In a video clip from a sermon, influential megachurch pastor Andy Stanley said gay men and women who remain in the church “have more faith than a lot of you.” The backlash has been swift, but are people misunderstanding his point? And why do some Christians think shifting views on sexuality and gender are the greatest threat to the church, while others believe it’s Christian Nationalism and politics? Who’s right? And what does our view say about us? And a new article explains the rise of Spirit Warriors—the independent Christian “prophets” on YouTube mixing politics and spiritual warfare. Where did they come from, and how much influence do they really have?
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0:00 - Intro
3:46 - Tyre Nichols and tragedies
13:07 - Andy Stanley and threats to the American
34:12 - Faithful Counseling
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35:23 - The rise of spirit warriors
1:01:52 End Credits
Links mentioned in news segment:
“Andy Stanley says gay churchgoers 'have more faith than a lot of you'” https://www.christianpost.com/news/andy-stanley-gay-churchgoers-have-more-faith-than-a-lot-of-you.html
“The Rise of Spirit Warriors on the Christian Right”
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