Six Counterfeit Gospels

Andy Naselli —  April 1, 2011 — 2 Comments

This chart summarizes the six “counterfeit gospels” that Trevin Wax refutes in Counterfeit Gospels: Rediscovering the Good News in a World of False Hope (Chicago: Moody, 2011), 210:

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2 responses to Six Counterfeit Gospels

  1. Richard Winston April 1, 2011 at 9:46 am

    Great chart. I think Fundamentlists struggle the most with the final error, Churchless (and I speak as a fundamentalist). Agree or disagree?

  2. Richard,

    Although I have certainly seen a growth in the “churchless” error (especially here in Florida it seems like), my experience growing up in fundamentalism was much more of the “moralistic” variety. Although they would affirm with their lips a faith in Christ, they seemed to look more to their own ability to keep the standards of the community for their hope for eternity. It could just be that we come from two totally different places and from different ages.

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