Thursday, December 17, 2015
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
One of my favorite conservative commentators is Matt Walsh. Take a look at his excellent article, “If Your Church Makes Christianity ‘Cool” and Comfortable You Should Find A New Church.”
The Archbishop of Canterbury just proves what an apostate he is.
Watch out for the teachings of George Elerick. Sounds like he’s been training with Mormons.
Alec has an EXCELLENT exposure of some of the heresies of Rick Warren. And yet Warren is held in high esteem by the majority of Christians — including pastors who should know better. And he continues to join with Rome.
Another episode examining Bill Gothard’s ATI education.
The Museum of Idolatry has posted some new stuff finally, and here are some examples of what is wrong with the Church today:
1. “Wrestling Match, Drag Race or Youth Conference?" Just who are they worshiping?
3. Did Jesus really come to earth to demonstrate the supernatural? Um, no. A perfect example of false teaching at its worst.
6. A pastor goatherd tries to defend his Star Wars nonsense.
Did these articles sadden you? They should, because this is what is invading the REAL Church, totally distorting the Gospel and the whole purpose of the Church, let alone that these things demonstrate the self-focus and charismania that so many “churches” teach.
A very good article about Bible versions, examining the horrid non-translation known as “The Message.” It’s a “MESS” and definitely not a Bible; it is dangerous.
The December issue of The Berean Call has an excellent article about Calvinism, proving it is just Augustinianism and latent Roman Catholicism. Many good questions about how Calvinism doesn’t fit with Biblical teachings.
Wheaton College has some heretics promoting Islam, but I think that is only a symptom that in general the college itself has gone quite liberal.
The ELCA branch of the Lutheran Church apostatized many years ago. There is a site which keeps track of their teaching, and they also have a blog, both sites of which I recommend if you are interested in learning about the ELCA’s apostasy.
Mark Driscoll is such a wolf, sneaking in wherever he can.
Be careful what you share on line. First there is The Piano Guys Christmas promotion of Mormonism, then there’s this video of a woman doing an excellent job of playing the violin followed by what seems to be a great evangelistic message about Jesus - until you realize she’s a Mormon (which the video doesn’t tell you).
Here’s a “newish” cult to be aware of: Wayne Jolley and his “The Gathering International.”
Lastly, I have “A Reference Blog” which I use to gather links to various sites on various topics. I started this blog after having a couple computer crashes and losing all my links. After the first crash I began collecting all my favorite links on a document file so at least I could retrieve the document from backup storage and link from it. But after my last crash, I decided to get my links permanently on line. Oh there are so many!!! It’s taking me a while, and I’ve sort of been doing the blog post as topics in the particular subject come up. While for the present they are mostly links in regards to theological, apologetics, and social issues, they will include aviation topics and such. Anyway, the latest post I made might be of interest to my readers for quick reference links about cults: “Apologetics—Specific Cults” is the title of this post. You might find some of the other posts of interest also.