In July, Joshua Harris, the author of the best-selling—and controversial—book, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, as well as former pastor, publicly announced he no longer considers himself a Christian and now is a vocal supporter of the LGBTQ movement.
In August, Hillsong United worship leader Marty Sampson publicly admitted he is “genuinely losing his faith” after struggling with questions about God’s goodness.
Serious questions about faith are nothing new. But publicly proclaiming them to a worldwide audience is new! These influential voices feel it’s their obligation to struggle online. Here’s why I think that’s spiritually dangerous,