Apprising Ministries offers that his explanation and subsequent comments concerning mysticism muddies the water.
Apprising Ministries brings you exclusive video of the popular evangelical apologist calling this apostate universalist a devout Christian.
In this well-documented article Apprising Ministries points out that people like Chuck Swindoll are importing their own definitions into terms mystics, like the late Henri Nouwen, use. So I offer that it’s well past time for Swindoll and others to repent … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries shows you here that apparently at least a segment of corrupt Counter Reformation spirituality is rooting within this leading Protestant evangelical seminary.
When I penned this piece in 2010, my aim was to inform professing Christians, who had convinced themselves that it’s okay to practice “Christian yoga,” that it is not okay at all. At that point yoga, which has its roots … Continue reading
Following is a letter to the editor of Lighthouse Trails. The person who wrote the letter offers plenty of reasons parents should be concerned about their children’s participation in AWANA. Church leaders such as Sean McDowell recommend that our youth read … Continue reading
We have warned our readers about popular speaker, author and Bible study teacher Priscilla Shirer a number of times (here) for the reason that some of her teaching is dangerous. For one thing, Shirer is a proponent of unbiblical contemplative … Continue reading
In this email exchange Apprising Ministries shares a response an AM reader tells me they received from RZIM concerning Zacharias’ appearance this week on Meyer’s program. Based upon past responses I received from RZIM when Zacharias called apostate mystic Henri … Continue reading
John Lanagan of My Word Like Fire reports: From the Office of Public Relations, Franciscan University of Steubenville, 11/9/12: “The International House of Prayer (IHOP) was founded in 1999 by Mike Bickle, who says that many IHOP teachings draw upon … Continue reading
In a recently published article for Christianity Today, Richard Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary, was interviewed by Salt Lake Tribune religion reporter Peggy Fletcher Stack regarding his thoughts on the “evolving nature of Latter-day Saint (LDS) theology” and its … Continue reading