Church Plant Meets for Beer in a Bar, Plans to Name it Pub Church

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This is not a fake news article. This church plant plans to meet in a bar on Thursday nights for “bible and beer.” The Lutheran church is a blatant example of what the Bible describes is swaying to and fro by every wind of doctrine (Ephesians 4:14).

“We’re going to have something called Pub Church,” John Knutson, a Colorado pastor exclaims, “we’re going to have beer and have church at the same time…” The pastor will be joining others at the Broken Plow Brewery. “We live in a changing culture and if the culture changes the church has to change as well,” Knutson says.

According to Scripture, God does not change, nor do his statutes, and the Church is under no obligation to shift with the culture.

For I the Lord do not change…

Malachi 3:6
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