Doctrinal Illiteracy

Most Americans, and Many Christians, Don’t Believe the Son of God Existed Before the Manger

"A new study from Lifeway Research finds close to 3 in 4 Americans believe Jesus was born in Bethlehem more than 2,000 years ago. Even more say Jesus is the son of God the Father, but less than half believe Jesus existed prior to being born on that first Christmas." - CToday

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The Dog Ate My Doctrine: Leaving No Place in Our Pews for Theological Laziness

"The latest research reveals several doctrines evangelicals get wrong including the alarming fact that nearly two-thirds of respondents (65%) say Jesus is the first and greatest being created by God....some churchgoers are either misinformed or lazy when it comes to their theology—being easily swayed from sound doctrine by doctrine that only sounds correct." - F&T

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Hillsong’s Marty Sampson Says He’s Losing His Faith and He’s Not Bothered

"One of Hillsong United’s original band members, Marty Sampson, has announced he is no longer a Christian....  he mentions preachers falling, the dearth of miracles we see happen, the Bible being full of contradictions, and the seeming dissonance between an unconditionally loving God who sends people to eternal damnation." - Church Leaders

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