To whom did God say “I am against you”? Let’s look at those references.
What are they teaching right in there in your church?
False teachers and prophets think of themselves as so special and bright. They “subtly introduce destructive heresies.” “By an act of human will” they make Scripture say what they very well want it to say. And shallow thinkers follow after them.
Words used by false teachers
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.
Do not attend apostate churches
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? […]
Show me actual false teachings
False teachers don’t come looking like The Walking Dead! If they did – we’d know to stay away from their teachings! They come to churches “dressed as sheep [appearing gentle and innocent]” but actually on the inside they are horrible, “ravenous wolves”. What are actual false teachings “out there”? What are the teachings contrary to what Jesus and the Apostle Paul taught?
Calling out false teachers
Part of the mission of Christ’s followers is to teach the way of Christ – and to warn when someone is teaching “another gospel” different from what was written by the faithful early church. “Warning” about false teachers and false teachings — is a good thing we do. It is what “a good servant of Christ Jesus” does.
Christ and… ONLY Christ
You put forth false teaching when you use Muslim mysticism as truth. Very disappointing – to see a Christian missionary agency expounding on the Word in this manner. Makes you kind of wonder….