Monday, October 8, 2012

"Two Rival Religions?



Christianity and Post-Christianity"

Monday, October 8, 2012

In his latest blog article, "Two Rival Religions? Christianity and Post-Christianity," R. Albert Mohler Jr. -- drawing from the work of J. Gresham Machen -- points out the religion-based similarities between Christianity and post-Christian secularism. He argues that post-Christianity, rather than moving beyond Christianity, simply poses a rival religion.

Mohler writes: "The conception of our current cultural conflict as a struggle between two rival religions is instructive and humbling. At the political level, this assessment should serve as a warning that our current ideological divides are not likely to disappear anytime soon. At the far deeper level of theological analysis, this argument serves to remind Christians that evangelism remains central to our mission and purpose. Those who aim at the merely political are missing the forest for the trees, and confusing the temporal for the eternal"

Read the full article at albertmohler.com

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