Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
A year-and-a-half ago I wrote an article about Finis Dake and his “study” Bible and how much of his teachings were heresy. This week I was directed to this link which has some more exposing of Dake’s false teaching.
Warning signs of the invasion of the New Apostolic Reformation.
Seeing the names in the lineup for “Together 2016” just frustrates me that some usually solid teachers are joining with the Pope, Hillsong, and all sorts of false teachers in the ecumenical nonsensical meeting. Seeking a 1-world religion? Oh, and aren’t you just ecstatic to know that false teacher Ann Voskamp will be there?
With this history of helping pagan religions, why is Russell Moore still in office?!?
These people worship “another Jesus,” and not the Jesus of the Bible. This is not only blasphemy, it is downright disgusting.
Midwest Christian Outreach posted a video of Victori Osteen making this heretical statement: “Jesus was man until God touched him and put the Spirit of the living God on the inside of him.” Victoria is just as much of a heretic as her husband, Joel. Both worship another Jesus than the one of the Bible.
What about our “relationship” with Jesus? God?
The Southern Baptist Convention is losing lots of members, most likely do to their seeker-sensitive/market-driven mentality, as well as their promotion of false teachers.
Some facts about Paul and Jan Crouch and their heresy network, TBN. They were nothing but wolves slaughtering the sheep. Always use discernment when reading on-line “Christian” news.
D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones vs Beth Moore on the same Bible passage.
More information about “The Shack”. Kent Hovind’s endorsement is another reason why Hovind should be avoided. The claims of “The Shack” just being a novel and not theology are inane, because the whole book teaches theology — pure heresy.
This may be satire, but it is really true of too many sermons.
Finally, it’s difficult to believe that this is just satire.