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Christian Relativism in the pages of Christianity Today

Much ink has been spilled in the past saying that Christianity Today has moved away from its evangelical roots as founded by Carl Henry. The hatchet job on Al Mohler is one recent example. The content is generally iffy but there is some good material. That’s why the article published today “Why We Opened Our Church to Muslims” is so distressing. In the article, a so-called evangelical pastor of a so-called evangelical-church writes that “who am I to say that they (practicing Muslims) do not worship the one true God according to their understanding?” Well, I would say that because the Bible says that in John 14:6

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

Steve Stone, the author of the article, is flat-out wrong to say that Muslims worship the one true God because the one true God is triune and Muslims do not believe that. He is leading his church down a dangerous path with this false teaching. It is unfortunate that CT gave him a platform for this error and hopefully there will be an appropriately biblical response/rebuke in an upcoming article.