Tag Archives: false doctrine

Divine Prosperity: Heresy or What? #3:
Joseph & the Children of Israel

By | 7 Nov 2017

In the first 2 installments in this series, we have explored the origins of poverty, several biblical patriarchs and their relationship to money, as well as what the “wisdom books” of the OT have to say on the topic of finances. In this article, we will explore God’s dealings with the nation of Israel beginning with Joseph in… Read More »

Never Surrender!

By | 27 Jun 2017

I do not know the name of the author of the following article, but from his words, he is both a Vietnam combat veteran and a law enforcement officer. Whoever the man is, he makes an excellent point: surrender is not an option and I believe he presents a solid case for that position. These principles not only… Read More »

The Fundamentalists Strike Back

By | 24 Jun 2017

Today, an article entitled “Christian, You Are Upset About The Wrong Things” was brought to my attention on Facebook by a fellow minister and he requested my evaluation. I started to reply in Facebook, but my answer quickly became too lengthy for that venue, so I’ve written my response in this article. Propaganda A favored tactic of propagandists… Read More »

They Speak With Other Tongues #8:
Slain in the Spirit?

By | 3 Jun 2017

Along with tongues, divine healing, divine prosperity, the charismatic phenomenon of being “slain in the Spirit” completes the list of the most divisive concepts to separate the Body of Christ in the postmodern era. Frankly, there has been some colossally bad biblical scholarship on both side of this debate. So we’re going to take a shot at exploring… Read More »

What is Church? #1

By | 28 Aug 2016

One of the topics hotly debated among believers in social media is what is “church,” specifically what a church’s goals should be, what should it look and feel like to its congregation, and what sorts of activities and music should take place there. The opinions expressed range in quality between the profound and the profoundly ignorant — an… Read More »

Holy War?

By | 4 Jun 2016

A few nights before I wrote the original version of this article, I viewed a 2-part, 4-hour documentary on the History Channel covering the 1st through 3rd crusades of the 9th and 10th centuries. In viewing this, the perfidy and apostasy of Roman Catholicism continues to astound and appall me. Centuries of bloodshed were instigated based upon a… Read More »