Thursday, March 3, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
Where did this nonsense about “Love Offerings” come from?!?! I’m really tired of this phrase, and while looking for some reason behind it, I came across this article by another person tired of this phrase. (Some really judgmental comments on this post surprised me.
Biologos is now promoting not only evolution, but also outright heresy.
Testing your charismatic experience against the Word of God.
Christianity Today Astray has crossed the lines of decency. They long ago crossed the line into paganism and false teachings, but they aren’t even decent about it any more.
More Patricia King lying nonsense. Why oh why does anyone listen to here?!??!
Just as bad is Heidi Baker - again. How in the world do these people get where they are?!?! (I’m still trying to figure out just what an “oily life” is - what the heck does it mean?!?!)
Spiritual Gift tests are bogus. They are nothing more than copying the idea of
Beth Moore—high school girl.
Via Doug Evans I learned this week that Greg Laurie is now on the heretic TV station TBN. As I said last time, he is sliding into apostasy for popularity. Read Doug’s article for more information about Greg.
Another horrid “Christian” movie coming soon will be sure to sell out many theaters, and the associated marketing of books, journals, study guides, etc, will overtake the “Christian” book stores minefields. “The Young Messiah” claims to be biblical, but since we know virtually nothing biblically about that period of Jesus’ life it has to be all made up out of peoples’ apostate minds. Of course it is IMMEDIATELY unbiblical by making Jesus’ brothers and sisters to be his cousins, because that is the Romanist teaching in order to keep Mary a perpetual virgin — a totally unbiblical concept. The actor portraying “Jesus” looks very girly - about as feminine as it gets. The list of apostates and heretics promoting it doesn’t surprise me. Save your money. (Here’s another good review.)
The “apocalypse” examined by a host of false prophets just demonstrates the mess that can happen when one leaves Scripture behind.
Speaking of false prophets, Doug Evans has an excellent article starting off a series on the New Apostolic Reformation. These guys are dangerous.
The Mark Driscoll plot thickens.
More deceit in the Mormon church - fake reviews of the Book of Mormon.
Some good information via video on another cult, the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The Cripplegate is analyzing Rick Warren’s Celebrate Recovery program. You can pretty much assume that, coming from Warren & Co., it will be unbiblical psychobabble. Part 1 is here, part 2 is here. (Just be careful of the TULIPs in this review.)
Mary Dalke has a very thorough post examining Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling book, with good warnings against it. The post also addresses ecumenicism.