The above video was sent to me by one of my church members with the note: "Wow. I don't know what to make of this."
Well, after watching the video there are a few conclusions that I've categorically made:
(1). This video is being added to a list of reasons for why I am sometimes embarrassed to be known as a
conservative, evangelical Christian Southern Baptist (see UPDATE below).
(2). It's sad that some believers would consider this video to possess even a grain of truth.
(3). I wish the producer of this video, whomever he may be, had spent more time studying spelling in grammar school.
(4). To answer my member, and any other Christian who may wonder, the video wouldn't qualify as scholarship even as a report submitted to a theological diploma mill.
UPDATE: It has come to my attention that the producer of the video is Carl Gallups, the Southern Baptist pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, Florida and a graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (an SBC seminary). The YouTube video website with the church's name in the profile bar is located here. Conservative national talk show host Glenn Beck has featured the video on his television show.
In His Grace,