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Should Christians listen to “Reckless Love”?

Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley received the following questions from a visitor to her blog: Should Christians listen to the song Reckless Love? Should churches use this song in their worship services or other activities? Aren’t songs like this OK if they point people to Jesus and the lyrics don’t blatantly contradict Scripture? Good […]

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God’s Not Like “Whatever, Dude,” About The Way He’s Approached in Worship

Is God sitting up in heaven saying “Cool! Whatever y’all want to do in the name of worship is just fine and dandy with Me. You do you,” as some Christians seem to think? Um….no. God clearly lays out in Scripture how His people are to worship Him. Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle […]

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Invalid reasons for staying in a church you know teaches false doctrine

Recently we posted “10 invalid arguments in defense of false teachers” by Rick Becker. Now Becker lays out 8 reasons believers shouldn’t remain in a church. One of the reasons people often cite for staying is that they feel they play a valuable role in the church, such as secretary, worship leader, Bible teacher, or even […]

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Hey Bill Johnson and Bethel Church, God Put Himself in a Box Called “Bible”

Conservative evangelicals are often accused by charismatics of having a tendency to box God up.  One charismatic whose mission it is to un-box God is New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) “Super Apostle” Bill Johnson, senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Anthony Wood of Mission Bible Church in Tustin, CA quotes Johnson as saying that […]

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Heaven, Hillsong, and Heresy

Costi Hinn has a warning for parents: Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be…..targets.  Targets? Yes.  Young people are being targeted by “Christian” bands like Hillsong and Jesus Culture.  Jesus Culture is known for their “prophetic worship.” Their aim is to “ignite revival in the nations of the earth” through global events. But how […]

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Stop Calling Error ‘Anointed’

In a spot on piece over at Pulpit & Pen, Costi Hinn calls for Christians to get back to the basics, meaning biblical Christianity.  He raises a two fold question: “What in the world has happened to the body of Christ and what semblance of biblical orthodoxy will be left for our children and grandchildren?” The way […]

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Leaving the NAR Church: Glenn’s story

“I saw what I was doing as a band member as not leading people in worship, but participating in ‘conjuring’ the Holy Spirit to ‘come down’.  The Holy Spirit being defined as the euphoric feeling that the droning music creates.“ As you’ll learn from Glenn, oftentimes NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) teachings filter into churches by […]

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Passion Conference: A Pastor’s Perspective on The Importance Of Truth and Standing Against Apostasy

Justin Pierce tackles the train wreck known as the Passion Conference hosted by Louis Giglio, pastor of Passion City Church in Atlanta.  Pierce considers Passion “an ecumenical affiliation of some of the worst heretics and false teachers who have ever been associated with the body of Christ.” His accusation will no doubt strike some people […]

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Narcigesis: "The reading of one’s own life experiences and/or that of another’s life experience, into the text of Scripture; the need to make the Bible all about themselves." Photo courtesy Apprising Ministries

Dear Liberty U Students and The Gospel Coalition: You Have Bigger Problems Than Trump

Learning the Path blogger, Brandon, reports on past and present speakers at Liberty University, some of whom are outright false teachers, and he tells us why they’re accused of playing fast and loose with the truth. One example he gives is Ann Voskamp who’s scheduled to speak on February 10th.  Brandon points out that this […]

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