Steve Clifford responds to Steve Chalke


Steve [Chalke’s] approach to biblical interpretation allows for a god in the likeness of 21st century Western-European mindsets. His call for “Christ-like inclusion” is not radical enough in its inclusiveness. We all come to the gospel in our brokenness, with an attachment to things, self-centeredness, addictions, fears and pride. We all need a saviour in every area of our lives, including our sexuality. We all live with pain. The radical inclusiveness of the gospel means we are all welcomed. In a wonderful grace-filled process we find repentance and forgiveness and Christ commits himself through the work of the Holy Spirit to bring transformation to our lives – a life-long process. 

Steve Clifford
Evangelical Alliance

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Biblically faithful, gospel centred, graced filled. Well done Steve Clifford.

One Comment

  1. Posted 11 February, 2013 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

    I don’t think that quote, on it’s own, does justice to what Steve Clifford actually says, as a long time friend of Steve Chalk.
    I recommend everyone should reads his whole statement by clicking on ‘more’ above.

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