By TylerR Dec 21 2017 PreachingMillennialsDoug Wilson: Those who wear soft clothing and who speak soft words are found in king’s palaces . . . and in the mouth of modern evangelicalism. And so it is that a gospel preached by snowflakes is incapable of offering snowflakes what they so desperately need—which is to get over themselves. 972 reads There are 2 Comments Amen. I have had people Paul Henebury - Thu, 12/21/2017 - 7:22pm Amen. I have had people leave and have been criticized for my "negative" preaching. The thing is, I always preach sin as the context for the hope that God gives! Dr. Paul Henebury I am Founder of Telos Ministries, and Senior Pastor at Agape Bible Church in N. Ca. Yes TylerR - Fri, 12/22/2017 - 10:56am Cultures are different. In the Olympia, WA area, Christians are very touchy-feely. They want to emphasize love more than holiness. They're anxious to round the edges off a condemnation of sin, for fear it'll make them seem "mean." When you think back to seminary, and the discussions of "what is God's most fundamental attribute" (if there is such a thing!), these people would answer "love - times infinity." They're so anxious to emphasize love they downplay sin, rebellion, and the consequences. I didn't see that so much in the Midwest. Tyler Robbins is a pastor at Sleater-Kinney Road Baptist, in Olympia, WA, and an Investigations Manager with the State of Washington. He blogs as the Eccentric Fundamentalist.