It is a bit of a side-track, but I think …

Comment on Adventist Review: Pastors Who Don’t Believe by Gary Gibson.

It is a bit of a side-track, but I think the point is the prevalence of apostacy in many quarters. I am close friend with the Methodist pastor in our community who has been influenced by the “Jesus Seminar” to downplay the miracles of the gospels. My religion professor at Andrews University taught that Moses made up “Thus saith the Lord” to control the people. At my conservative niece’s wedding in Nevada last year, the Adventist pastor hounded me about believing in the Spirit of Prophecy. He said the church wouldn’t fire him before he retired. But for every one who doesn’t believe, God has 7,000 who are faithful to His truth. It is time to draw warmth from others coldness and strength from their weakness.

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