Biblical Beliefs Declining

Today’s article comes from Ken Weliever (AKA “The Preacherman”). You can read his blog at


This was Sunday’s headline in the Christian Post:

60% of adults under 40 say Jesus isn’t only way to salvation;
equal to Buddha, Muhammad

In a recent study of so-called “born again Christians” in the US between the ages of 18 and 39, more than 60% said they believed “that Buddha, Muhammad, and Jesus are all valid paths to salvation.”

The same study found that over 30% believed that “Jesus sinned just like other people when He lived on Earth or aren’t sure.”

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