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    These modern churches with all the superstar performers are not preaching the gospel.

    Updated: April 13, 2019 at 1:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    These pagan churches are parasites…..

    In their 2008 book Pagan Christianity, authors Frank Viola and George Barna present the surprising origins of many of the practices commonly found in churches today. The authors of Pagan Christianity claim that many common church practices / traditions actually have their roots in paganism (non-Christian religions), not in the Bible. But is it accurate to claim that the practices of modern Christianity are pagan? Is what typically occurs in a church supported by what the Bible teaches about the church?

    SINCE WHEN HAS GOD NEEDED CONCERTS AND LIGHT SHOWS TO WIN THE LOST?

    Truth is they aren’t converting many to the true gospel, but instead making millions of false converts.

    These modern churches with all the superstar performers are not preaching the gospel. 
    They are luring by entertainment. 
    The music attracts carnal people that for the most part want to stay in the world. 

    They aren’t filling up arenas from preaching the gospel of Christ-you know—the one that convicts you of your terrible sins and tells you to repent and take up your cross-THAT GOSPEL IS THE TRUE GOSPEL.
    No, they are capturing an audience by being like the world. 
    The CCM music is what gets them in. You got to ask yourself- why are carnal, worldly people attracted to CCM? And why do they keep coming back for more?
    It’s not for

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