“In addition to Caine’s Word of Faith doctrines showing her as a false teacher, she was inappropriate elsewhere in her speech. She spoke twice of how husbands can be “getting some action” out of their wives. She spoke of a … Continue reading
“Caine considers Joyce Meyer one of her best friends, chief mentor, and “spiritual mother.” Together, they hold to the “little god theology” and Word-Faith heresies, that – like God – you can create destinies and demand temporal blessings simply by … Continue reading
Lighthouse Trails recently posted a letter to the editor written by a woman who is concerned that Dallas Theological Seminary, known for, among other things, biblical inerrancy, has invited a Word of Faith heretic to speak at a women’s conference. LHT … Continue reading
Ed Stetzer is a prominent evangelical with considerable credibility. But when it comes to spiritual things Stetzer has shown time and time again that he lacks discernment. If he had an ounce of spiritual discernment would he spend his valuable … Continue reading
Pastrix Christine Caine from heretical Hillsong Church Australia is a teacher that the serious Christian should steer clear of. In spite of the fact that Caine teaches ubiblical word-faith/prosperity theology and engages in New Age practices, she has been a … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries supplies some important background and more detail.
Apprising Ministries shows you that evangelical charismatics like John Piper, Louis Giglio, and Beth Moore are opening the door for Caine’s advancement of Brian Houston’s charismaniac Hillsong heresies into the mainstream of evangelicalism.
As you’ll see over at Apprising Ministries, this isn’t the first time Piper and Caine have been at one of Louis Giglio’s Passion conferences.
The Southern Baptist Convention finds itself chasing the wind as, yet again, an attack has been launched within it upon Calvinist brothers in Christ. Apprising Ministries show you here that, instead of attacking the Biblical doctrines of grace, the wise … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries sounds the warning that the Code Orange De-vival is launching a new move of Furtickism. You’ll see in this post what the hybrid attractional/Word Faith message of Steven Furtick includes.
“Check the shelves at LifeWay. Select twenty average SBC churches with women’s ministries and see whose books, DVDs, and simulcasts are being used again and again. Peruse the speakers at popular SBC conferences. You’ll find names like Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, … Continue reading
“The vast majority of these lady preachers aren’t just preaching to women anyway. Women — like Beth Moore and Priscila Shirer — are mainstream preachers. Their audiences consist of as many men as women.” (Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) From … Continue reading
“You will regularly find Lisa Bevere aligned with other false teachers such as Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, and Christine Caine. She is also tied to the New Apostolic Reformation false teachers Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton out of Bethel Redding.” … Continue reading
“For her article, Belz spoke with publishing industry insiders. She reported that one answer was better plagiarism detection software. My answer is to hold authors to a high standard. They should do their own work.” (Warren Throckmorton) Judging by reaction to … Continue reading
“Stetzer, who is one of the most influential people in the Evangelical Intelligentsia, decided to lash out at critics of Critical Race Theory just as the frothing feeding-frenzy of #woke evangelicalism snorted in Cultural Marxism like a line of coke.” (Pulpit … Continue reading
(Pulpit & Pen) Beth Moore, who is best known as Lifeway’s Cash Cow of Bashan, the extremely popular women’s teacher whose increasingly wild-eyed prophetic visions have gained prominence in a wide berth of evangelicalism well outside the SBC (especially in … Continue reading
When it comes to convincing a professing Christian that their doctrine is unbiblical or that a teacher they follow is actually a wolf in sheep’s clothing, Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley reveals how she deals with this … Continue reading
From Seth Dunn to Beth Moore: Dear Beth, Today you wrote a letter to your brothers in Christ. Allow me to respond. Be silent. You are not a good Bible teacher. You preach and write about yourself all the time as is … Continue reading
Recently we posted “10 invalid arguments in defense of false teachers” by Rick Becker. Now Becker lays out 8 reasons believers shouldn’t remain in a church. One of the reasons people often cite for staying is that they feel they … Continue reading
According to Elizabeth Prata of The End Time “many of these people on the list teach not immature and temporary error, but permanently damning heresy.” Three examples are Rick Warren, Steven Furtick and Christine Caine. Clearly, the woman who put … Continue reading
There’s trouble brewing over David Platt retweeting a video of SBC “Godmother” Beth Moore’s endorsement of the Lottie Moon Christmas offering. Many consider David Platt a “great Bible teacher” and a truth teller while Moore. who is an idol to a large number … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Have you ever fallen for a feel-good gospel that ministers to your ache for feeling special, or longing for admiration from a god who dances over you and thinks you’re the apple of his eye? What about … Continue reading
Today there is a growing lack of confidence in the sufficiency of Scripture among Christians. Bible study author, speaker and blogger Michelle Lesley tells us why extra-biblical revelation is both unbiblical and unnecessary and offers six reasons God’s word is … Continue reading
Early in 2016, Michelle Lesley compiled a list of women teachers, speakers and authors that should be avoided like the plague. In October she added several women to the list (here). There’s no guessing necessary as to why Michelle doesn’t … Continue reading
In a piece over at Pulpit & Pen, Richard Haas reports on pastor-prophet Steven Furtick’s annual heresy-fest “Code Orange Revival.” COR is twelve nights of “celebrity preachers, loud worship music and subsequent emotional highs.” A caller to Haas’ podcast suggested that … Continue reading