One sad thing about modern Christianity is the widespread practice of fast-food theology: our tendency to cherry-pick Bible teachings that we like while ignoring the ones we’re not comfortable with.
In ages past, Christians had to swallow the entire gospel, including the difficult teachings on obedience and personal holiness. Today, many people don’t even care what these things are. As long as the church is cool enough and comfortable enough, they can’t be bothered with Christianity that requires brain energy and personal commitment.
We have become a generation of do-it-yourself Christians, endlessly customizing the gospel to suit our whims.