many people will be saved and how many lost. We know that in the end there will be a multitude of the redeemed from every tribe and nation that no one can number (Revelation 7:9). But we also know that this multitude represents only a fraction of the human race. We would like to know more specific numbers and perhaps percentages.

Jesus did not answer this question directly, rather He chose to give a warning:

“Strive to enter through the narrow door. For many, I tell you, will seek to enter and will not be able. When once the master of the house has risen and shut the door, and you begin to stand outside and knock at the door, saying, ‘Lord, open to us,’ then he will answer you, ‘I do not know where you have come from’”.

Luke 13:24-25

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus taught that more people will be on the broad road that leads to destruction, rather than the narrow road which leads to life. Clearly, there will be more people lost than saved.

Yet today there are many “progressive” Christians who want to make the narrow door wider; they advance their cause under the banner of love and justice and equality. Progressive Christianity has the same basic worldview as the theological liberalism that shifted authority away from the Scripture to human opinions.

Progressive Christians do not reject Biblical authority outright; rather they purport to walk a middle path with the Bible on one hand and cultural sensitivity on the other.

To put it clearly: Progressive Christianity interprets the Bible through the lens of culture; it does not critique the culture through the lens of the Bible. So, in the name of love and inclusivity, progressive Christians apply their teaching to matters of sexuality, the doctrine of salvation, and the eternal destiny of lost sinners.

They wish to make Christianity blend in with the culture rather than stand against it. They believe that in this way, the church will become more relevant and loving. “Can’t we just abandon some of the hard edges of Christianity and move toward a more inclusive understanding of the Christian faith?” This, they say, will remove barriers for those who see the church as unloving and hopelessly exclusive.

Yes, I agree we should be loving, but we must also have a deep commitment to truth. The Bible makes it clear that loving God and loving our neighbor summarizes the law. But when we replace God’s view of love with our own view of what we think love requires, it can lead us to justify sinful behavior.

Jesus clarified the meaning of love: “If you love me, you will keep my commandments” (John 14:15). To love God is to obey His Word. In contrast, progressive Christianity surrenders to the moral revolution, the essential goodness of human nature, and an inclusiveness regarding essential doctrines. In other words, they have developed a worldview based on human desires, not the clear revelation of God. This is exactly what Paul warned against:

“The time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passionsand will turn away from listening to the truth”.

2 Timothy 4:3-4

Second, with a verbal sleight of hand, progressive Christians sell their point of view using words such as equality and justice.

The Bible is very clear that every Christian should be involved in pursuing justice. So the phrase social justice sounds Biblical, but when you peel back the label, too often you find that it has a wide range of leftist agendas.

There is “marriage justice” (same-sex marriage). There is economic justice (socialism). There is racial justice (critical race theory, which divides the races rather than unifying them as the Gospel demands). So behind the phrase social justice is often an entire worldview that is contrary to Biblical teaching.

So, what are we to do? READ MORE HERE

Do you have a relationship with the King of kings, Jesus Christ?

Maranatha! Until next time, I am Passionately Loving Jesus, the Anchor of my Soul.

ABC’s of Salvation – Repent and be saved from the Wrath of God to come.

Maranatha! Until next time, I am Passionately Loving Jesus, the Anchor of my Soul.

ABC’s of Salvation – Repent and be saved from the Wrath of God to come.
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