When Martin Luther launched the Reformation by posting of his 95 Theses Against the Sale of Indulgences on October 31, 1517 the recently invented printing press became the tool of the Reformation. Both sides of the conflict, the Reformers and the orthodox Roman Catholics, claimed to be on the side of truth. It was the power of the free, unfettered flow of information through print media that allowed the Reformation to spread.
In the same manner, any reform or gospel resurgence in our modern day will be facilitated by the internet. Whereas some Christians would desire to separate and isolate over doctrinal minutiae, when Christians are able to visually see the differences between the actual implementation of the various interpretations regarding tertiary doctrines, a tipping point for one side over the other may very well be reached. One such example is offered below through a couple of videos sent to me by Jack Beavers. The first video portrays the story of a female associate pastor who preaches the gospel at her church in Mississippi. Compare her humility, faithfulness and gentle spirit with the pastor in the next video who describes in graphic detail his view that all the problems we face in the world are caused by men acting like women. In this case, we might all agree that the male in the second video might want to act more like the woman in the first video. The kingdom of Christ would be better for it.