Saturday, November 5, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
An interesting look at false “spiritual warfare.”
Fred Butler is now tackling heretic Hugh Ross’ book, Navigating Genesis. Looks to be a good series exposing the false teachings of Ross’ ministry.
Jen Hatmaker and her husband are standing firm in their ideology about homosexuality and the Bible — they claim the Bible only addresses homosexual behavior in certain circumstances, which doesn’t include “a life-long monogamous commitment,” which they claim “can be holy before God.” This lie has been propagated over and over by the “gay Christian” cult, and has been prove false by proper hermeneutics ad nauseum. They want to call “holy” what God has called an abomination! This couple are dangerous wolves, and have proven they are not Christians.
Rachel Held Evans, another well-known false teacher, has jumped on the Hatmaker bandwagon supporting them and those who practice homosexual behaviors.
Interesting that the books RHE recommends are all by liberals who reject what the Bible says and twist scripture beyond recognition so as to support what God calls abominable. I’d suggest those who doubt what God says, and who need to learn real hermeneutics, go find these books (for starters) and learn the truth:
The Bible and Homosexual Practice: Texts and Hermeneutics, by Robert A.J. Gagnon;
Straight & Narrow? Compassion & Clarity in the Homosexuality Debate, by Thomas E. Schmidt; Scripture & Homosexuality: Biblical Authority and the Church Today, by Marion L. Soards; The Same Sex Controversy: Defending and Clarifying the Bible’s Message About Homosexuality, by James R. White & Jeffrey D. Niell.
Lifeway has pulled Hatmaker’s books, but this only shows that they have limits to what apostasy and false teachings they will tolerate; after all, they sell tons of material by false teacher Beth Moore and false prophet Sarah Young (among others). As this article points out, Lifeway has no doctrinal guidelines to begin with.
However, this incident also shows another problem with Hillsong — their lead artist says the Hatmaker’s teaching on same-sex fake marriage to be “refreshing”!
Answering the Galileo Myth. Good information for the next time you deal with and atheist claiming the Church has always denied science.
The different gospel of Seth Barnes, head of World Race and Adventures in Missions, is horrid!!!! He is leading many to a false Christ.
Origin of the Emergent Church movement, and it’s prime teachers.
Michael Brown shows lack of discernment as well as personal gullibility.
“Bridal Mysticism” - i.e., “Jesus is my boyfriend” theology. This makes me wonder about Beth Moore’s status; did she ever really know the true Gospel?
Bethel students are so deceived as to think they can heal a man in a wheelchair. This is an example of the harm caused by Bill Johnson and his ilk.
Until next week, keep on discerning!