September 22, 2009

Life in Post-Denominational America

Denominations are shrinking in America, with more and more people defining themselves as "Nones."  These "Nones" are people who hold no religious affiliation.  Though they grew up attending various denominations, by the time they become adults, doctrinal faith has no part in their lives.  On today's show, Dr. Mohler points out the importance of denominational distinctives, all faithfully holding to the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Christians should think through their convictions and commit to a body of believers that holds tightly to the truths they believe.


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