Author Archive | Amy Spreeman

Spit out the bones

Of bones and bathwater

You’ve no doubt heard the sayings, “eat the meat and spit out the bones,” and, “don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater.” These are interesting metaphors for how we as Christians should somehow accept truth with just a tiny little lie baked in. As if there is such a thing. There isn’t. Truth with […]

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Eastern Orthodox

What is Eastern Orthodoxy?

What is the Eastern Orthodox faith all about, and is it biblical? I remember a few years back when Hank Hanegraaf, the nationally syndicated host of the radio talk show program Bible Answer Man, was fired from his radio network after his conversion to Eastern Orthodoxy. When we examine what he converted to, some red […]

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AGTV Trailer

Breaking the “theological bricks” and unlearning lies

Jesse Westwood is a 3 year alumni of Bethel Church in Redding California, attended Bill Johnson’s mystical Bethel School of Super Natural Ministry, and has since walked away from the Charismatic Church. I first met Jesse last summer, as we were recording several segments about the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), with Pastor Chris Rosebrough and […]

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Rick Warren 3 women

Saddleback’s Rick Warren appoints 3 women pastors

In open rebellion of Scripture (1 Timothy 2:12) and defiance of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), founder and longtime leader of Saddleback “Church” Rick Warren, announced last week that he has ordained three “female pastors.” Via Saddleback Church’s Facebook Page: “Yesterday was a historic night for Saddleback Church in many ways! We ordained our first […]

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Revoice Conference 2018

Revoice: Normalizing homosexuality in the church

“Revoice exists to support and encourage Christians who are sexual minorities so they can flourish in historic Christian traditions.” That from the St. Louis, Missouri organization that started in 2018 to assist homosexuals who consider themselves Christian to be accepted into mainstream church communities. At its first conference, 400 people from 42 states and 6 […]

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