Monthly Archives: November 2014

BETH MOORE, FALSE TEACHER, WANTS SCRIPTURE AND EXPERIENCE! GOD’S WORD IS JUST TOO INSUFFICIENT FOR BETH!

Source: http://www.donotbesurprised.com/2014/11/beth-moore-wants-scripture-experience.html?m=1 Nearly three years ago, popular SBC Bible teacher Beth Moore said that she “had no idea that if you felt God had spoken something specific to you, you’d be labeled a mystic.” Source Now once again Moore shares … Continue reading

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KJV and Orthodoxy

Originally posted on The Reformed Reader:
Unfortunately, some Christians view Bible translation preference and use as a test of orthodoxy.  Probably the most notable example is the KJV-Only view.  Years ago I met a person who doubted someone could “get…

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Bethel Church’s “Apostle” Bill Johnson: A comedy of errors, Part 2 (By Marsha West)

Source: http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/mwest/141106 Marsha West November 6, 2014 Before I report on Apostle Bill’s endeavor to involve his followers in his “grave sucking,” undertaking, I must tell you a brief story that involves an angel, a gift, and slaying a dragon. … Continue reading

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PREACHING REPENTANCE

Source: http://sermons.worldchallenge.org/en/node/26634 by David Wilkerson What was the first message Jesus delivered after He emerged from the temptation in the wilderness? Scripture says, “From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is … Continue reading

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The Unbiblical (and Common!) Way to Handle Reports of Abuse in the Church

Originally posted on The Reformed Reader:
In their helpful book on abuse in the church, Jeff Crippen and Anna Wood give an outline of what typically (and sadly!) happens when a victim goes to her pastor for help.  In other…

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Can salvation be lost?

Courtesy of: http://blogos.org/gotquestions/salvation-lost.php By S. Michael Houdmann, Got Questions Ministries It continues to blow my mind how many Christians believe salvation can be lost. What surprises me even more is the vehemence with which people will cling to the idea. … Continue reading

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