Join Tim and Carlos and Joseph Rios for, what is sure to be a controversial episode, as they take a stand against cultural Christianity and give answers to the youtube video Questions Christians Have for Other Christians. Listen in as Semper Reformanda Radio takes up the defense of Biblical Christianity which may not be popular in some circles today.
We strongly believe that this video, which is extremely popular, is a good representation of professing Christians who almost completely lack discernment. As John Robbins wrote:

The lack of discernment is the lack of wisdom and knowledge. It is an intellectual deficiency. Professed churches and professed Christians lack discernment today because they do not know or believe the truth. They profess to, but they do not. Those who decry the lack of discernment in today’s churches usually fail to attribute that lack to its first cause: the purpose, plan, and providence of God. Further, they fail to indicate how God carries out his plan, how he darkens minds, how he withholds his light and his face. Objectively this darkening is the dearth of preaching and publication of the Word; subjectively it is the rejection of revealed truth, including, at the present time, the revealed truth about logical thought.

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  1. Timothy F. Kauffman 5 years ago

    This is great. Each person in the YouTube video had to take on an *actual* air of moral superiority in order to decry the *appearance* of an air of moral superiority in others.

    One speaker asks why Christians are known more for what they hate than by our acts of love, and the next words out of her mouth describe something she appears to hate, instead of simply displaying an “act of love.” In other words, she is allowed to hate, but cannot stomach the fact that others also have opinions on moral issues, too.

    Another insists that she shouldn’t have to preach all the time to be a good Christian, and then immediately shifts into preaching mode in order to tell us that showing our friends love and grace should be allowed to speak for itself. In other words, she had to preach in order to preach that preaching is not necessary, and she is allowed to preach her convictions, but others should not.

    Then John Crist then complains of how judgmental Christians are for not extending grace and forgiveness and love to others—not realizing that he has withheld grace and forgiveness and love from those who he thinks are guilty of not extending grace and forgiveness and love.

    The next speaker apparently hates the sin of “love the sinner, hate the sin”, even though she clearly hates what she thinks is our sin but (I suppose) “loves” us anyway!

    The next complains that Christians have judged her relationship with God based on a handful of statements—in a video that judges professing Christians…

    …based on a handful of statements.

    The next asks “What makes you decide what makes me a good Christian,” in a video produced by a group of people who have decided that there is a group of Christians who are not very good Christians.

    None of that inherent hypocrisy really jumped out at me until Shaughnessy pointed out that the lady complaining about condescension was extremely condescending in her complaint. The whole video presumes an air of moral authority in order to judge those who (for the most part) defer to the Scriptures as their moral authority.

    Thanks for taking on the video. Looking forward to part two.

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