Owen Stachan is not some unknown stranger in the theological world. He is all too well known!
My concerns are not about his beliefs or positions but more about how many others follow and hold to the same theological positions he espouses.
And this theological position is not some strange and aberrant stance; it is also typical of those who park out around the same Calvinistic campfires. The stance that — it is all or nothing when it comes to sanctification.
There is little to no room for anything less than total devotion, spiritual growth, and/or change. 
I would suggest that the Lord’s own disciples were embarrassed over the Lord’s teachings; at times, they exhibited a lack of love for some of the truths He taught and hesitated in believing all that He taught — as have a wide variety of the many saints of Scripture (that are even identified) — Jonah, Lot, Samson, David, Abraham, Peter, Thomas, Nathaniel, et al.
These kinds of statements  and theological ideologies produce sermons that shake people’s faith in their salvation and constantly make people feel that they will never measure up to living out their lives as believers.
As some responded (and many in a similar manner) . . . .
“Christian, do not make your subjective experience with the Bible the grounds for your assurance. Jesus has already understood, loved and obeyed every word of Scripture on your behalf, and He is patient with us as He renews our minds through the Spirit.”
“Yes. The only thing I can see this tweet producing is hypocrisy, as people scramble to convince themselves that they love the Bible as much as they should so that they can feel a sense of assurance. None of do. We’re still in the flesh.”
There is nothing the Lord did not know about you
when He saved you.
1. What are the implications of this statement for those who do not take the position of “literal 24-hour day” creation and opt for the position of theistic evolution or even evolution?
2. Recently, another well-known pastor remarked that . . . . “I am not sure one is a Christian if they do not regularly attend church — I’m not saying they aren’t, but I am just not certain.” This is the same type of Calvinistic / New Calvinism
If we all read the same books,
we will all think the same thoughts.
That also explains some of how we got here!