As Christians, we are taught throughout Scripture to be loving, patient, kind, and humble. Does this translate into also being politically correct? In my opinion, no. We live in a culture adulterated with false teachings even by some claiming to be Christians.
By the title you might assume I’m against megachurches, I’m not. God often blesses a work, and a church grows, but there is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Some megachurches are doctrinally sound, filled with excitement and expectations, while others have a mere motivational speaker leading them away from theological depth and width.
Question: If you believe in the traditional Judeo-Christian sex ethic – that no one should have sex apart from the bonds of holy matrimony (between a man and a woman) – should you be disqualified from making a presentation at a college campus?
I saw an ad recently for the new television program of Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame. It airs on CRTV (the same network Mark Levin and Michele Malkin appear on). It’s called “in the Woods with Phil,” and he’s “declaring open season on political correctness.”