I appreciated this analysis about Adventures in Missing the Truth: Campolo and Homosexuality*. Many years ago, our Sunday School class read a book by Tony Campolo and Brian McLaren (noted “emergent” type false teacher) called Adventures in Missing the Point: How the Culture-Controlled Church Neutered the Gospel. Someone picked it as a book that, in theory, would have conservative and Liberal views on various hot topics. The problem was that we didn’t realize Campolo wasn’t really conservative. So the book ended up being a “debate” between a theological Liberal/moderate and a drunk-naked-running-down-the-streets theological Liberal, which meant it wasn’t a debate at all. McLaren was presented as a Christian, even though his core views mock the cross.
Sadly, many in the class liked their views even though, as outlined in the link, the book was a train wreck of unsupported claims, bad logic worse theology. Not one person asked, “So what does the Bible have to say about this?”
Run, don’t walk, from teachers like Campolo and McLaren. Campolo is actually more dangerous because he poses as being orthodox. He also is involved with the “red-letter Christian” movement that ignores a rather obvious point: Jesus is God, and He authored all of scripture.
* It is a 3-part series. The link has them out of order, but you’ll be able to follow it.