In other words, if enough people apostasize, then we should reconsider what the Bible says.This is terribly misguided and very dangerous theology.He explained, "Because there are so many Christians.So basically, if we would just be better Christians, everything we would like to see changed for the most part would change."Exactly.Second, the reason we stand against the redefining of marriage and the normalizing of homosexuality is not because we are bringing our politics into our spirituality but because we are bringing our spirituality into every area of life, including our politics. I am a moral conservative, and that because of God's Word.Third, Pastor Stanley said, "Serving people we don't see eye to eye with is the essence of Christianity.
Based on his comment that he met with gay members of his church, asking them if they wanted him to include gay illustrations in his book on sex and dating, one should fear the worst.The terrible shame, of course, is that this even needs to be said.But it does, since our churches (and often pulpits) are filled with so much immorality and compromise.The Atlanta-based organization holds annual events locally, as well as in Orange County, Calif. At the Catalyst event last week, Stanley, 56, stated that he knew there were a variety of views on homosexuality and gay marriage among those in the audience."There is not consensus in this room when it comes to same-sex attraction.
Would this include our fighting for the lives of the unborn? Pastor Stanley is one of the most influential pastors in America, but with statements like these, he is doing far more harm than good.