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Paying The Price For A Cheap Gospel And Self Centered Living

14 Mar

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“The dawning of the 21st century finds the church of America in a moral and spiritual crisis. Decades of self-centered living and worldliness have taken their toll. Years of compromise and toothless gospel preaching have had their effect.”

Thirteen years ago in 2000, I wrote that admonition in my book The Jesus Manifesto. Ten years before that, in 1990, I sounded a similar alarm in my book How Saved Are We?:

“For years, we have preached a cheap gospel and peddled a soft Savior. We have taught salvation without self-denial and the crown without the cross. We have catered to the unsaved and compromised with the world. Now we are paying the price.”

http://ministrytodaymag.com/index.php/ministry-news/main/19922-the-fruit-of-a-compromised-gospel

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Posted by on March 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “Paying The Price For A Cheap Gospel And Self Centered Living

  1. Arminius

    March 24, 2013 at 9:01 am

    A distorted teaching from a man who, not shockingly, tried to push me over at a CFNI altar call. He walked away when I confronted him about it. Did he really deny that the atonement causes God to not see your sin?

     

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