Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Good, Bad, and Ugly
We NEED to “name names” of false teachers. Period.
Why do the Gospels and Josephus contradict each other about John the Baptist?
Can a false teacher heal you?
“Leopard Theology” exposed.
A good book review about a book by an author of whom I’ve never heard: Ryan Lokkesmoe. His book is really, really poor and full of false teachings. It’s one you can definitely skip.
During our home-schooling days in the early- and mid-1990s, we attended conferences at which material from Bill Gothard was displayed for sale. Just skimming over the material we decided there was nothing interesting about it and passed it by. In 1999 we began attending an assembly where the local Gothard representative attended, and we quickly learned something was amiss with that group. For more information I contacted the Christian Research Institute (by phone in those days) but they never reported on his teachings; they did, however, know of a group that did—Midwest Christian Outreach in the Chicago area. After contacting MCO I received a packet which provided me a wealth of information proving the horrid nature of Gothard’s teachings. When I brought this information before the leadership they immediately placed a ban on any further recruiting for Gothard’s programs. In 2002, while attending our first apologetics conference, we met Don Veinot of MCO, and he was one on the plenary speakers. He spoke of a book being released by MCO that year, “A Matter Of Basic Principles: Bill Gothard & the Christian Life.” Not only did I buy a copy, but after I read it I began ordering them by the case and giving them to pastors of many of the churches in town as well as everyone we knew who home-schooled. Gothard’s teachings are still out there harming hundreds, if not thousands, of people. Here is an excellent review of this book, for perhaps whetting your appetite to purchase a copy. Spread the word.
Ever hear of Levi Lusko? Neither had I until this article — another false teacher to avoid.
The ignorance and dangerous ideology of Bethel Redding “pastor” Kris Vallotton.
Tim Keller is descending more and more into apostasy.
The Pope is dangerous with his socialist, multi-cultural ideology. Muslim “migrants” are barbarian, anti-God invaders to Europe. Joseph and Mary were not dangerous to anyone, and worshiped God.
Bizarre NAR activities at Bethel Redding. That place is NOT Christian
Kris Vallotton of Bethel Redding is a blatant false teacher — really. The heresy at Bethel gets deeper as a children’s “pastor” teaches telepathy.
Too many “churches” are doing just like this apostate one — kowtowing to Muslims.
Charismatics and “Heaven” Tourism. Some of the worst kind of frauds.