“Aside from his associations, the most flagrant red flag for Feucht is his obsession with the number “222,” which is an occult omen denoting harmony, divine blessing, and opportunities. Deuteronomy 18:10 forbids the use of divination and interpretation of omens. Such obsession over numbers is unbiblical, yet these practices are not unusual within Bethel circles.”
(Ray Fava) Evangelical Dark Web has been one of the foremost discernment ministries calling out what we have called Branch Covidianism in the church. Along these lines, it is unmistakable that Sean Feucht has been a man of action. However, not everyone we agree with is someone we can trust….
Independently, the writers of Evangelical Dark Web were undergoing research on Feucht which has been merged in this report. In the beginning of this process, we reached out to Sean Feucht and were denied an interview by his publicist. We report our findings below.
Appearance With Elijah Schaffer In branching his faith into a series, former Blaze TV host Elijah Schaffer entitled it Messy Christianity, which is a clever play off his disheveled personality and life journey, even if accidentally cliché. In the inaugural (and perhaps only) episode, Schaffer interviewed Sean Feucht, a notable worship leader, activist, and musician associated with Bethel Church.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains those to mark and avoid (Rom 16:17-18) such as Sean Feucht and Bethel Church
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