Tuesday, June 27, 2006

An example of being "all things to all men"?

OK, I will agree that most seeker-sensitivity fans would probably not condone this type of trash, which Al Mohler has raised some questions about, as written in this Slice of Laodicea post, but isn't this what their seeker-sensitivity philosophy leads them to? If the goal is to win souls, and every soul is priceless (Mk. 8: 36-37), and the Apostle Paul even say that it is worthwhile to be accursed and thrown into hell in order to save many souls (Rom. 9:3-4), and of course he himself told us to be "All things to all people so that by all means I [Paul] might save some" (1 Cor. 9:22b), doesn't this mean that as long as souls are saved, we can and in fact must do anything and everything possible to save them, including such ministries? Never mind about being holy!... < heavy with sarcasm >

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