Thursday, January 28, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
It often really gets disheartening to see all the false teachings followed by Christians who refuse to use discernment! Yet here we go with another episode exposing the WOLVES -- false teachers and groups who are leading so many to spiritual dangers.
My first example is Jen Hatmaker, who is just as dangerous as Beth Moore. Avoid her like the plague.
Examining Tommy Tenney’s book, The God Chasers.
Why do the leadership of the United Methodist Church even allow these people to remain as members? If they are sanctioning homosexuality, excommunicate them. Period. This has been a growing apostasy in the UMC and they don’t do a thing to stop it because the are more interested in preaching the false social gospel!
One of the heresies of the United Church of Christ Satan:
Are other religious writings of from God? NO!
Who are the children of God? Not everyone, as the liberal theologians and other religions claim.
Jim Bakker is still a false teacher. Too bad he wasn’t kept in prison.
More on David Barton, who is a favorite with many homeschoolers. He is NOT to be trusted for historical information, and now he even has own show on the heretical Trinity Broadcasting Network. The fact that Barton thinks Mormon Glenn Beck is a Christian says a lot about Barton’s ignorance of history. Even worse is his praying an anointing over Beck! So, along with not being able to trusted with things historical, he also can’t be trusted with things spiritual.
Systematic Deception: Speaking in Tongues. Long article, but worthwhile.
This is what passes for “tongues” and other manifestations of the Holy Spirit in so much of the charismatic world. I’d say these are actually manifestations of demonic spirits.
Along this line, Gary Gilley has a good examination of the Word of Faith cult.
Doug Evans has a short examination of the Disciples of Christ denomination as he exposes “The Christian Left.” The “C Left” say they agree with DoC theology, which is liberal enough for them as they try in vain to maintain their claim to real Christianity.
“Pray for ‘traveling mercies’” is a request which has always driven me crazy. What does it mean?!?! What is a “traveling mercy”?!? Please, Christians, quit using this fad phrase.
I’ve been warning about false teacher Jonathan Cahn for quite some time. He just gets worse.
While cleaning out some files I came across this excellent critique of Rick Warren’s Purpose-Driven Life.
Another reason to avoid Francis Chan’s teachings — he has no discernment.
Charisma magazine has long been known for promoting false teachings of every kind. Now they think Jesus wants to give you golden tickets.
False teachers don’t know what real “church” is for. This is a perfect example of the demonic ideas false teachers come up with. I have to really wonder what sort of “pastor” she was married to.
Lastly for today, Liberty University really should confess that they couldn’t care less about the true Christian faith. They were upset about the professor’s statements about Christianity and Islam worshipping the same God, but they are excited about continually bringing in false teachers of every ilk! HT to Marsha.