Next up, Rick Warren. This guy is more and more an embarrassment to the true Church, as he gets more and more politically involved while compromising the faith he claims to believe. He joins with a popular homosexual activist entertainer urging the government to continue funding AIDS research—meaning to keep spending millions of dollars of tax money to find a solution to a problem which is easily solved by practicing sexual morality! Warren is very involved with the social gospel, yet he doesn’t realize that the money spent for AIDS research (which should be a private enterprise) could be better spent helping people truly in need! But what is really sickening, and violating Ephesians 5:4 while holding hands with Elton John and joking about kissing him!
I am one who never got in to the whole National Day of Prayer silliness for several reasons, the main one of which is ecumenicalism—any religious belief is welcomed to participate, no matter what sort of god they pray to. The fact that it is a law to set a day aside for prayer makes it more useless due to its political reasons. Randy White sums up my sentiments very well.
Here’s a good article about why women should not be preaching in the assembly.
More in-depth examination of that heretical PCUSA “pastor” who praises the work of Planned Parenthood. The man is a pawn of Satan. As the author of the article says at the end, “Truly, it is baffling to comprehend how any person of reasonable sanity and intelligence can call the taking of lives a ministry of resurrection. But that is just what Kukla is preaching from his pastoral pulpit.”
A good video about the problem with CCM’s “Jesus is my boyfriend” songs.
Andy Stanley— this man really has serious problems as a preacher. He think expository teaching is “easy and cheating.” ?!?! Yep, that’s what he says. So what is his belief? “All Scripture is equally inspired, but not all Scripture is equally applicable or relevant to every stage of life. My challenge is to read culture and to read an audience and ask: What is the felt need? Or perhaps what is more important, what is an unfelt need they need to feel that I can address?” Did you get that? Don’t read the Bible, read the culture. Help the people with their “felt needs.”
Charismatic Paula White violates Scripture by putting herself up as a “pastor.” Of course she’s a false teacher so that really just adds insult to injury. However, she can’t even meet ANY requirements for being a pastor, especially since she’s had three spouses. But WAIT— she just married again. I wonder how she can explain not stepping down yet?
Answers in Genesis has posted their review of the latest episode of “A.D.”
The epidemic of narcigesis has infected so many of the popular teachers that one wonders if it will ever be cured.
Finally, here is an example of what churches should not do. I wonder why they don’t have a sign saying “Fornicators Must Repent or Go to Hell”?