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According to the New Testament, producing good fruit is being obedient to the commands of Christ. Jesus Himself even said, “If you love me, you’ll keep my commandments.” It seems that in order to behave the right way we first have to believe the right things–the revealed Word of God. The problem is, as Western society continues to grow hostile towards the biblical Christian worldview, many are embracing progressive “Christianity” as a more appealing alternative. But does this movement have the capacity to help its followers without causing harm?
On this week’s podcast episode, guest hosts Alisa Childers and Natasha Crain use popular memes from the internet to expose the inconsistencies found within the progressive Christian movement and defend the inerrancy of Scripture. They remind us why Christians should continue to view the Bible as the authoritative Word of God and address several important questions including:
Does belief in Bible inerrancy equate to Bible worship?
Why should we accept the Bible as God’s Word?
Is it unloving to accept what the Bible teaches?
What role does the Bible play in the life of progressive “Christians?”
Are progressive Christians more loving than Christians who believe in biblical authority?
Do ancient creeds still have a place in the modern church?
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Alisa’s website: https://alisachilders.com/
Natasha’s website: https://natashacrain.com/
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