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The Push to Reinvent Christianity

by Charles McCracken

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Out with the old gospel, in with the new. That seems to be mainstream Christianity's new direction. Is it biblical? Judge for yourself. Strong undercurrents today within the professing church ... a rip-current-like phenomenon is pulling the evangelical community away from the foundation principles of God's Word and carrying it off toward influential voices pushing to reinvent, 're-imaging,', and reformulate Christianity. The changes are advocated as a way to communicate Christianity's message more effectively to the next generation. It is suggested that every 50 yrs Christianity holds a giant rummage sale where it takes a look at its old stuff and decides to sell it off. The Bible clearly correlates the consequence of sin with the purpose for Christ's substitutionary death as a sacrifice for sin, leaving no room for debating the future consequences
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