Monday, July 30, 2012

Will the NAE Change Its Ways?

"When we face difficult problems, we can choose to follow the world's prescription, or God's. If the NAE speaks with worldly wisdom in the name of evangelicals, it undermines pastors, parents, and young adults striving to do what's right. The Holy Spirit is real and can change people: Giving in to the contraceptive lobby is like saying the Holy Spirit is powerless to help us obey God." (Marvin Olasky)

Here's the latest on the National Association of Evangelicals' immoral connection with a group that promotes "contraceptive" use among the non-married -- including drugs and devices that are abortifacient. But though the story explains that the NAE may break from this group, it also shows that it wasn't because NAE leaders saw the light on the matter…but rather because they felt the heat.

Therefore, as I have done for years (see previous Vital Signs Blog posts dealing the the NAE such as 1, 2, 3, and 4), I continue to urge my fellow evangelicals to stop supporting the NAE. Get your denominations and individual churches out of this increasing heterodox and left-leaning organization.