Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
The Southern Baptist Convention certainly no longer represents Biblical Christianity. Look at this post also.
I mean, just what is it with SBC “pastors”?!?! Or the SBC in general?
I don’t know about you, but I consider this to be apostasy. Especially since SBC President Steve Gaines sanctions the Seventh-Day Adventist cult! But then you have to remember that this guy twists Scripture like Benny Hinn, claiming that Christians are obligated to tithe or suffer the consequences.
C.Peter Wagner desperately holds on to his “7 Mountain Mandate” for the NAR.
Jen Hatmaker continues to prove what a horrid false teacher she is; she panders to liberal claims and causes.
Theonomists/Restorationists have really gone out of their way time to misrepresent Biblical teachings. Gee, what’s new for this ilk?
WOW - another false prophetess—Vonda Brewer. What is wrong with people who refuse to use their brain while they follow this tripe!!!
The POPE has decreed that most marriages are “religiously null.” Hmm. I’d say he’s in disagreement with God. Of course being in disagreement with God is normal for Popes.
Christian “gag rags” — I heartily agree.
The “Serpent Seed of Satan” is one of the worst teachings to come down the pike, and it has been spread for a long time.
The Christian Missionary Alliance has a false teacher coddling to Islam. Can you just see Paul telling the Romans to be sure to give the pagans a “beautiful evening” while hosting their dinner celebrating the worship of their own gods just to “build bridges”? I can’t.
I covered the issue of this Bible in a previous “RAAH” post a while back. However, I think this article will remind people of just how cultic the NAR is.
Beth Moore complains about being exposed as a false teacher. Hey Beth — if it is true, it isn’t “slander.”
Charismatic Bullying From the Pulpit. I’ve been on the receiving end of this stuff.