1. Over the last
fifty or so years, the institutions of
mass media have created celebrity leaders among the
2. The celebrity
leaders have appeared to be heroes of the faith, but then
gradually moved toward compromise and yoking with Roman Catholicism and
other of the world’s religions.
Evangelicals have grown more and more accustomed to following
celebrities as gurus, their
emotional attachment to these leaders has become more
important to them than their commitment to the Bible as the standard of
truth in following Jesus Christ.
compromise with unbiblical messages and methods becomes the
Evangelical’s goal so that they do not have to stand against their
5. Professing Evangelical Christians end up
straining at the gnats of being “tolerant” and being
“positive” and being “inclusive” and being part of the “emerging church”
and swallowing the camels of the false
gospel of works, and salvation through the sacramentalism of the Roman
Catholic institution, and the gradualism that leads to the Tower of
Babel vision of global unity.