Deancooper posted a comment · Aug 21, 2021
Dr. Brown I'm thinking you need to talk to some of these people. After all, you say we need the correct gospel that "liberates us to live for God". What they hear is, "yes, God has set me free to be who I am!" You say "God's love calls us out of rebellion". They hear, "God has called me to stop being who others say I am". You say we need a preaching of Jesus, "in which we joyfully leave everything to follow Him". They hear, "Jesus wants me to stop living in poverty, depression and despair, and live out a life that's 'poppin'". To my ears, it doesn't sound like you're getting across to these people. Perhaps it would help to talk about the two kingdoms. We are either living in the kingdom of the world or the kingdom of heaven. But there's a problem, because the kingdom of heaven is also a kingdom of righteousness, and you can't serve two masters. Either you will serve yourself and live for the pleasures of the world, or you will serve the King, and become like Him. But then, it seems we've lost the fear of God, so given that, none of this really matters. People will do what they want to do because they have no reason to fear at all. And isn't that the real issue here?
mkwitter posted a comment · Aug 20, 2021
Of course the stripper and the preacher are both sinners. The point of the article is to point out that a true relationship with the Savior results in a changed life.
czarpaul posted a comment · Aug 16, 2021
First step DUMP CCM!!!! then call out the false preachers and prophets among us and get discernment back in the average Christian. Short of God's judgment I DON'T see this happening.
Swkh310 posted a comment · Aug 16, 2021
The stripper is just as much a sinner as is the Evangelical, Born Again minister who condemns her. We ALL sin, hence the need for a Savior.