As a further indication of just how low the standard of American Christianity is sinking to Apprising Ministries provides the following from self-described emerging leader Nathan Neighbour whose pastor just happens to be lead singer pastor, cultural architect and distinguished futurist Erwin McManus of Mosaic.

Now Neighbour has said he doesn’t know what a futurist is. He should ask his pastor because it is McManus who bills himself as such. From the comments section of this hate site consistently attacking the Biblical Christian faith just look at the disgusting drivel passing as culturally relevant “Christianity” today:

Comment from nathan
Time: October 8, 2007, 10:33 am

When I was a youth pastor, I always told my kids that if the bible was ever to be turned into a good movie, it would have to be at least R-rated. I think (mainly thru bible colleges and seminaries – I have been to both) we tame down the scriptures to suit a congregation that really doesn’t live in the real world.

The other day I did a talk on loving those who are different than us. One of our more “sheltered” ladies in the church came up to me and said “I homeschool my kids so they don’t have to hear words like ‘gay’ or ‘homosexual’” I think most of Christianity is “home schooled” so they [note: he doesn’t include himself in “Christianity”] don’t have to hear the reality of the scriptures or the reality of life.

David had crazy bathtub sex with Bathsheba

Apparently the Israelites needed laws about not sleeping with animals to keep them from doing such.

A man in Corinth is sleeping with him mother (gross)

And now here’s Neighbour’s pastor Erwin McManus on Christianity:

My goal is to destroy Christianity as a world religion and be a recatalyst for the movement of Jesus Christ,” McManus, author of a new book called “The Barbarian Way,” said in a telephone interview.

“Some people are upset with me because it sounds like I’m anti-Christian. I think they might be rightthe greatest enemy to the movement of Jesus Christ is ‘Christianity.’
(Online source, emphasis added)