CommentsThis is just another example of the current apostasy. These heresies have always been around, (see muhammad for some), but they were never accepted as valid christian positions until our time.
There are so many who want their ears tickled that we now promote anyone who dispenses with those aspects of christian doctrine that many find uncomfortable.
Those who espouse a christianity a la carte are in for a big surprise when they learn Who is really in charge. He takes a dim view of those who change His doctrine. I now understand why He asked "Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?"
If we want to be accepted, we had better make sure we embrace christian doctrine on His terms, not ours.
Posted by rt on 06/29 at 05:44 PM | #
I suppose if Mr. Gulley is looking for a nice cozy religion, then he might find it necessary to make these changes to Christianity.
The thing is though, Christianity is not a religion, if man believing God as He has revealed Himself to us. If Mr. Gulley is uncomfortable with that, then I will leave it to God to determine his destiny.
Posted by John Dulleck on 06/29 at 03:52 PM | #
I am always amuzed by the "Great Minds" in the 20th and 21st centuries who find it necessary to contradict the writings of a man like Luke, a physician, an educated man, who states in his Gospel "Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of those things which are most surely believed among us. Even as they delivered them unto us, which from the beginning were EYEWITNESSES, and ministers of the word"
Seems a "Great Mind" trumps and "Eyewitness" . . . these folks are Delusional!!!
Posted by Thinker . . . on 06/29 at 02:55 PM | #
If they think that Jesus death was not required and you only need to love to be like God, then that would mean that Jesus death on the cross was not a sacrifice by God, but rather a MURDER by God.
Their new doctrines are just a twisted bunch of man pleasing nonsense.
Posted by ib wright on 06/29 at 02:37 PM | #
Eviscerating Christianity: On Hell and Exclusivity of Christ
Posted by Vasko Kohlmayer on Jun 29, 2011 at 01:11 PM
Philip Gulley: Radical revision of traditional Christianity
Quaker minister and bestselling author Philip Gulley has always had a knack for being controversial.
His latest book The Evolution of Faith: How God Is Creating a Better Christianity continues that trend. Even though it only came out very recently, it is already causing quite a stir.More...
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