Every so often, some famous name bails on Christ. So, what’s the Church to do when that happens?
A couple of big-name ‘influencers’ tapped out on God, and slid into the easy and comfortable life of taking their lead from our corrupt culture rather than the narrow path of following Christ.
Have they lost their salvation? Did they ever have it in the first place? What does this mean for the ‘little guy’ quietly living the daily grind?
What lessons can WE learn about having the right perspective on human leadership, or who we should entrust with positions of influence within the Body of Christ?
And what REALLY drives someone to make a decision like that one? Were they spouting profound insights into problems within Christianity, or were they profoundly shallow in their reasons for leaving?
Rich and I take this meaty issue head on, and even take a bite out of big questions like ‘can a Christian lose his salvation’?
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We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.
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