Progressive Christianity Defined

At its core, “progressive Christianity” is a shift away from the traditional teachings of Scripture and the church in favor of a feel-good faith that has “progressed” to fit the evolving desires of the culture today. The result is a faith untethered from its roots; a growing number of discouraged individuals who undergo some kind of “deconstruction;” and a subjective, preference-based approach to the central tenets of Christianity such as the Bible, the cross, and the Gospel.