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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Only 1 in 3 Young Born-Again Evangelicals Believe Jesus Is Only Way to Heaven, Apologist Says

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing disregard for biblical truths in the Church - (The growing apostasy)


So while churches chase after more warm bodies to fill their cold hard pews with a watered down gospel message of inclusion and tolerance, those already filling the pews are not being fed with biblical truths to know the difference between biblical Christianity and nominal Christianity.  The difference?  One will get the believer to heaven while the other an eternity elsewhere.  Know the difference....study your bible!!

For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. 2 Timothy 4:3 NIV

Only 1 in 3 Young Born-Again Evangelicals Believe Jesus Is Only Way to Heaven, Apologist Says
Young American born-again believers are moving away from a biblically-centered worldview, with only one in three affirming that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven, according to Steve Cable, senior vice president of Probe Ministries. "We need to admit (that there's a problem)," Cable said on Friday at a session titled "What Do [Young] American Believers Really Believe and How Do We Save Them From Cultural Captivity?" at Southern Evangelical Seminary's 20th annual Christian Apologetics conference in Charlotte, N.C. 
http://www.christianpost.com/news/only-1-in-3-young-born-again-evangelicals-believe-jesus-is-only-way-to-heaven-apologist-says-106500/

Three Cultural Changes That Create the 'Perfect Storm' Against the Church
"We've had a major shift in what truth is and where it comes from. We've gone from being God-centered to self-centered, from being objective to being subjective and from being internal to external," he said. He argues that the truth that the church upholds is merely viewed as personal opinion by some people, especially young individuals due to the idea that most think that God is dead. "In 1991, 51 percent of evangelical young adults said there is no truth apart from their own views. Today, that number is 91 percent," said McDowell.

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