The Washington Post is quite effectively exposing Evangelicalism's dirty laundry and soft underbelly. Fresh off it's coverage of the Ergun Caner debacle, we now learn that evangelical best-seller Wild at Heart (advocating for "muscular Christianity") has become a recruitment and training tool for a drug cartel.
You just can't make this stuff up.
Eldredge is delighted. He hopes his book brings change to the cult. Clearly, the power of the gospel is capable of such change. Perhaps a reader can speak to the presence and clarity of the gospel in the book. I'm wholly unaware.
And here's Phil Johnson's critique of the muscular Christianity mindset, with particular attention to WaH.