Friday, November 25, 2016
Random Aberrations, Apostasies, and Heresies
We often shop at Hobby Lobby for various craft items. Hobby Lobby is owned by a supposed Christian family, but I have noticed over the years that Hobby Lobby is right there with Family Christian Stores when it comes to propagating heresy and false teachings of every sort. Books they sell right up by the checkouts are about fake heaven visits, the “Jesus Calling” fraud, books by Beth Moore, T.D. Jakes, et al. I’ve yet to see anything in their book racks which is orthodox and edifying. To retailers, even those who claim the name of Christ, money seems to be more important than defending the faith. Sad.
Speaking false teachers: NAR false prophet Shawn Bolz is going after children to brainwash them into his cultic ideology.
And speaking of the NAR, are there really apostles today and is there a need? Absolutely NOT! Here is a good study of the claims and a rebuttal to them.
The Assemblies of God denomination seems to be heading in a downward spiral to totally apostasy.
Testimony exposing the behavior of Clayton Jennings. Followed by another one. Why he should NEVER be considered for any ministry.
I’ve said many times that sports has become the American idol.
And we think some of the false teachers in OUR country do foolish, dangerous, and insane things!
Beth Moore and Hillsong join forces; two aberrant and heretical peas in a pod.
Just as Jesus told us would happen, many false christs have come.
I’m sorry, Ebony, but this woman shouldn’t have been a pastor to start with. Judging her sin is exactly what Christians are supposed to do.
What Bill Gothard and his followers still don’t get about grace.
Mennoknight has posted the last episode in his series on “Generational Curses.”
What you don’t know about the Salvation Army is that they are a weird cult preaching the social gospel at your expense. I am looking forward to part 2. (Note — a major part of the problem this author has with S.A. is that they aren’t Calvinists; I agree with S.A. on this point.)
Moralistic Therapeutic Deism — a major religion claiming to be Christian.