Saturday, January 26, 2008

Born Again Relativism

"To illustrate, only 9 percent of those self-identifying as "born-again Christians" even hold a biblical worldview, according to respected Christian pollster George Barna, whose organization has been tracking believers for over two decades. Almost half of "born-agains" – 45 percent – teach their children there are no absolute values.
"You might expect that parents who are born-again Christians would take a different approach to raising their children than did parents who have not committed their life to Christ, but that was rarely the case," Barna said.
In fact, reported the pollster: "For years we have reported research findings showing that born-again adults think and behave very much like everyone else. It often seems that their faith makes very little difference in their life."

Worldnetdaily.com, January 18, 2008

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Samuel Skinner
Why the heck do religious people embrace relativism? It is like a humanist embracing nihilism.

Ayrshire said...

So the born again are just as prone to being hypocrites as anyone else then? Well there's a surprise!