Biggest churches push 'superficial Christianity,' 'phonies' now being exposed: John MacArthur
Some of America's biggest churches support a culture of corrupt, â€śsuperficial Christianityâ€ť and made a lot of money doing it but the internet is now making it harder for â€śphoniesâ€ť to survive, Pastor John MacArthur recently said.
Speaking at the pulpit of Grace Community Church in California for the first time after a brief absence during which some speculated he may have been ill, MacArthur suggested that the pandemic combined with the technological shift in ministry has led to a â€śsifting and shifting.â€ť
â€śWe had for decades, people trying to create a cultural Christianity that would appeal to nonbelievers, that was accepting of immorality, accepting of homosexuality, accepting of racial hatred. There was a kind of superficial, shallow Christianity that watered down the Gospel, didnâ€™t talk about sin, tried to have a positive message. And it was very successful. And I get it because I fought that...