We who preach the gospel must not think of ourselves as public relations agents sent to establish good will between Christ and the world. We must not imagine ourselves commissioned to make Christ acceptable to big business, the press, the world of sports or modern education. We are not diplomats but prophets, and our message is not a compromise but an ultimatum. A.W. Tozer
Therefore let God-inspired Scripture decide between us; and on whichever side be found doctrines in harmony with the word of God, in favor of that side will be cast the vote of truth. --Basil of Caesarea
Once you learn to discern, there's no going back. You will begin to spot the lie everywhere it appears.

I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because He considered me faithful, putting me into service. 1 Timothy 1:12

Friday, June 21, 2019

More Wolves and False Teachings

Yes, here is another episode alerting you to some of the more public wolves seeking Christians — and especially non-believers — to devour. Beware of the danger.

Francis Chan continues his spiral into total apostasy.

So if one has the audacity to expose Beth Moore’s false teachings, they are assaulting her and are guilty of cyberbullying! Ah, but Beth continues her bizarre spiraling into apostasy.

I’ve often said that Beth Moore followers behave as a cult — here’s more proof of that! SBC leader Russell Moore defends her to the mat.

An interesting open letter to Beth Moore. I’m looking forward to her response.

Bethel Redding and its sister churches can’t get much worse.

Get MOPS out of your church and quit associating with them. They have gone over “to the dark side.”  Read this for a followup.

Catholics are part of the problem with the destruction of our culture.  Really, they are.
And they also have someone who thinks the Mormon President is a prophet of God!

OH, and here is another Catholic school promoting what God finds abhorrent.

Kenneth Copeland — Wolf extraordinaire.  Jesse Duplantis is a partner in crime.

Just in case you need more proof that the Episcopal Church is completely apostate.

Thabiti Anyabwile — I really think he doesn’t know the Lord.

Another false prophet, Mark Taylor, making a profit off of gullible people who are looking for something from God.  Proving himself a wolf, he claims if you call him a false prophet you will incur God’s wrath!

Beware of Tullian Tchividjian — he’s a snarling wolf looking for people to devour.

Until next time, keep alert to the hungry wolves.


Anonymous said...

I am a former Southern Baptist who converted to Catholicism. Most of my refutes in the past were secondhand information that was so full of errors. But there is a huge difference of what the Catholic Church actually teaches vs what non-Catholics say the Church teaches. As for what I would refute now if I was a Protestant, I would probably use the corruption card. But to be honest I am not the least surprised because Catholics do more to turn people away from Catholicism than anything else. But any great institution has that percentage that is rotten, and Christianity had that even back when Jesus chose 12 apostles and one of them was Judas. The NT Church in Scripture was riddled with bad apples, so it does not surprise me that the Church has maintained that percentage, given that the devil attacks the Church from within. Show me ANY organization and I will show you a percentage with it that's weeds among the flowers.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


As a former Southern Baptist you obviously missed solid teachings about the Bible and Roman Catholicism or you would never have joined that apostate and heretical man-made belief system.
Nor would your "refutes" had been full of errors.

Roman Catholicism is nothing BUT bad apples. Don't try to excuse it away.

Anonymous said...

Hi Glenn,

Nothing in this roundup was surprising. "But evil men and impostors will proceed from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived." 2 Tim 3:13

However, unlike you and many, I am not waiting on BMs response to the open letter. I guess I just see the issue quite differently.


Glenn E. Chatfield said...


I was looking for Beth Moore's response out of curiosity as to how she's going to go about it. Didn't have to wait long: check out this obfuscation:

Anonymous said...

Please pray that the Lord would grant clarity, charity, and courage to these men (Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant) so that their work will benefit the whole Church and glorify the Gospel of our Lord. Please pray also that this controversy does not distract us from the Gospel of grace. In my opinion, we are not likely soon to get to the bottom of the controversy with definitive statements that will easily identify all errors. Leaders on all sides of the issue are extremely articulate, Biblically intentioned, and highly unlikely to state anything that (without being caricatured) can readily be identified as outside Biblical orthodoxy. The consequence is that pastors, professors, and students can become preoccupied with debate – making faith an expression of cerebral competition and intellectual arrogance rather than heart engagement and spiritual dependence. If our ministries only become battlegrounds for sacramental correctness rather than instruments for promoting the Gospel of grace, then we and the Church will have lost much. We all must pray earnestly for the work of the Spirit in our hearts to help us determine whether our efforts are turning the Church toward ever-greater introspection and isolation, or whether we are preparing the Church for Gospel-true priorities and progress. Each must examine his own heart to ask if what he is doing and teaching is creating greater love for Jesus that liberates the soul to serve Him, or is binding God’s people to standards of ecclesiastical correctness rooted in our own doctrinal insecurities and preferences.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

Anonymous, 3:26PM

One of the MOST IMPORTANT missions of the church is to protect the sheep from the wolves. It is imperative that we expose false teachings/teachers to keep the sheep from being led astray. So correct doctrine must be promoted. It has nothing to do with "our own doctrinal insecurities." Read the N.T. and see how often Jesus, Paul, Peter, Jude, et al exposed, and warned about, false teachers. Real love for the flock will do that.

Paul G said...

Hi Glenn, I fully agree with you about all those false teachers.
But I don’t think that there would be any sheep following the Wolf Shepard, (on your post picture) :-)
Jesus said, “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they listen to Me; and I give eternal life to them, and they will never perish; and no one will snatch them out of my hand (John 10:27-28).

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


I followed wolves for a couple years when I was a Mormon.

Paul G said...

Yes, only for two years and then you heard the voice of the good shepherd Jesus Christ saying, ‘come you Glenn out of her and be separate, lest you partake of her sins’.

Remember, the Lord Jesus called you out by your name :-) and not the others, the goats.
Goats are born goats, and sheep are born sheep.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...


That's my point. There are many sheep sitting under these clowns because they haven't yet listened to the truth of the Lord's calling.