Over the years, many have spoken out against Hillsong. The overall assessment I have heard has centered on music issues—specifically their CCM style. Sometimes we critique an area that may be worthy of attention (after all, music is a powerful, important part of worship and worthy of concern), but we can miss the larger picture and the deeper issues. Thus we condemn a ministry for an expression of a deeper issue rather than identifying and separating from the real issue(s).
Really? Reminds me of a sermon I once heard............ it's "the little foxes that spoil the vines". The major issues should be obvious, but the major issues sneak in after the minor ones become accepted just a little at a time.