Three Unorthodox Beliefs Held by the Majority of Professing Christians

One of the resources from Ligonier Ministries that I have grown most appreciative of is their State of Theology survey. They released the first one in 2014, and just recently released the findings from their 2016 survey of 3,000 professing Christians in America. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJcy4dO9ngg Out of the 47 questions asked, these are the three results that … Continue reading Three Unorthodox Beliefs Held by the Majority of Professing Christians

We Cannot Experience A God We Don’t Know

There’s a cognitive dissonance which has formed within modern evangelicalism. On the one hand, it has become commonplace to speak much about experiencing God, while on the other, personal study of the Scriptures and theology is a rarity. Many Christians tend to see their pastor as the theologian – the one bearing the responsibility of … Continue reading We Cannot Experience A God We Don’t Know