Saturday, April 30, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
It has been a very hectic week for me, with half my time being elsewhere but home. When I have been home, before the rain hit the last couple days, I’ve been spending lots of time in the yard doing “spring cleaning” and helping my wife get the gardens in shape and new trees planted, etc. Then I’ve also been involved with internet discussions with a Jehovah’s Witness and an atheist. I really have some drafts of articles started that sometime I want to get finished and posted, and I also want to get more time on another chapter review of “New Age Bible Versions.” Until such time, I will continue to post citations I find worthwhile for provoking thought! For now, here is another episode of “RAAH.”
Andy Stanley has again demonstrated that he is NOT qualified to be a pastor.
Another Methodist “pastor” “weds” a same-sex couple. Oh, the “pastor” is a woman. If history is any example for us, the UMC will not discipline this woman.
IHOP’s Catholic connection.
Continuationism is not a non-essential doctrinal issue — Part 2.
“Church by the Glades” has no idea what worship of God is. Do they ever have anything there besides entertainment?
Just over 5 years ago I wrote an article about the false nature of the so-called “generational curses.” Well, Mennoknight is now doing series about the topic, and here is part one.
The whole idea of “vision casting” is unbiblical nonsense, which is why so many mega-church “pastors” like it. The leaders of LifeWay Research, as well as SBC president Ronnie Floyd, are staunch proponents of this ideology.
New Apostolic Reformation: The apostles who don’t do anything.
WOW!! Just WOW! Talk about false teaching!!!!
So is the Gospel Coalition heading towards affirming perverse sexual desires?
Bono is a favorite “Christian” singer. But is he really Christian? He doesn’t appear to be. Yet he’s held up as a model. The article also gives some good information about Eugene Peterson — another one to avoid.
The Clear Word “Bible” was developed for the Seventh-day Adventist cult, so it is rife with adjustments and additions to fit their theology. Here’s what it does to the Atonement.
False teacher Bill Hybels and Popeye.
Justin Peters has an excellent examination of “The Message” non-Bible.
Let’s lighten up now with some good satire. The Babylon Bee takes on T.D. Jakes. Then they nail the modern “cool worship leaders”. I had a good chuckle to see the swipe taken at the “wildly unbiblical” book, “Wild at Heart.” If you are as tired of the “Footprint in the Sand” story as I am, then you’ll enjoy this one. Jen Hatmaker didn’t get left out either. Finally, the foolishness of Richard Dawkins is tackled.