I was recently directed to a "defense" of the idea of the papacy in an unsolicited tweet by @catholictruther - "The Bible Proves the Papacy" The video linked to starts by basically establishing Peter's leadership among the other apostles in the gospels - all the while assuming the "papal office" without actually giving any reason… Continue reading Proof for the Papacy?
I recently saw a news article headline that read "Christians must 'un-hitch' the Old Testament from their Faith." I have encountered plenty of attitudes growing up that anticipate and/or lead to this kind of erroneous view of the Old Testament: "The Old Testament is just history." "We're under the New Covenant not the Old." "The… Continue reading Andy Stanley and the Dangers of an Inappropriate View of the Old Testament
Every professing Christian in the U.S. should read this book. It is concise and easy to read - by far the quickest read I have ever found on the subject. Costi Hinn and Anthony G. Wood have done a fine job of objectively examining Bill Johnson's neck of the Word-Faith / NAR woods and condemning… Continue reading Defining Deception: A Review
The full, blasphemous conclusions of Hagin's false doctrine are reached in the fifth chapter of his book "The Believer's Authority"
An Introductory NOTE: For those who have not read through previous posts in this series, here are some quick links: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and "Believer's Authority Vs Scripture" The book: "The Believer's Authority" by Kenneth Hagin, Second Edition Twenty-Second Printing 1996 (ISBN 0-89276-406-6) "Breaking… Continue reading Believer’s authority – Part 8