Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Although I’ve been quite busy with life, I’ve been trying to keep up with my daily reading so as to keep up with all the good and the bad teachings within the Church. This time I’m posting links to a few edifying articles and then the rest are links to items pointing out the need for discernment.
The Gospel of Mark and the deity of Christ.
Who is the fool who denies God?
The Greek word kephale and marriage.
Since Hank Hanegraff, the so-called “Bible Answer Man,” has announced that he is now a member of the Eastern Orthodox Church, it is important to understand that the demonstrates a 100% lack of discernment. The Orthodox Church is, like the Roman Church, a cultic organization with a lot of unbiblical doctrine. I wrote an article about them back in July 2010, which I recommend you review. Answers in Genesis has also posted a review of E.O. teachings to help you understand their unbiblical nature. (The deceitful nature of Hanegraff’s Christian Research Institute — which USED TO BE a good apologetics organization — is demonstrated by the fact that an article condemning the E.O. as unbiblical was removed from their site sometime yesterday; I had the link and was beginning to read it but had to go to a funeral—this morning the link is gone.)
Damning doctrines of the Orthodox Church.
Should we apologize to the Eastern Orthodox Community?
God has a name.
More on Freemasonry.
Watch out for broken wolves.
More proof of the apostate and heretical condition of the Catholic church.
The 100th anniversary of demonic visions at Fatima is celebrated by Rome. Just another example of why Roman Catholicism is NOT true Christianity.
25 reasons why Peter wasn’t the first pope.
Some good information about the Seventh-day Adventist cult and their teaching about the Sabbath and “soul sleep.”
A lot of mighty weird things going on with the Southern Baptist Convention; the apostasy just keeps building.
Steve Bricker has an excellent analysis of a couple of “worship” songs. Now if we could only get our “worship leaders” to do this!l
When you redefine what a missionary is, false teaching results. That’s what Adventures in Missions has done.