Thursday, September 15, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
How to Ignore "Discernment Bloggers" and Stay Comfortably Clueless. Need I say more?
Typical worship service at Ed Young’s goat pen. Why do people think this is what church is for?!?!
Jonathan Cahn continues to demonstrate why he has no business being a Bible teacher.
YES — Priscilla Shirer is a bonafide false teacher! There is no debate about it.
Calvary Chapel is going farther and farther into apostasy.
An e-mail from the undiscerning. Some good thoughts about defending the faith — and the need for it.
Gary Gilley’s review of “The Circle Maker” and its false teachings.
The “Code Orange Revival” is in progress, and being a program initiated by Steven Furtick, we can imagine what it is like. Ah, but the doctrines espoused lead to a Bible challenge! This is indeed a gathering of goat-herds. The name for the event is actually quite ironic.
In April I linked to an article by Lyndon Unger beginning a series exposing the false teaching about “generational curses.” Somehow I missed part 2 of the series, and now Lyndon has part 3 posted. The series is well worth reading.
Doubt is NOT a sign of humility and non-judgmentalism; it is a sign of denying the faith.
Sadly, this is what passes for “worship” at too many goat-pens.
Hey Andy Stanley, what about the Bible passage about not suing fellow Christians (1 Cor. 6:1-8)? Oh, wait. I forgot that to Andy the Bible isn’t important.
Ellen White was a false prophet from the beginning, and no matter how close she turned toward orthodoxy it won’t change that fact.
Lastly, Mary Dalke has posted another “chapter” in her series on Roman Catholicism. She’s doing an excellent job with lots of work involved.