Friday, October 30, 2015
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
Contrary to the teachings of Jonathan Cahn and his ilk, America is NOT the new Israel.
Steve Bricker has a good analysis of a blog post by false teacher Jen Hatmaker. This woman really needs to learn what the Bible says rather than what she wants it to say.
Tim Keller seems to forget that we had a reformation, as he promotes Roman Catholicism. I’d say anyone who promotes the RCC is a false teacher, wouldn’t you?
Roman Catholics really have no right to claim apostolic succession, infallibility of teaching or anything else related to Christianity as long as so many of their private schools promote ungodly teachings. I have posted TOO MANY of these examples on this blog.
Of course the Roman Catholic Church continues to meddle in politics to force the world to accept their social gospel message, this time by supporting the false “climate change” narrative. More proof that the RCC does NOT represent God.
The Greek Orthodox Church is demonstrating their own apostasy
An excellent review of the latest Beth Moore Simulcast event, demonstrating more reasons why Beth Moore is a false teacher who needs to be avoided. This is followed up by a companion article about Beth’s issue of romancing Jesus, along with the whole “Jesus is my boyfriend” theology.
John MacArthur explains why women are not to be teachers or leaders in the assembly.
Way too many “Christians” are looking for a “Donut Church.” Their site really makes some good points about today’s apostate church.
This is what happens when you make a woman a bishop.
A good examination of the problems with the Catholic Mary. Not as detailed as my article on the subject, but certainly a great summation.
A PCUSA heretic, Mark Sandlin, has gotten to the point of virtually worshipping abortion, and lies about what the Bible, early Christians, and even science say about the unborn child. If you have to lie to support your ideology, that should say something about how false it is.
I just this week learned of a new Bible translation, the “Modern English Version.” Supposedly just an update of the KJV with modern English. So what is the point? Another way to make money off of God’s Word? A new “KJV Only” prop? Or developed for a niche group (endorsements seem to be from charismatic people)? And don’t we already have an updated language version of the KJV — the KJVER — for the KJV only folks (although some KJVOs don't like it because it isn't "real" KJV)? Why do we need another translation when we have good, accurate, formal translations already?
Finally, it is really good to hear of a pastor who stands his ground on the Word of God. If only more would do so.