Homosexual activists who also claim to be Christians continue to lie about what Bible teaches in regards to homosexuality, which often leads weak/immature Christians astray. One of their attacks is the Bible’s interpretation of the Greek word, “arsenokoites.” I actually addressed the origin and meaning of this word in a previous article. This article does a good job responding to arguments about the word. Great information for your apologetics file in regard to the cult of homosexuality.
The pope continues promoting Roman Catholic supporters of homosexuality. I just see this as more proof that he never speaks for God.
I have often said that those “Christians” who promote homosexuality and same-sex fake marriage are preaching another gospel and worshiping another Christ. One particular blog-trolling false teacher who is 100% behind fake marriage just rails when you suggest he is preaching false gospels and false Christs. Denny Burk has an excellent article where he cites an Orthodox priest saying essentially the same thing I’ve been saying.
So what excuse can Willow Creek have for engaging an open homosexual, who is an advocate for the homosexual agenda, as a worship leader?!? He claims to be celibate, but then that would mean he isn’t a homosexual, because a homosexual is one who is practicing the behavior; otherwise he is just a man struggling with homosexual desires. (A thief is no longer a thief if he no longer steals.) Willow Creek has been in the apostasy of market-driven philosophy for decades. Now they say their “gay” worship leader is “held to the same standards that we have for everyone in our church.” Obviously those standards don’t include not being allowed to advocate for false teachers.
Speaking of the market-driven/seeker-sensitive heresy, Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church is seeking $71million for another expansion! I guess he needs a larger goat pen.
A great article about Creflo Dollar’s new expensive jet.
A thought-provoking article about who restrains the Holy Spirit.
OH NO! Another Roma Downey show to promote more of her false teachings. The comment section on the article is also quite interesting.
A blogger recently emailed me this link to a very well done article in regards to one of my blog posts about the Sabbath. He is an ex-Seventh-day Adventist.
I never realized just how widespread some of Bill Gothard’s teachings have reached. One particular insidious teaching is the claim that Christians have no rights. I was directed to an excellent article examining the foolishness of such a claim, and the dangers this teaching presents.
So, knowing the great harm brought into the Church by false teachers, should we love them?