The Great Evangelical Disaster - Hillsong's Worldview Flaw
The Christian thinker, Francis Schaeffer presciently described "The Great Evangelical Disaster" in 1984 before he died. Evangelicalism shrinks back from confrontation because evangelicals have found a single ethic and they tenaciously hold to it - T.O.L.E.R.A.N.C.E. The problem is not just the refusal to confrontation, but it's a basic, basic flaw in the worldview. As it now represents the new flagship for evangelicalism, we laser in on Hillsong - its roots and its sovereignty-of-man worldview.
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