Thursday, February 11, 2010

Vanishing Christianity

“Liberal Protestantism, in its determined policy of accommodation with the secular world, has succeeded in making itself dispensable.” That was the judgment of Thomas C. Reeves in The Empty Church: The Suicide of Liberal Protestantism, published in 1996. Fast-forward another fourteen years and it becomes increasingly clear that liberal Protestantism continues its suicide — with even greater theological accommodations to the secular worldview.”

So begins an insightful post by Albert Mohler called “Vanishing Christianity — A Lesson from the Presbyterians” which can be reading by clicking here.

Lots of thoughts churning after reading this post, perhaps I’ll blog further on this in the future when I have more time…

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