How Paganism and Easy Believism Have Infiltrated The Christian Church

When Jesus walked the lands of Israel 2000 years ago, his primary opponents came from the leading religious leaders of his day, the Sadducees, and the Pharisees.

How Paganism and Easy Believism Have Infiltrated The Christian Church

When Jesus walked the lands of Israel 2000 years ago, his primary opponents came from the leading religious leaders of his day, the Sadducees, and the Pharisees. Should it surprise us that history is repeating itself, and that the modern-day Christian church struggles in the errors of the religious educated? It shouldn't. We have added traditions onto God's will for his church from the first century, and the church of New Testament Acts. As an active church goer for over 50 years, I keep wondering if I am the only one who notices the adulteration of the church today with secularism. Many church traditions are pagan in origin. Paganism is secularism; meaning without God. Note that just because we use some traditions based on paganism doesn't make us pagans, but it can creep in and compromise us. "Easy believism" or "easier-to-believism" is prevalent in today's Christian church movement. It endeavors to make Christianity and the Gospel "palatable" to the American population (by the pragmatic, new or "neo-evangelism"). The pastors of many thousands of Christian churches are typically dedicated people of faith and integrity. However, beware- the "new evangelism" philosophy which some espouse may lead to shallow conversions to Christianity. Many "easier-to-believers" think they are Christians, but they were possibly never "saved" in the first place. They "become" Christians and then they place the "pursuit of holiness" on the back burner.

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How Paganism and Easy Believism Have Infiltrated The Christian Church
Language: en
Pages: 54
Authors: Robert M Gullberg
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-15 - Publisher: Independently Published

When Jesus walked the lands of Israel 2000 years ago, his primary opponents came from the leading religious leaders of his day, the Sadducees, and the Pharisees. Should it surprise us that history is repeating itself, and that the modern-day Christian church struggles in the errors of the religious educated?