Why We Must Confront False Teachers No Matter How Outlandish and Absurd They Are

“…we recall the compelling example of Elijah’s encounter with the prophets of Baal. With righteous indignation and confident trust in the God of Israel, Elijah could have ignored them and left them to their own devices. Instead, he mocked these false prophets. He did not ignore them, he engaged and confronted them. His stand against this evil is a clear illustration of how these modern-day Pharisees—false teachers, progressive Christians, social justice activists—must be faced. Their mouths must be stopped…”

(The Dissenter) In a world feverishly engaged in an unrestrained pursuit of “progress,” the demarcation line between secular culture and shallow, cultural Christianity is not merely fading—it is being intentionally obliterated. To be clear, the line between the pagan culture and true, biblical Christianity, will always be clear and the world will continue to push those who hold to the unchangeable truths of God’s word further away. Even as the world continues to shun us, we must acknowledge that we’re not entirely immune to the wave of deception that’s assaulting us from every direction. We have to fight.

Modern-day false teachers, wrapped in the attractive but deceptive rainbow-splattered garb of progressivism, are marching forward in lockstep with ideologies that are diametrically opposed to Christianity. They’re not just flirting with danger—they’re courting catastrophe, dancing on the edge of a precipice that threatens to plunge the church into the abyss of moral decay. From Tim Keller and his promotion of theistic evolution, undermining the creation narrative and calling into question the truthfulness of God’s word, to the modern Evangelical church’s obsession with racism, feminism, and identity politics, the flood of secular ideologies veiled as progress is relentless. View article →


Research: Progressive (Social Justice) ‘Christianity’

CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Tim Keller.


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