Thursday, February 4, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
“Churches” are getting more and more bizarre every day.
The cult of homosexuality is invading so many churches, and so many Christians have been brainwashed into the idea of “acceptance,” that too many people have never really been told the truth about what God says about homosexuality. I wrote an article five years ago in which I demonstrated conclusively from Scripture that homosexual behavior is NEVER acceptable to God. Too many Christian leaders, though, are trying to justify this sin when they should be calling for repentance.
More proof of the cultic nature of the Church of Christ.
Chapter 3 Ministries has part 2 of her review of Beth Moore’s September “Living Proof Live Simulcast.” Along with this, Pirate Christian radio analyzes Moore’s teachings, allowing you to actually hear what Beth is saying — and it isn’t pretty!
A good examination of the charismatic “hedge of protection.”
The Jehovah’s Witnesses have always had a very bizarre, aberrational, and heretical view of Creation. Their day=epoch teaching, trying to fit in evolution, is totally unbiblical and scientifically untenable.
Rick Joyner is another false teacher — a ravening wolf in sheep’s clothing — who is really, really dangerous! Just look at the spiritual damage to the people of his “church.”
Here’s an example of why C. Peter Wagner is another false prophet wolf.
I finally finished an arduous job of making A Reference Blog post of Links for Latter-day Saints Research. If you are seeking information on Mormons, go here before Googling. Don’t forget — I also have my own blog exposing Mormonism.
Doug Evans has an excellent article about Roman Catholicism and the road to ecumenicism.
Oh, my! It’s hard to comment on this — a church actually accepted this as a conversion testimony!?!?!?!
If you have not been previously convinced that Steven Furtick is a false teacher, you need to take a look at this evidence.
Pastors, protect the women in your congregation.
Fred Butler continues his review of Which Bible Would Jesus Use?
You shall know them by their fruits. Matthew 7:16, an abused Scripture.
Joel Osteen’s “new age” teachings are in line with many others who seem to think they are God.
Lastly, the Watchman Fellowship has a new profile out on Tibetan Buddhism.