The majority of people in our country call themselves Christian. A majority of those people deny one or more fundamental doctrines of Christianity.
This means that feeling in your gut was right! Most people say they are Christians but are not.
Can you be a Christian and deny…
… the Bible as the word of God?
… the trinity?
… that Christ had every attribute of God?
… the substitutionary atonement by grace through faith?
… physical resurrection?
… Christ’s judgment of all?
… the church, the Body of Christ?
Apparently, an increasing number of people think you can. They think it doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you love and pray in Jesus’ name.
In our present anti-institutional post-truth culture, it is accepted by many to call a rose a pumpkin. While a rose would smell just as sweet you could not make pumpkin pies out of it.
If you deny any of the fundamentals of Christianity, what you say you are does not change what you truly are – unsaved, lost, and without Christ.
Come and learn the Christian fundamental doctrines, why they are essential, and how mid-Acts dispensational right division requires and defends every one.
There is less than one week away until our seminar about this important issue! Get the details below.
Hope to see you there!
For His glory,
Justin “fundamental” Johnson