Arch heretic Rob Bell just completed his “Everything Is Spiritual Tour.” This guy is a dangerous wolf pretending to be Christian, and yet he continues to sucker believers into believing his tripe.
R.C. Sproul’s ministry has an interesting graphic demonstrating the state of the Church insofar as theological beliefs of the average Christian. Granted, 3000 people is a small survey sample, but in my personal contacts with many, many Christians I tend to find the same things. Sigh.
Paul Young is back. You know, that heretic who wrote that horrid book, “The Shack.” Now he has a new book coming out, “Eve.” As Elizabeth Prata says, “The heresy continues.” I was pointed to another blog article covering Young’s new book as well as his old book, and his teachings in general — and if you have no idea who Young is, then I recommend this article as a good primer!
If you use “Bible Gateway” for quick reference, etc, be very wary of the advertisements which may show up. I received an email this past week alerting me to this site as being advertised there — and this is certainly not something Christians should be fed! I realize that sites which open up to advertising may have little or no control as to what shows up, so you need to be careful on ANY site with advertisements.
The Watchman Fellowship has a new profile out on Hinduism, which you may find useful. They have a lot of good “profiles” on various false teachers and cult, and you can purchase the complete set if desired. Always concise and usually only 3-4 pages.
When I read about this arrest, it didn’t surprise me. False teachers are always trying to fleece the flock!
Excellent article by Albert Mohler in regards to that historic First Baptist Church of Greenville, SC, which decided to apostatize over homosexuality. Somehow they discerned that the Bible is in error.
Marsha West reposted an article from four years ago, and I think she’s right to do so because of the attitude projected by many against apologetics sites like mine. While Tim Challies had a point, he painted with too broad of a brush, as Marsha pointed out.
I do have to say that those who follow my blog KNOW that I don’t only cover the bad (although exposing the wolves is the primary purpose of this blog), but I also provide information to good stuff, post thought-provoking quotes from excellent teachers, etc. And I see the same thing with the many excellent blogs I follow. I know there are indeed “nasty” blogs and sites out there, having come across many, but I think any discerning person will easily discover they are to be avoided.