I read some good information about the “Insider Movement.” If your church is into missions, it is important for you to keep a wary eye out for IM invading.
Not to be outdone by the Holy Spirit movie, there is also a movie coming out about the Exodus from Egypt. Yep, another movie to totally misrepresent the Bible.
And while we are looking at movies/books, how about another review of “Heaven is For Real”?
For those who study Mormonism, The Book of Abraham should be familiar to you. For those who don’t study Mormonism, it will be new to you. The BOA was supposedly translated by Joseph Smith from an Egyptian funeral document that came into his hands. Of course the man couldn’t read Egyptian, but no one questioned him because he said his “gift” of translation was from God. Since the original parchment was found back in 1966, the Mormons have come up with lots of excuses as to why the document doesn’t read as Smith claimed. They’ve recently came up with another defense of the document - a defense that doesn’t hold water. Mormon Coffee addresses the issue.
As you’ve probably noticed, if you look at my blog often enough, that I’m slowly working my way through reviewing Gail Riplinger’s “New Age Bible Versions,” and demolishing her claims. I was pointed to another site last week, and this site also has some examinations of Riplinger’s claims, providing more proof of Riplinger being a false teacher, although his arguments are primarily in defense of the NKJV while exposing the KJVO nonsense.
Erin tells us about a woman who let Jesus take the wheel of her car - in her imagination, anyway.
Lastly, an article at Sola Sisters address problems with the book, “Healing Oils of the Bible.” There sure are some wacky authors out there!