More on Jerry Falwell

It seems that David Cloud and I agree on Jerry Falwell.

David Cloud Writes:

Was the late Jerry Falwell’s (1933-2007) overall influence to the Independent Baptist movement good or bad?

Falwell’s spiritual compromise and error was not late in coming and was not small by any measure. It was evident even by the 1970s that the man had made a 180 degree turn from his earlier stand and that he was determined to conduct a broadly ecumenical ministry. He was doubtless sincere in his desire to “bring America back to God,” but sincerity didn’t keep Moses from being judged by God when he struck the rock instead of speaking to it. “And if a man also strive for masteries, yet is he not crowned, except he strive lawfully” (2 Timothy 2:5).

via Jerry Falwell, Should We Warn or Praise? | People.

It is an excellent article. I highly suggest you read it.

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