Thursday, January 7, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
I wasn’t a bit surprised to learn that Rome was considering “sainthood” for “Mother Teresa,” even thought it is really doubtful she was a true Christian. Over the years I have read much of the universalism she taught, and wondered why she was never condemned for it by Rome. Ah, but doncha know her good works saved her?
This review of “War Room” is easier on the movie than others I posted, but he does demonstrate real concern for the spiritual warfare taught.
IHOP had their annual circus this past weekend. How very sad that these young people think they have to go to IHOP to “encounter” God and get their “spiritual highs” among the “worshiptainment” they will find there. HT to Erin.
InterVarsity has decided to join the LEFTISTS with supporting the racist, socialist “gospel” of the Black Lives Matter. God sees all lives mattering, but not BLM — they denounce you for saying “all lives matter.” The racists have been demonstrated to be on the side of the blacks overall, much more so than with those with lighter skins; BLM is NOT the route to “racial reconciliation.”
The slippery slope of liberal Christianity.
Six reasons not to follow Christine Caine. You only need one— she’s a heretic.
Tell the person next to you, “F-You!”?!?! I have to agree with the Museum of Idolatry’s commentary.
No matter what they say, there is no such thing as “Holy Yoga.” Yoga is a Hindu religious practice, totally incompatible with Christianity.
Lots of false prophets with lots of false prophecies for 2016.
Mary Dalke has an outstanding, well researched post about the descent of Moody Radio into all things New Age. Sad to hear this, since for the 17 years we lived in the Chicago area we found Moody Radio to be a great source of good teaching.
Final Chapter about Bill Gothard’s ATI.
What’s wrong with The Passion Translation? LOTS!!!
Larycia Hawkins can’t understand why Wheaton college would fire her just for saying Muslims and Christians worship the same God?!? She said “Wheaton College cannot scare me into walking away from the truth (that) all humans — Muslims, the vulnerable, the oppressed of any ilk – are all my sisters and brothers, and I am called by Jesus to walk with them.” Um, NO! They are not all brothers and sisters if they are unbelievers (John 8:41-47). Hawkins teaches that the unholy god of Islam is the same as the Holy God of Christianity — this cannot be allowed to take place in a Christian college.
“Several religious leaders, including the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Ahmed Rehab of CAIR Chicago, the local chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, expressed their support for Hawkins.” Religious leaders they may be, but neither one is a Christian, so their opposition to Wheaton’s actions has no value.
Finally, it’s really saddening when you can’t trust Ravi Zacharias to be discerning. If he isn’t able to personally discern where he is erring in supporting false teaching, how can we trust him in general?