While their views are not uncommon among those who profess to know God these days, they should still be exposed for their false teaching and called out as per;
Ephesians 5:11 "And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them."
With that in mind I thought this quote might be useful for anyone who is as confused as those from Mars Hill blog:
"The preaching and teaching of a false prophet does not emphasize repentance in any real sense. It has a very wide gate leading to salvation and a very broad way leading to heaven. You need not feel much of your own sinfulness; you need not be aware of the blackness of your own heart.
You just “decide for Christ” and you rush in with the crowd, and your name is put down, and is one of the large number of ‘decisions’ reported by the press. It is entirely unlike the evangelism of the Puritans and of John Wesley, George Whitefield and others, which led men to be terrified of the judgment of God, and to have an agony of soul sometimes for days and weeks and months.