How to Deal with False Teachers

“No Christmas dinner, no stage-sharing, no missions work, no rescuing orphans together. It doesn’t matter how nice they are, how many people fill the stadium for the conference, or how much money is on the line. No true believer or pastor should be partnering with a false teacher who is teaching a false gospel.”

(Costi Hinn) There are many opinions when it comes to naming the names of those who teach falsely or shining a light on their false doctrine. The pastors and people protesting for more tolerance in the church today often stick to some of these common sentiments regarding telling it like it is:

  • “Naming names is controversial. Just speak the truth and if some teachers fit the profile then so be it.”
  • “It’s not our place to judge. Let’s just love everyone and let God decide.”
  • “Working together across any kind of doctrinal lines can still mutually benefit our organization or church.”
  • “Don’t preach what you are against. Preach what you are for!”

All well-intentioned reasons that protect reputations, bank accounts, and to be honest, allow for lazy pastors to preach easy, and live easy. If you avoid controversy and please everyone in ministry, life in the church is incredibly easy – and superficial. View article →


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