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Pastor Francis Chan warned an audience assembled at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, that too many Christians are ashamed of the gospel and, as a result, are changing their theology.
“We live in a time when Christians are starting to change their theology, because they’re ashamed of the words of Jesus Christ, because it’s not popular,” Chan said during an event called “America’s Tent of Meeting.” “We can busy our lives with good things that aren’t the most important thing, and I feel like there’s a cop-out in Christianity today.”
While he said many Christians are more than willing to participate in good causes such as racial reconciliation and fighting poverty, he said too few people are spreading the gospel.
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