Saturday, August 4, 2018
Good, Bad, and Ugly
It’s been quite a busy time for me, giving me little time for blog work. I’ve had a few piping jobs - and today I will be playing for a funeral an hour away - as well as taking an overnight with my sweetie to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of our wedding. And the yard work never stops calling my name! So here are things I’ve been reading since my last “GBU” post.
“Unconditional Love” is from the psyche field, not from the Bible.
Is Mark’s Gospel an early memoir of the Apostle Peter? YES!
How did Judas die? Biblical contradiction? NO.
The Bad and/or Ugly
Matt Chandler continues to demonstrate his total lack of discernment as he and Francis Chan, another poorly-discerning teacher, join with the false teaching Hillsong and heretical Jesus Culture in a conference — a conference which has nothing to do with the REAL Christian faith. Stay away from the teachings which come from these people.
It is really sad when a Jewish “biblical scholar” decides that Leviticus has been messed with and that it originally approved of homosexual behavior. Of course he has also decided that nothing in the Pentateuch is original.
This says a LOT about this so-called “Christian” conference (“Revoice”).
Robert Gagnon gives his comments on that “Christian” conference (“Revoice”).
An example of the sort of nonsense found at “Revoice.”
Oh boy, another “conference” of false prophets, false apostles, and every other sort of false teacher. Any name you see in these advertisements are people to avoid like the plague.
Steven Furtick seems demonic to me.
Beth Moore’s theology is getting wackier by the day. AVOID HER!
David Barton is a dangerous false teacher. AVOID HIM!
Bethel Redding/Bill Johnson are getting more aberrant and absurd every day. That place is a bastion of every kind of false teaching by FALSE prophets. WARN everyone to avoid that place and their teachings as if their very lives depend upon it.
A “pastor” from a UMC mega-church claims that supporting same-sex fake marriage isn’t incompatible with Christian orthodoxy, that it isn’t heresy. Well, when you say there is such a thing as this fake marriage, then you are saying that God approves of it, which means you are worshipping another God and not the God of the Bible — i.e., you are indeed practicing heresy!
And the Pope again disagrees with God. His excuses for violating Gen.9:6 are just asinine. Hey Mr. Pope — assertions from you don’t trump God’s rules!
No humor for today!