There are two totally different camps within American Christianity. In the first camp, there are pastors who aspire to "have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them" (Eph 5:11), while in the second camp, there are pastors who aspire for "cool," wear tattoos, and evade any questions on the sinfulness of sin. In the first camp, we have people who are striving to "flee sexual immorality" (1 Cor 6:18), while in the second camp, we have people who are willing to read books and go watch movies such as Fifty Shades of Grey (pure pornography) on the grounds of "Christian liberty." In the first camp, we have people who believe we ought to watch our lives and doctrine closely, because if we persevere in right teaching, we will save both ourselves and our hearers (1 Tim 4:16), while in the second camp we have people who are willing to forgo sound doctrine for musical goosebumps and a crowd gathered for a rock concert-type experience. The lines could not be clearer—yet strangely, for the superficial Christian, the lines are hard to find.