Author Michael Horton says more and more evangelical churches are now essentially Christless.
"Aside from the packaging, there is nothing that cannot be found in most churches today that could not be satisfied by any number of secular programs and self-help groups."
His point: Many churches have tossed out Christ and continue on without Him, sometimes not even realizing that He has been lost along the way.
Big idea: "It is not heresy as much as silliness that is killing us softly."
This morning we also hear from Dr. Philip Nation, with another edition of Bible Q&A on Fridays with Philip.
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Philip Nation is the Bible Publisher with Thomas Nelson. He frequently speaks at churches and conferences. A graduate of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (D.Min.), Philip has served as a pastor, church planter, and professor. As always, he's working on his next book.
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