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November 10, 2018 7:00 pm
I never have believed that this young millennial generation of pastors, many of them all, but many of them never have believed they really had a true commitment to sound doctrine and the reason I didn't believe it is because they didn't have a robust biblical doctrine of sanctification will many of them like the idea of the sovereignty of God that, module concept and they like the idea of the security of the believer, because now they like making their stay forever not to lose your salvation. They like the gospel. They even like the idea of the… Of imputed righteousness because they know their sinful, but what has been missing and what I've been calling for four decades is where is this solid reformed doctrine of holiness and sanctification. It's not there, and as a result of that when they changed the world. They become overwhelmed by the world and what happened. I think what you had all these guys like Jim Boyce and Archie my good friend and myself and a lot of other guys in the early years of reformed theology. They were the trustees of this doctrine and over time it got handed to millennial and I got handed to them and that you know they said they believed in it, but without robust commitment to the doctrine of sanctification, and secondly, a doctrine of ecclesiology. The true understanding of the church. They tampered with that theology and they mixed what they had of reformed theology. They mixed it in their pragmatism. They put a little reformed theology in the glass and stirred in their pragmatism and they got a hybrid that we see help happening now which is theologically confused, socially confused, doctrinally confused and that's why I wrote the book on the church needing to repent. We hope you gained from the short take of the Christian rules radio program to hear the full program and further connect with this ministry go to the Christian world you.org I'm David Wheaton