should test their products against Scripture. They sell books by men like Hugh Ross, who teach that God looked upon millions of years of death, disease, and suffering, including thorns, and cancer, and called it all "very good", all while denying that there ever was a global flood (denying 2 Peter 3:3-8, and Genesis 7:19-21). "Conservative" churches deny the fundamental doctrines calling them "nonessentials"; expecting students to trust in Jesus, while denying the fall, and then wonder why two thirds of the youth will walk away from the Church. If this "church" in America is not going to take any of what the Bible says about The Fall, Creation, and the Global Flood seriously, then why should the world take any of the rest of what is written in there seriously at all?

 But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good; 22 abstain from every [a]form of evil. 1 Thessalonians 5:21-22

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