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THE MOVE TO ‘REPEAL AND REPLACE’ CHRISTIANITY by Linda Harvey

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The Nashville Statement has some virulent critics who have made it plain they want to wipe out sound sexual morality in favor of “LGBT” permissiveness.

Or maybe, wipe out Christianity altogether.

We know, of course, God’s true church will never vanish. But that doesn’t prevent some rebels from hoping to repeal and replace authentic Christian belief with a cheap neo-pagan knock-off, hoping to fool as many as possible.

And this “repeal and replace” has dire consequences for eternal health.

The Nashville Statement’s apostate critics are drawing out the long knives.

Recently, many of us read and signed on to this biblically affirming declaration of God’s standards for sexuality, marriage and gender. A group of influential pastors and Christian leaders developed this beautifully written, doctrinally sound document.

But religious liberals are furious, and quickly issued anti-Christian, anti-biblical, sin-embracing responses. Father, forgive them. They know not what they do.

One statement is “Christians United,” but this sentiment bears no resemblance to Christianity. Instead, it erects a new god, constructs a new religion and rejects the revelation of the Almighty.

This audacity of tripe is not just intellectually empty and childishly selfish, it’s blatant idolatry and should make all believers profoundly sad.

But “LGBT” defiance within Christian circles is unfortunately alive and well. And they admit within this apostate declaration that they have indeed invented a new religion. Here’s how it’s phrased:

“Christians United stands as a faithful witness that a new day is dawning in Christianity, a day in which the Church of Jesus Christ repents of its sin of exclusion, and swings open it’s [sic] doors to welcome all of God’s diverse children.”

A “new day is dawning” because the Word of God is old news, insufficient, even evil. Or, as some churches are fond of stating, “God is still speaking.”

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