Sunday, February 20, 2011

Mohler: Most people do not know enough about Christianity

In Jacksonville, Florida, Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, asked about 1,300 protesters attending an annual Bible conference if it is a pastor's responsibility to "…save his people from ignorance (about the Bible)."

Mohler said that one of the crucial issues in the church today is that many people just do not know enough to be faithful Christians. Consequently, Mohler said this problem can be traced to "nominalism in terms of [the average Christian's] knowledge."

The New York Theological Seminary is an institution dedicated to multiculturalism, diversity, social justice and religious tolerance. The mission of the seminary is to prepare men and women, from every background, for careers in ministry.

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