McDowell: Web Porn Worse Threat than Gay Marriage
Christian author Josh McDowell says Internet pornography is undermining the Church more than external threats, such as same-sex marriage.
McDowell, 75, warns that addiction to pornography is destroying pastors, church members and their marriages.
Meanwhile, he adds laws that declare traditional beliefs "bigoted" may actually help Christian families stand out more and present a positive example to their neighbors.
McDowell's warnings come with the release of his latest book, God-Breathed.
In it, he makes the case that the Bible is God's truth, and that applying it to life and relationships can give people "victory, even in the area of pornography."
"Each book, each page and each paragraph of Scripture was written through the lens of its human spokesmen, yet it still communicates the exact message God wants us to receive," McDowell said.
"His God-breathed words were supernaturally guided through his selected human instruments so that his truth would be vivid and relevant to our lives," he continued. "With God as the author and men as the writers, the sixty-six books of the Bible can rightly be called the Word of God."