From his rant ....
> “The Internet has given atheists, agnostics, skeptics, the people who like to destroy everything that you and I believe, the almost equal access to your kids as your youth pastor and you have.
Thank God! Christian opinions can now be debated in the public sphere without the possibility of being burnt at the stake for being a heretic.
> While 51 percent of evangelical Christians did not believe in absolute truth in an earlier survey, the percentage escalated to 62 in 1994. In 1999, it jumped to 78 percent.
There may be hope in Fundyland yet.
> less than four percent of evangelical born-again Christians believed the Bible was infallible in every situation, and 63 percent of them believed He is “a” Son of God and not “the” Son of God, he added.
So much for the man-made dogma of the trinity.
> the abundance of knowledge, the abundance of information, will not lead to certainty; it will lead to pervasive skepticism.
If Christians had scientific empirical proof of what they claim is "Christian certainty" then people would embrace it. "The problem is that "Christian certainty" is no more than subjective opinion.
> the Internet has leveled the playing field
Finally! Praise the Lord!
> The Internet is weakening Christian witness
The paedophilia, TV evangelist scandals and creationist pseudo-science claims haven't help much either.
> Christians, he urged, needed to understand the time, quoting 1 Chronicles 12:32
Bible verses cure everything in Fundyland.