A “pastor” who affirms homosexuality now believes in polyamory. Once you’ve rebelled against God in regards to what marriage is, then there really is nothing stopping you from affirming any and all perverse unions as being right and proper.
For those “old earth” creationists, here is another reason to believe what the Bible actually says about the days of Genesis 1.
Goatherd Ed Young is playing off the pornographic “Fifty Shades of Gray” with a book titled “Fifty Shades of They,” and apparently will be doing a sermon about it this weekend where he will “baptize” a copy of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” So, will baptizing the book clean it up? The man never seems to be able to pass up a chance to use sex as a subject for his antics.
An interesting article about the violation of the 2nd Commandment by Sarah Young and Ann Voskamp.
Can you believe such false teachings as “90 Minutes in Heaven” is being made into a movie by Family Christian Stores? I have to agree with Erin Benziger when she says “This is such a bad idea. Such a horrible, terrible idea.” Family Christian Stores long ago became minefields of almost every imaginable false teachings, and now will spread such garbage to even larger audiences.
When discussion the issue of same-sex fake marriage the subject of polygamy often comes up. I’ve previously written why God’s view of marriage cannot include polygamy — contrary to Mormon theology. This week I came across this old article from Answers in Genesis which gives another viewpoint confirming God’s intent for one-man/one-woman unions.
Entertainer Katy Perry, who I’ve never bothered to watch or hear, has stated that, just before her Super Bowl performance of a song promoting lesbianism, she actually got a word from God — a direct revelation telling her that her performance was going to be okay.
A friend pointed me to this abomination pretending to be Christian teaching for children. Right off the bat I have to point out that it violates the commandment against making images of God; their “God” looks like Santa Claus. I saw a lot of trivialization of the Christian faith and its teachings; it is nothing more than simplistic religious entertainment. I wonder how many churches, and Christian families, will buy into this?
I wonder if there is a connection between the “GO! Join the Story” reported in the previous paragraph and “The Story” Bible version? It wouldn’t surprise me. I wrote an article about “The Story” three years ago, demonstrating some of the dangers of this version. This month’s issue of The Berean Call newsletter has an article examining more serious problems with this “Bible.”
If you are not knowledgable on what the Jehovah’s Witnesses cult teaches, you may find “Why I’m Not a Jehovah’s Witness” to be a good primer.
Lastly, Andy Stanley has a new book. As with so much of his teaching lately, it is subtly dangerous. However, even more dangerous is his beliefs about how a Christians should respond to being asked to provide services for a fake marriage: Evangelical pastor Andy Stanley leads North Point Ministries, the second largest church in the U.S. He told me he finds it "offensive that Christians would leverage faith to support the Kansas law." He said, "Serving people we don't see eye to eye with is the essence of Christianity. Jesus died for a world with which he didn't see eye to eye. If a bakery doesn't want to sell its products to a gay couple, it's their business. Literally. But leave Jesus out of it.” No, Jesus is very much a part of it. Nowhere in the Bible does He even hint at condoning participating in sinful activities.