It’s crazy how so many have tried in the past, and are still doing it – “re-interpreting” or discovering some “personal or special” interpretation (2 Peter 1:19-21), attempting to legitimize a new creative way to have it their way. If that is happening in your church – don’t believe it. It is our “job”, our responsibility, as followers of Christ – to use the Bible to ascertain what is of God and what are “the words of a puny human” (we are all “puny humans”). Huge difference. I personally do not want to hear some puny opinions when I go to church. I want to hear God’s “word of truth”.
Biblical texts about false prophets, false spirits, and their false teachings The Bible warns us about the increasing danger of false teachings creeping into our churches, of false teachers among us. Way back in Old Testament times this was a problem. See here: Deuteronomy 13:1-5 Amplified Bible (AMP) 13 “If a prophet arises among you, or […]