The Spiritual and Moral Bankruptcy of Progressive Christianity

Michael Brown writes about his experience with progressive pastor, John Pavlovitz. He then gives a number of other examples and discusses how void of any substance the progressive arguments are.

The Spiritual and Moral Bankruptcy of Progressive Christianity


Published by Haden Clark

Haden lives in North Texas with his wife, daughter, and three dogs.

2 thoughts on “The Spiritual and Moral Bankruptcy of Progressive Christianity

  1. Progressive Christianity is a feel-good noun for Liberal Theology and the safe-church, safe Christianity, which is so mindbending attractive to “Carnal Christianity” as the Apostle referred to (1Cor. 3), carnal because they had not yet allowed the Holy Spirit to control their lives, but continued in the flesh, the fallen sinful human nature, (depraved nature), today what Paul was referring to has evolved in its appetites, one such appetite is the overwhelming desire to be liked by the world we live and work in. It is an oppressive fear of rejection and an overwhelming fear of ridicule by the heathen liberal culture. Many of the liberal theologies have taken the inerrancy – infallibility, and authority of the Bible from their statements of faith. and ridiculed Bible-believing solid Christians as “worshipping the Bible, more than Jesus”. “Progressive Christianity,” in my opinion is less than Christian. General Motors manufactures Chevrolet and Cadillac but a Chevy is not a Cadi, just General Motors automobile. Humans were Created by one living God, there are many religions but only one Biblical Christianity.


  2. Reminds me of 2 Timothy 3:5, but context around it describe the Progressive philosophy of ” having a form of godliness but denying it’s power.” Sounds like they are denying the power of God to change lives!


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