Most Christians don't believe in most of the OT? I've never met a single one. But yes, I have read, with much sadness, that Liberal Christian Theology is on the rise, all over the world. Maybe it's just me, but, I can't fathom how someone can call themselves a believer in and follower of Christ, but totally reject anything He ever said about hell, or His Father (being the OT God), His teachings - affirming the relevance and reality of OT Scriptures, etc. It would be like me calling myself a Feminist because I recognize that women are beautiful; while I reject all other Feminist affirmations. Once again, we're staring New Age thinking in the face... this cherry-picking of biblical verses to substantiate one's personal, individual preferences on the character of God. Person A says, "Oh no, God would never do that..." so he/she simply strikes it from the list of credible verses. "My personal Jesus never died on the cross. That's all made up. He walked through India and continued teaching and helping the poor." "Oh yeah? Well my personal Jesus was a big fan of the homosexual lifestyle. And all that stuff He supposedly said about being saved from harsh punishment? All that's made up. Everyone is going to be saved, and there won't be any judgment. My Jesus never said a word about hell, because it doesn't exist!" And so on. What I want to know is, where does it end. Once you reject substantial portions of the bible, you might as well just toss it in the hopper and be done with it. And how can someone claim to believe in Christ Himself, when they reject most of the Holy Book that corroborates His very existence?