The recent Pew research religious survey and study found that 72% of American's identify themselves as Christians and yet 64% of them say that "many religions and paths can lead to God and salvation". So less than 35 % of identified Christians believe that faith in Jesus Christ alone is the only way to eternal life and a right relationship with God! One of the core and foundational beliefs of Christianity and only 3 out of 10 Christians hold it as a conviction? So who gets to decide what it means to be a Christian? Join as we examine the Rise of a Cultural Christianity in America that has a "form of godliness but denies the power of God". Why is this happening and growing and what can the church do to change direction?