- A man who denies the Biblical doctrine of the Trinity
- A man who couldn't answer basic Gospel questions posed by Larry King
- A man who thinks that Bill Clinton should be an evangelist, and Hillary should be president, and that people do not need to believe in Christ to be in His body.
Here are the top ten in order:
- T. D. Jakes
- Joel Osteen
- Billy Graham
- Rick Warren
- Bill Hybels
- Paul Crouch
- Joyce Meyer
- President George Bush
- James Dobson
- Chuck Colson
Hugh Hewitt -- who never seems to be very sure as to why he ever left Rome -- is puzzled about the Pope's place on the list. Not why he is listed, but why he is listed so far down the list.
(I'm soliciting alternate subtitles to this entry. If they're clever, I'll add them as updates.)
UPDATE: Joe Carter has a cool breakdown of the list.