Friday, March 25, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
Mark Driscoll, who is definitely disqualified from being a pastor, is holding his first service in his new church on Easter. Driscoll claims: “God is planting The Trinity Church and we are following his leadership. God has a plan that has been 50 years in the making.” Yea, right. Now this charlatan false teacher has direct communication with God. I don’t think so.
Concerns about AWANA.
This satire article perfectly describes the market-driven church.
The Church by the Glades has done it again — made a mockery of worship. They just continue to feed the itching ears.
A good report on heretic Todd Bentley. His conversion story sounds more like demons at work than the Holy Spirit, especially when you consider his history ever since!
An interesting connection between Charles Finney’s teachings and the seeker-sensitive movement.
There are not greater things than Scripture.
Why Seventh-day Adventists don’t celebrate Easter — another example of the difference between the SDA Jesus and the real Jesus of the Bible.
Another episode of Fred’s review of “Which Bible Would Jesus Use?”
Perry Noble continues to prove what a wolf he is. In fact, he daily sounds more and more liked a Word of Faith heretic. How many times must we remind Christians that we DO NOT TITHE. We were never commanded to do so.
The article about Perry Noble has links to another of his ilk — a new name to add to the wolf list. His name is Tavner Smith. Read the other articles linked to and you will see just how dangerous this man is.
Ah, the need to be “relevant”! You know a church has gone apostate when they do this. and, yes, this is a real “church” in Tampa, FL. They even have a staff member titled “Creative Pastor”! If you want some real head-shaking, look at their beliefs and what they value. And yet they claim God called them to this ministry!
Some “concerns” about Steven Furtick — REALLY!!! Well, I’d call them more than “concerns” — they are evidence against him! Furtick is one solidly false teacher.
A good article by Gary Gilley explaining how we need to build up the Body.
Christians should be alert to the cult of Armstrongism. Although the Worldwide Church of God itself has changed to orthodoxy, the followers of Armstrong’s teachings are still out there propagating them.
As if Sarah Young’s “Jesus Calling” books and junk weren’t bad enough, now there is a “Jesus Calling Devotional Bible”! Thomas Nelson Publishers will publish any heresy which enriches them. H/T Marsha West.
That’s it for today — a lot of things to be discerning about. Have a blessed Easter celebrating the resurrection of our Lord.