“Let’s just take a couple of examples. One headline today read Shawn Bolz Offers Prophetic Perspective Into Easter Bombings That Killed Hundreds. Now seriously, what Christian in his right mind actually thinks Shawn Bolz is a prophet and has any kind of “prophetic perspective” to offer about anything?”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) One of the reasons I follow and read Charisma News and Charisma Magazine is that I find it very interesting — entertaining even — to watch what appears to be a scheduled series of soap operas with a dominant theme of false prophets and bad theology….
Yet, it sometimes gets to the point that it’s just depressing that such an outfit identifies with Christianity. The Scriptures warn that the last days will be flooded with false prophets and yet Charisma, the central vestibule for terrible Christian journalism, is filled with them.
Hardly a day, an hour rather, goes by that an article from one of Charisma’s outlets doesn’t flash across my news feed with a headline promoting some false teacher that has something stupid to say about something stupid. I mean, seriously, there is not one contributor on Charisma that hasn’t at some point been exposed as a false prophet