I use a start page for the internet, where I have certain websites with news feeds linked. David Cloud hasn’t published to his RSS for about 3 years, because he’s doing much better with email anyway.
But I get the SermonAudio news on my start page, and every day I’m rolling my eyes, as it’s some article that is talking about both Christian persecution and “christian” persecution.
It’s rapidly a growing fact that God-fearing Christians are becoming the most persecuted peoples on earth. I read of horrifying things happening in other countries that love to boast of their religious tolerance. And other forms of persecution nowhere near as bad, but persecution nonetheless.
Then, there’s the stories where they talk about Christian persecution, but I read the article, and it’s talking about (usually) a Roman Catholic. And sometimes a Mormon.
These are not Christians.
Then recently, SermonAudio ran an article on an Evangelistic organization that was being questioned because they were –get this – partnering with Catholics.
Okay, let me get this straight – you’ve published many links to articles about Roman Catholics being persecuted and calling them Christians – but when someone else makes that same error, you’re calling them out on it?
I’m confused. Either you think Catholics are Christians, or they’re not. in case you haven’t figured it out yet, they believe in salvation by works and that’s a heresy. it’s also why Logos is constantly putting up little interviews on “we need to re-think the keeping of the law” – because there’s agenda’s there. But I digress, as usual.
If Catholics are Christians (which they’re not), then why does it matter if a Fundamentalist organization is getting swept up in the fervor of Ecumenism that is building the one world “church” that the Antichrist will use?
If Catholics are not Christians, then why have you listed so many articles that claim that they are?
Do most Christians even think anymore? I’m not the only one – I’ve got 300 readers who may not agree with me on everything, but surely must have grasped this essential point!
So I’m calling SermonAudio out on this. Think for a minute, decide what you believe. Is it the truth? Or Ecumenism and Evangelicalism? If it’s Ecumenism, then don’t call others to task for falling for the same lies you believe!
If it’s the truth, then clean the pew you sit in first!