Christianity is under attack from the inside. Christians are leaving the religion because of Christian hypocrisy (http://tinyurl.com/25sr...
Christianity is under attack from the inside. Christians are leaving the religion because of Christian hypocrisy (http://tinyurl.com/25srkpg), Christian intolerance (http://tinyurl.com/2ajzkvn), Christian judgmentalism (http://tinyurl.com/26pgudv), and Christian homophobia (http://tinyurl.com/2fm9c6p). Instead of living their Christian faith genuinely in the world, defectors see superficial Christians (http://tinyurl.com/2g39lrd) who talk the talk but don't walk the walk. Non-Christians don't take them seriously, because they often don't follow their own teaching and preaching, which endangers the effectiveness of Christian evangelism efforts. Outsiders see blatant hypocrisy between Christian beliefs and actions. Non-believers see prideful and self-righteous Christians who act "better" than others and judge others with an attitude of arrogance and intolerance. Homosexuals and people in the gay community feel rejected and condemned as outcasts by the Christian church and its followers. Many in the Christian church today pay little more than lip-service to worship or living a Christian life. The phrase "love your neighbor as yourself" is quickly becoming a phrase no longer associated with the Christian religion. Changing the Face of Christianity Inc(http://tinyurl.com/2avj7qe) is working to save the Christian religion from self-destruction, by helping Christians become more like Jesus Christ. Changing the Face of Christianity has launched a bold awareness and education campaign aimed at existing Christians. Their strategy is to expose the perceptions of non-Christians to those within the Christian faith and encourage and assist them to take personal action to reverse the negative stereotypes. Founder and President R. Brad White says "The Bible tells us that non-believers will always hate us, but not for the reasons they hate us now. Who could hate someone for truly loving their neighbor as themselves? The fact is we don't do a very good job at loving our neighbor."