Imagine for a moment, living in a country where simply saying what the Bible says about homosexuality could send you … More
As he does every week, Dr. Hugh Ross responded to a question sent to his ministry. Usually I ignore his feedback responses. They’re almost always shorter than anything I write, rarely footnoted, and often seem to be little more than the thoughts off the top of his head when he received the question. While there is a place for that kind of format, its not something I would generally bother to respond to. Not this time. This time, Ross managed, somehow, to botch Christmas.
The title seems melodramatic, but realistically, it’s true. Evangelicalism, as both a movement and as a word interchangeable with Christianity, is dead. There are still Christians in America, and even some within Evangelicalism, but by and large, the idea of a Christian America where everyone at least had some knowledge of the Scriptures is over.
Folks, if you’re Southern Baptist, it may be time to reconsider tithing. Now that I have your attention, let me explain what I mean.