Today we answer the questions and read the comments from you our listeners. We discuss the sexual abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Church, the crisis at Willow Creek, and what does unity in the body of Christ really look like?
Here are the topics our listeners want to cover today:
Are you concerned about Hillsong and others that put out some decent music but have some very questionable theological statements and positions.
Where do you draw the line between worship and entertainment. Even Christian music and the church has been compromised lyrically. Is this a result of record labels in Nashville and also wanting to be like the world?
Why do most Catholics seem more loyal to that Church than they do the Word of God?
Is seems the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church is already quite vast as is the cover-up by church leaders, but since over 80% of young abuse victims are boys, the systemic problem seems to be homosexuality. Because of this, the media will not report the whole truth so do you think there will be true repentance and change in the RCC?
My friend thinks you guys are dividing the church instead of uniting Christians over issues of morality and doctrine. I think you guys have said it is wrong to elevate unity as more important than doctrine and truth.
Thank you for the show about public school teaching evolution as fact and how to equip our children with truth, Scripture, and science that affirms Scripture.
What are issues to divide or break fellowship over (within the Christian church) and which are ones we can respectfully agree to disagree on?
When we question the faith of fellow believers, aren’t we judging them? Doesn’t the Bible tell us not to judge?
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