Saturday, June 30, 2012
David Platt Still Addressing Controversy Over 'Sinner's Prayer' Remarks
It was a three-minute video clip that was shared across the evangelical community. In it, Pastor David Platt famously called the "sinner's prayer" "superstitious." A few months later, he still finds himself explaining the heart behind that message
"I believe we simply need to be as biblical as possible (2 Timothy 2:15). Do I believe it is 'wrong' for someone to pray a 'prayer of salvation'? Certainly not," Platt maintained in a blog post this week.
The 33-year-old pastor, who leads The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala., sparked debate earlier this year when he told attendees at the Verge Conference that there is "no such superstitious prayer in the New Testament," referring to the popular "sinner's prayer." Read more
David Platt: What I Really Think About the 'Sinner's Prayer,' Conversion, Mission, and Deception
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 12:28 PM