If you don’t think the church is becoming politically correct then take this challenge:
From now on when you read the scripture, pay close attention when you land on a chunk of text in which Moses, Joshua, David, Elijah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, John the Baptist, Paul or Jesus is engaged in dialogue with a corrupt impenitent politician, an idiotic idolater, a pompous Pharisee or a vacillating vixen. You won’t see these searing saints doling out nicety-nice stuff 24/7/365. Nope, they’ll be challenging, oft times ridiculing, the very ground the impenitent unbeliever or the feigned professor stands on. Not only that, you will rarely see God’s holy ones repenting of the verbal invectives they have aimed at their audience’s willful blindness. Here’s my biblical defense of Trump’s caustic quips. Enjoy and share especially with the effect evangelical NeverTrumpkins.
John The Baptist: A Rude Awakening Precedes A Great Awakening.
This timely little tome chronicles the politically incorrect ministry of one of God’s most effective wildmen, John the Baptist, who prepared the way for Christ’s ministry.
The abrasive message of repentance John preached 2000 years ago is still confrontational and offensive today — but it is also life-changing.
In our putrid, worldly culture that has turned away from God, this book is a must-read for every Christian.
Available in paperback for those of you who like the feel of the pages in your hot, little hands, on Kindle to keep it right at your fingertips, and as an epic Audiobook.