Saturday, October 29, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
Ed Stetzer honored heretic C. Peter Wagner! I can’t add to that as a reason to never trust Stetzer for anything to do with theology.
The social justice Jesus is NOT the Jesus of the Bible.
Discernment and Revelation. Excellent article naming lots of those in the Spiritual Formation movement, as well as other practitioners of similar mysticism and those claiming direct revelations from God.
Michael Brown defends the indefensible. As noted in my last RAAH report, Brown cannot be trusted with theology.
Modern Day Montanism. A 52-minute teaching, well worth educating yourself about. He names names!
Be careful about what bands/singers you promote, in whatever way you do it (including social media). They may be teaching Christ from their lips while their hearts are far away from him with their sinful lifestyles which reject Him. (Or, in the case of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. e.g., they worship false gods!)
Church by the Glades continues to prove it is nothing more than a goat-pen led by false teachers. It is difficult for me to believe that these people really think this honors God. (And really, is sitting in old cars for church conducive to thinking about worship or attending a concert/drive-in movie?)
The Roman Catholic Church really needs to get control of their universities! These schools continually violate RCC doctrine and principles, and may as well just call themselves secular institutions.
Rick Warren — need I say more?
More proof that Jen Hatmaker is a false teaching wolf to be avoided. Read the RNS article linked to — if you can stand it.
Apostasy in the Christian Church — good examination of what are necessary beliefs and teachings for the true Christian.
No, it is NOT Jesus calling.
Where does the Catholic Church find biblical authority for this rule?
Cedar Creek in Ohio is just another “church” who seem to think they need a secular concert to start their worship services. Interesting that I couldn’t find any type of doctrinal statement on their site, and they look to my like a bunch of goat-pens.
Well, that’s all for today!