Thank you for that response. I graciously accept the apology.

If my post in any way seemed to imply that I was making a wholesale dismissal of every single individual working for CCC, or making any sort of wholesale dismissal of anyone who associates with it in any way, then I want to state that is not what I meant it to do.

However, knowing the theology and content of what is used in most CCC outreaches (Campus Crusade material, the items that I've mentioned that you use), by and large it is not Reformed theology, not the clear Gospel, that is being taught. I would agree with Joe, who said that there are sincerely Reformed people working there, but they are there to bring a healthy influence to an organization that so often misses the mark (and I'm not implying that the mark is perfection, but rather the Gospel).

You said that you do not choose the materials you use. But I would ask you this: When you do use these materials, do you find yourself violating your own Reformed beliefs? For instance, when you use "Satisfied," do you say, "Wait a minute! No, no, no. There is no such thing as a carnal Christian. There are not three types of people, but two: saved and unsaved. Let me tell you about the Biblical truth called Lordship salvation" Or, when you use Alpha, do you demonstrate the fallacy of its charismatic and emotional teachings? When you use Eldredge's book, do you explain how Eldredge is wrong in severely downplaying sin, among other problems?

True godliness is a sincere feeling which loves God as Father as much as it fears and reverences Him as Lord, embraces His righteousness, and dreads offending Him worse than death~ Calvin