Neo-Evangelicalism Print
Friday, 29 April 2011 14:17

Many Christians may not know this word.  Neo-Evangelicalism is basically a movement that started with a group of younger generations that disliked the old-fashioned practices of Bible-believing Baptists.  In order to make church more interesting, they began to introduce popular music, permit styles of dressing, and preach on the love of God.  These eventually made them compromise with the world and neglect sound doctrine.  Pastors started to call themselves "Non-denominational" in order to gather multitudes of people into their services.  Today, the result turns out with flourishing mega churches led by ministers like Rick Warren, Joel Osteen, Robert Schuler, and Bill Hybels.  However, the spiritual result is that the devil succeeded to get his worldly system into thousands of United Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Non-denominational, Pentecostal, and even Baptist churches.  This study will analyze their worldly practices with the answers of the holy scriptures.




First Session:  Worldly Music



Second SessionWorldly Dressing and Preaching

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