The Gospel of Selfishness

a snarky take on Christian selfishness.

Oh, Christianity, what has become of you? It’s been some two-thousand years since your beginnings and you’ve strayed so far from your roots. You don’t even look the same anymore.

There’s plenty of blame to be had, but where to begin? We could speak of so many issues like capitalism, materialism, greed, misogyny, racism, or bigotry but those would just be the beginning of a long list. There are so many things that have blown you off course, but one sin seems to pervasively rot your roots and taint your message. The gospel of Jesus has been hijacked. It’s been usurped.

To look at Christianity now, it’s become evident that it’s all about the gospel of selfishness.

Does the church care anymore about being Christlike or is more about winning a culture war? Since when did Jesus’ message of love, hope, compassion, and grace become about control, and grasping for power, and influence? Furthermore, how did anything associated with the servant Jesus become so damn selfish?

Join us today as we begin to scratch the surface of this insidious cancer that moves forward in plain sight. At first, the church seemed to acquiesce it with little changes here and there, but now, they’ve practically rolled out the red carpet to welcome it in. You see selfishness in their mission statements and programs. The sanctuaries are decorated in it. Even the Sunday morning service has now become a full-blown show of self-worship. Sure, Jesus is name-checked for good measure, but don’t be mistaken, the church is all about you.

Don’t believe me? Well, then, join us as we embark on this journey of discovery into the maddening reality that the American Church no longer cares for the ways of Jesus. They’re much more concerned with self-gratification than the ways of Jesus.

Come along for the ride as we skewer through life, culture, and spirituality in the face of a changing world.

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