When did pulpits become a place for soft men with soft words and even softer convictions?
With peeps like this steering the ship, no WONDER the Church has lost its role in cutting-edge cultural leadership.
Some of these guys look like extras in a feminine hygiene commercial more than stalwart proclaimers and defenders of the word of a thrice-holy God.
Did Bob Barker have a campaign running where churches were encouraged to have their local pastors spayed and neutered, or what?
We break down where this creepy trend is coming from and what we can do about it.
It wasn’t always this way, little Christian.
The preachers that have really made a difference in culture and history went 180 degrees the other direction. They weren’t man-pleasers riding the latest waves of Cultural Conformity.
They weren’t the soft-spoken tell you what ya want to hear spiritual aphorism dispensers.
Their words would sting and bite with prophetic conflict; they would wound and make whole again.
They could awaken the conscience of the guilty while offering consolation to the despondent.
They carried the weight heaven itself because they were borne out of time spent with the Lord of Glory himself.
They were EXACTLY what a world going to Hell in a handbasket needs today.
And in today’s show, we’re taking on what the Church can do about it.
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