The main point of the Bible is that God came down to earth as Jesus – to be our God and Savior. Jesus, while on earth, was absolutely God-man.
There is no other saving gospel
It is totally biblical to name names and call-out false teachers, phoney baloney prophets, and false movements. We are encouraged to know well the doctrines of the Bible, so that we ourselves are capable of recognizing when teachers go astray from them. We are warned that teachers will go beyond what Scripture so clearly states, (giving us “Beyond the Burger” varieties).
This article, A glossary of new apostolic reformation terminology, is by Rick Becker over at his site, Famine In The Land. Becker’s content is shared here with the intent to further warn the Church about false teachers. “Words” make a difference. And these terms used by NAR teachers are leading people into false teachings.
This article by Rick Becker is very spot-on. I highly agree with him: Sean Feucht – Feelings, Whispers & Omens October 20, 2020 Rick Becker & Blog By Rick Becker 20 October 2020 Here is Becker’s Introduction ONLY: “The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a movement that denies the sufficiency of scripture. It comes […]
*Pic is of False Teachers: Feucht, Eric Johnson, Bill Johnson *en español aquí This article is by Rick Becker Original article posted here on June 11, 2020 by Rick Becker on his site, Famine In The Land. – RE-Posted with permission on OhMyGodJesus.com, and in Spanish on DiosMioJesús.com, with editing added for ease of reading. […]
A Great Apostasy is predicted… in these End Times The Bible warns us against becoming Apostate. Do you know how to spot an apostate church and its leaders? If you want to follow what the Bible truly teaches, look at where your pastor was trained. Did your pastor graduate after years of studying the Bible? […]