A House Divided: Cowboys and Motorcyles, Why Affinity-Based Churches are a Reproach to the Gospel

Do you know how you can tell if Rick Warren is saying something unbiblical? ... if his lips are moving. Or in this case, his fingers are typing. In a recent blog post he is saying that our job as Christians is to affirm and accept people. He uses Romans 15:7, where it says, "Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you," to justify his position. But the key to this passage here is, "as Christ accepted you." Does Christ accept us in a state of unrepentant sin? Does he affirm our sinful lifestyles, such as homosexuality? No, but apparently Rick Warren thinks he does, and that we should too. Recently, he affirmed the sodomite Elton John's homosexuality by holding hands with him, and joking that them kissing would be the kiss heard around the world.

A House Divided: Cowboys and Motorcyles, Why Affinity-Based Churches are a Reproach to the Gospel

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I’ll be presenting a message on “A House Divided: Cowboy and Motorcycles, Why Affinity-Based Church are a Reproach to the Gospel” in Weyburn, Saskatchewan at the Silver Heights Bible Church Missions Conference,” which is October 25-27, 2013. I hope to see you there.



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