Now, I don't read much of anything that comes out of the Contemporary Christian Community, so I have no idea how "on the money" the post is when it comes to a particular ministry's/magazine's response to external criticism. So I can't speak to the validity of the post's final jabs at Christianity Today. But the tone of the fictitious comments rang true: Christian's today--myself too often included--fall off one side or the other as we pursue our pet ideas rather than Christ.
May we, as Christians today, learn to properly balance the message of the Gospel--sin and grace--so that we live in such a way that we accept right teaching and reject the wrong.
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