“It goes without saying — at least to anyone who understands and believes the Scriptures — that “walking on water” is not a practice of the Church and pretending to do so is nothing more than a mockery of God.” … Continue reading
“Furtick, of course, preaches in opposition to the Scriptures, which says that those who doubt are double-minded, unstable, and should expect not to receive anything from the Lord.” (Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) Steven Furtick is more than just a … Continue reading
Now, it’s safe to say that Lucado himself should be avoided at all costs since he does not have the discernment, wisdom, and heart to separate himself from false teachers who are harming the Kingdom of God. (Jeff Maples – … Continue reading
Modalism is a heretical belief that rejects the orthodox view of the holy Trinity. For those who are unclear about this, you need to know that a belief in the Trinity is an essential of Christianity. It is one of … Continue reading
“The issue here stems from the fact that Steven Furtick is not qualified to teach in any capacity, nor does he heed the harsh warnings for teachers. With respect to this, one can only conclude he willingly embraces his role as a … Continue reading
Let me say as this plainly as I know how: there is nothing of doubt in faith. God is not honored by doubt; doubting is not obedience to God. It is disobedience. (Owen Strachan – For The Church) Doubt is … Continue reading
Babylon Bee, a popular satirical blog, took aim at prophet-pastor Steven Furtick and included a quote that was obviously meant to be a joke but went over some reader’s heads: “I wish Elevation the best of luck in the seasons to come, and … Continue reading
Jeff Maples of Pulpit & Pen shares what’s going on with prophet-pastor Steven Furtick: If it isn’t enough that Steven Furtick, pastor of Elevation, the multi-campus megachurch in Charlotte, NC is a habitual twister of the Scriptures for the purpose … Continue reading
From Berean Research: A little over a year ago Steven Furtick, prophet-pastor of the highly influential Elevation Church in North Carolina, taught his congregation that God broke the law of love. Recently he posted a two minute clip from that … Continue reading
Vince and Lori Williams of Falsified Ministries have written an informative piece on megachurch “prophet-pastor” Steven Furtick. For those who are unfamiliar with Furtick–you need to be–he’s the wolf that’s leading the sheep astray from the pulpit/stage of Elevation Church … Continue reading
For those who are unfamiliar with Steven Furtick, he is among those the late Ken Silva dubbed: Evangelical Ecumenical Magisterium (EEM) which is comprised of megachurch pastors. In a blog post entitled Steven Furtick and the Second Great Embarrassment, Silva … Continue reading
Important commentary concerning this popular prophet-pastor at Apprising Ministries ahead of some salient insight today by Marvin Olasky of World News Group.
Apprising Ministries shares a case study from pastor Larry DeBruyn concerning money using this popular evangelical pastor as an example of widely missing the mark.
Apprising Ministries fills you in concerning an Elevation Church endeavor which appears aimed at the very young.
It truly was only a matter of time before he’d join his Word Faith heroes on TBN. Apprising Ministries fils you in.
Apprising Ministries provides the cultic background of the prophet-pastor model of church polity and then fills you in concerning these questions surrounding the popular evangelical figure and his church.
A new spoken word musical piece from this leading evangelical ecumenical magisterium member. Apprising Ministries has the video clip and more detail here in this new article.
Apprising Ministries brings you the sad details of more syncretism within evangelicalism.
EC’s promo video for their challenge for members to read through the New Testament together in 30 days” gives highlights of the NT. Apprising Ministries shows you that their creative team was so off-target they managed to tell the story of Jesus without … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries shows you more evidence of Furtick’s moving toward the prosperity gospel and just wait until you see who he’s headlining with at an upcoming conference in April.
Apprising Ministries truly wishes that this was all really satire; but sadly, it isn’t. They’re all starting to sound the same.
Apprising Ministries reminds you that this guy is not going away. Rather, his stature’s growing.
Apprising Ministries brings you this short video rebuttal to a fable by evangelical prophet-leader Furtick.
Apprising Ministries offers that it’s well past time to look more closely at exactly what guys like this, and their ilk, are infecting the evangelical community with. You’ll get another glimpse here that purveyors of this new hybrid Seeker Driven/Word … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries now brings you the latest concerning a post by CRN associate editor Erin Benziger about Kay Arthur’s student ministries using Steven Furtick’s self-help affirmations, which ran originally on CRN.