Some non-Christians I met felt insulted by the idea that they were so bad that they needed someone else to die in their place. I heard others object to the idea of God placing on one man all the sins of the world. They said it was cruel and unjust, forgetting that we're not talking about someone who was just a man, but God Himself who came into this world as the man Christ Jesus. But to my surprise I also heard similar objections from some professing Christians.
Like most of Western academia today, Harvard drinks deeply from the wells of dogmatic pluralism which teaches that anyone who makes exclusive truth-claims must be a hateful person and is therefore to be hated. How could it happen at Harvard, of all places?
Today, I am writing about how to avoid counterfeit Christs. Every cult and false religion has one. How can you make sure you are not tricked by one?
For many, the word "evangelical" has become so identified with conservative social causes that it is as much a political term as a religious one. We have brought this upon ourselves.