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A cautionary look at 10 dangerously appealing half-truths.

Not long ago, I came across a list of 10 principles set forth by proponents of progressive Christianity. They are, in effect, a new 10 commandments. What’s striking is that they are far less about God revealing his desires and far more about man expressing his own - less Moses, more Oprah.

Yet each of these commandments is partially true. Indeed, that is what makes this list, and progressive Christianity as a whole, so challenging. Half-truths can sound quite appealing until you recognize their foundations and implications. In this booklet, I diagnose and critique each of these tenets and offer a brief biblical and theological response.

Liberal Christianity never really goes away. If the church is going to hold fast to “the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude Three), we must, in every era, be able to distinguish the true faith from the false.

©2019 Michael J. Kruger (P)2020 Two Words Publishing LLC

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  • 06-09-20

A must read

Michael kruger exposes the cancer of "progressive" Christianity in a short but powerful critique of "progressive" Christianities primarily tenants of belief. When finished, you are left with the desire that he had expanded further - always an indication that the book was enjoyable.