The Dangers of Cultural Christianity | Faith vs. Culture, March 2, 2020

Deconversion stories are becoming more and more common in our culture. Author and pastor Dale Partridge joins Faithwire managing editor Dan Andros to tackle this controversial topic by deconstructing what seems to be the catalyst for most of these stories: Cultural Christianity.

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  1. I watched a Swagger this weekend preaching about sin but it was about the shortcomings of the Saints that focused on the SPLINTER'S and there was never perspective of sins and it's most destructive aspects in our lives.
    It presumes that the world and the structures and people are safer, more lagitamate. This I think comes from avoiding learning God's judgements for law and civics. This MASCULINE doctrine is neglected." HOUSE RULES" get confused with "CIVIL LAW'S".
    the man is as unique as the woman. The woman is unique in that she gives birth but the man is a leader provider.
    The men's ministeries are a real mess Because of all of these truths.

  2. Very good video. Spot on. Cultural Christianity is a big danger. I grew up as a cultural Christian and I didn't have this converting/ born again experience. Just Christian morality and going to church etc. when I got very sick and had to fight for my life I realized that I was on the road to destruction and that I wasn't reborn. I was a cultural Christian. Jesus wasn't my priority but my fleshly live was. Christian moral standards and services was just a lifestyle and how I grew up. I thank God so much that he gave me this 2nd chance and the opportunity to realize this. God bless you all!

  3. I would suggest to address the issue of “Cultural Christianity” by considering the following: born of water and SPIRIT”, (Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit:) for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.

  4. I teach pre teen kids Bible lessons at a couple of local schools.
    This has been good food for thought. I've been prompted to pray about some.. stuff.

    Sad to hear about Rhett and Link.
    They have made some videos for children's ministry that made us laugh and learn bits of the Bible.

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