Kyle J. Howard & Beth Moore
“As the CEO of the popular black ministry, The Witness, Tisby employs such people as Ally Henny, a pro-abortion activist who was angry that there were white people in the movie theater watching a movie about Harriet Tubman, who Moore also praised.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) Beth Moore somehow continues to find herself in bad company. And, as the Apostle Paul warned, we should not deceive ourselves, bad company ruins good morals (1 Corinthians 15:33). Continue reading
While we may feel disappointed when we learn of the moral failings of Christians we appreciate, admire, or learn from, we should never be shocked. Christians are able to sin just as nonbelievers are. The Bible never claims that we become perfected in this life—only that when we put our trust in Jesus for forgiveness of our sins, we will someday stand before the Lord clothed in his righteousness (2 Corinthians 5:21). Of course, a saving faith doesn’t see that as a license to sin—we should never sin so that “grace may abound” (Romans 6:1).
(Natasha Crain) News broke yesterday that popular Christian comedian and YouTuber John Crist has come forth with an admission of ongoing “sexual sin and addiction struggles” after multiple women exposed years of his sexually immoral behavior. Continue reading
The purpose is “an irreverently playful night of fundraising, fitness, sex talk, and exotic pole dance performances.” And of course, no sexual anarchy meeting is complete these days without making sure men dressed as women, or women dressed as men, are validated and welcomed.
(Linda Harvey – Mission: America) [Warning: graphic content] When I consider the long-term well-being of our children and what they are taught at school, my first thought always goes to pole-dancing. How about you? Continue reading
(Marsha West – Christian Research Network) Posted below is part 3 of a column I wrote for RenewAmerica in 2011 in which I revealed that religious syncretism (a blending of many different belief systems) has virtually reshaped the visible Church. I wasn’t alone in pointing out this fact. There were many others in the online apologetics and discernment ministries who were sounding the alarm. In light of what is going on in many churches, it is clear that the warning cry of “discerners” has been largely ignored and now the visible church is in considerable disarray. Not only were we not listened to, we’ve been marginalized, and in some cases we’re even hated, for exposing the apostasy that has changed the face of evangelicalism.
The dismantling of historic, orthodox, biblical Christianity has continued at break-neck speed to the point where the visible Church has become a haven for hirelings and goats who’ve set about butting the sheep out the church’s back door.
My primary focus for part 3 of the series is to show how Gnosticism and Man-Centered Psychology has gotten a firm grip on Christendom. How did this happen? In large part it happened because undiscerning Church leaders thought it was a good idea to adopt the Rick Warren “Purpose Driven” marketing strategy to grow their churches.
This short intro sets the stage for part 3 of “Purpose Driven Dismantling of Christianity.” Continue reading
“Chan also regularly partners with charismatic New Apostolic false prophets and false teachers like Todd White, calling them “great men of God” despite the fact that they’ve led so many people astray. All in all, it’s a good rule of thumb to avoid such men as Francis Chan, for they serve their own appetites.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) Francis Chan made headlines earlier this year when he began to tour the country assaulting biblical Christianity partnering up with several compromised groups that call themselves “Christian” including the New Apostolic Reformation and Roman Catholics. Continue reading
“Our sexually perverse society has scrambled our perceptions. To be fair, our perceptions have long been scrambled. Historians trace it all the way back to the beginning of the Industrial Age when husbands spent a great deal of time away from home working in factories to support their families, leaving women in charge. Women were most present in church and, as might be expected, ended up “redecorating” churches, so to speak. They made them more “gentle,” more “sensitive,” more emotional.”
(Winging It) The Homosexual Debate – I’ve done some of this before, so I’m pretty sure some of my readers are gearing up to do battle with me regarding the clear statements from Scripture about how homosexual behavior is sin. Relax…. Continue reading
At a Kentucky Reproductive Freedom Fund event, Ragsdale claimed – according to Lifesite News – that “the Bible says nothing about abortion and that it’s dishonest and manipulative to call the human in the womb a baby.”
(Pulpit & Pen) As if being a female pastor wasn’t sinful enough, this woman is a lesbian pastor. And if that weren’t bad enough (and it’s plenty bad), she’s also just been appointed to head-up the National Abortion Federation (NAF), an organization that fights for the ‘right’ of mothers to ruthlessly assault and destroy their unborn children. Continue reading
“A while back, notable Southern Baptist pastor and racial activist, Matt Chandler, preached a sermon stating that he would hire an African American 7 over an Anglo 8 for a staff position at his church. However, he said if the African American was a 6, go with the Anglo because otherwise, it would be “tokenism” and he preaches against that kind of stuff.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) The Presbyterian Church (PCA) General Assembly has released a “racial reconciliation” study conducted in conjunction with LifeWay — a Southern Baptist entity — that calls on PCA to embrace affirmative action and reverse discrimination against white people to advance their “woke” ideology…. Continue reading
“[W]hen complementarianism is attacked, we should see it as an assault upon biblical truth. So, a move away from complementarianism is a move away from the Bible. That’s always dangerous. If we truly care for the little girls and the women within evangelical circles, wouldn’t we want to cling tightly to the text of Scripture instead of promoting a road that’s filled with dangerous potholes that ends in utter disaster? The egalitarian road is unbiblical and harmful to women in the sense that it asks women to do what God never designed them to do. Such burdens are harmful.”
(Josh Buice – Delivered By Grace) One of the great tragedies of our day has been parade of testimonies of women who have been abused by men within the corporate world, the political world, and yes, even within the Church…. Continue reading
At the bottom of all this Medicare for All business is the weakness it shows that resides to varying degrees in all of us. It is the weakness of ignorance about liberty, history, and economics. It is also the weakness of not wanting to grow up. And that combination of ignorance, foolishness, and childishness only wrecks the adult world in which we live. Socialism in medicine or anything else is not kind, not compassionate, and not progressive. What it produces is mean, nasty, dark, destructive, and regressive.”
(Bonnie Cohen and Howard Sachs – American Thinker) I was in line at Costco — that wonderful example of American liberty, capitalism, the profit motive, and what it brings us — namely, a bounty of wonderful goods and services we freely choose, all at low cost and high quality. Costco is an example of what’s right in America…. Continue reading
“Support for Israel was much stronger from American Jews a couple of decades ago. It appears that the non-religious Jewish community finds more solace in supporting any sort of social justice agenda rather than supporting Israel. In the process, they seem to ignore–willfully or not–that the Left is anti-Israel, period!”
(Oliver Melnik – Fight The New Antisemitism) It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that America’s political landscape is suffering from the worst case of polarization in its history. The amount of hatred for President Trump currently displayed by his opponents is mind-boggling…. Continue reading
Byrd thought of himself as a “transsexual.” One night, a woman walked up to him at a bar and told him about Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit to change him.
(Pulpit & Pen) The Gospel Coalition (TGC) is tramping out a gaggle of same-sex attracted Christians (Sam Allberry, Rebecca McLaughlin, Rachel Gilson, Jackie Hill Perry) and many others who still struggle with their queerness and haven’t yet been set free indeed from their former lusts. Their singular message is this: God will not change your desires, so learn to deal with them.
If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed (John 8:36)
“Other targets of criticism include Jarvis Williams, a prominent and influential professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) under Al Mohler as well as Matthew Hall, the provost of SBTS — both staunch proponents of Critical Race Theory.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) A few months ago, Tom Ascol and Founders Ministry faced a lot of backlash after releasing a 3-minute trailer that indicted a multitude of Southern Baptist leaders for racial instigation and mission drift…. Continue reading
“It is folly for Democrats to argue that a diplomatic conversation of this nature somehow constitutes an impeachable offense. Schiff, the illusionist, can offer nothing but impressions, perceptions, judgments and opinions. It is all irrelevant and a sham. Facts are what matter.”
(Greg Jarrett – Fox News) Rep. Adam Schiff is a poor man’s Harry Houdini. He is a cheap illusionist performing amateurish parlor tricks of deception in his quest to convince his audience that he possesses damning evidence of an impeachable offense committed by President Trump. Continue reading
“While we can appreciate some of Mohler’s views on certain social issues as it pertains to culture, it’s going to be difficult to see Mohler as an effective leader of the denomination when — by any discernible standard — he refuses to deal with plaguing issues in his own denomination.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) Southern Baptist pastor and race-baiter, Dwight McKissic is a fully woke, charismatic egalitarian social justice warrior who has spent his entire career railing against non-existent “white supremacy” in the Southern Baptist Convention. Continue reading
“Most Americans rightly praised President Obama for bold action in taking out bin Laden. But President Trump gets little credit from the opposition in sending al-Baghdadi to the netherworld.”
(Bill O’Reilly) In May, 2011, U.S. intelligence pinpointed the hiding place of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. President Obama then canvassed his top advisors about how to deal with the situation.
Almost all of them, including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, encouraged Mr. Obama to order a special forces raid on bin Laden’s compound and, eventually, that’s what happened….
“This may come as a shock to some, but Mohler is no conservative. To be fair, he isn’t a liberal either. He is a moderate — at least on the political spectrum. Theologically speaking, he tends to be on his game when it comes to the essential issues of doctrine and faith. However, Mohler has continually supported, promoted, and platformed both theological and political liberals under his watch.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) This news may come as a surprise to some, but to those who are intricately aware of how the Southern Baptist Convention operates, this is really old news…. Continue reading
Clearly those on the list who prayed for President Trump are not ‘faith leaders’ because most of them are false teachers who hold to unbiblical New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) beliefs. Pretty sure Ralph Reed, Greg Laurie, Robert Jeffress, James and Shirley Dobson, Tony Perkins, Gary Bauer, Michelle Bachmann, Cissie Graham Lynch and a couple of others aren’t NAR, but who knows. We’ve informed you that Pastrix Paula White, who’s President Trump’s spiritual adviser, is a dangerous Word of Faith prosperity preacher. But of course CBN wouldn’t know that, as that publication has zero discernment. What you need to be aware of is that in their zeal to defeat liberalism and to bring a modicum of sanity back to America, Religious Right a.k.a Christian Right (CR) leaders such as some of those mentioned above decided to join forces with people who profess to know and serve God, but are actually wolves in sheep’s clothing…. Continue reading
Christalignment, a group that has no connection to the Lord Jesus Christ, uses what they call “destiny cards” to practice the prophetic. These are actually tarot cards, which is a tool of the occult, but the cards have been given a new name. Many people, including professing Christians, sadly, will actually allow someone to attempt to tell them their future. Using cards to tell one’s future is really no different from gazing into a crystal ball or doing a teacup reading to see what the future holds. Other occult practices include spells, incantations and speaking to or channeling spirits. God forbids His people getting involved in these sorts of things — we’re not to know the future! In the Bible these practices are called sorcery. Continue reading
Giddens is a long-time member of Grace Meridian and is in good standing. Giddens is also a gay activist. Apparently, when she’s not assisting “Pastor Duke,” she can be found on the streets at various gay pride marches promoting “equality.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) If you’ve followed Reformation Charlotte at all over the last year, you are most likely well-aware that we believe The Gospel Coalition (TGC) to be a subversive progressive propaganda machine designed to turn the Evangelical Church sharply to the left…. Continue reading
“We must teach our children, starting in Genesis. Teach them that they are fearfully and wonderfully made in the very image of God. Teach them about God’s original “very good” creation. Instruct them that mankind’s sin broke God’s creation and brought death and suffering into it. Teach them that we needed someone to pay the penalty for our sin, and that’s why Jesus stepped into history as the God-man…”
(Ken Ham – Answers In Genesis) What’s on your child’s bookshelf? The books we read to our children can have a huge impact in shaping their views, beliefs, and theology…. Continue reading
My Princess Boy video by Cheryl Kilodavis
In my article last week, I sampled the district’s “age-appropriate curriculum” for children ages 3 to 5. It included numerous LGBT picture books such as the well-known “Heather Has Two Mommies” and “They He She, Easy as ABC” about using trans pronouns.
(Joy Pullmann – The Federalist) Last week I wrote about a suburban Chicago school district’s Oct. 7-11 week of LGBT curriculum as an example of what the state legislature has required all Illinois public schools to teach starting next July. Although the Evanston/Skokie school district is in a very liberal area, not all parents were comfortable with their preschoolers being taught, among other things, that polyamorous families are equivalent to families of sexually faithful married biological parents, and that being gay simply means “loving” someone of your own sex. Continue reading
“She presents that veritably, she’s scrimping and saving, eating peanut butter sandwiches by firelight to save on electricity but sighing contentedly amid all this hayseed hardship. What Moore doesn’t tell you is that the Moore property in Tomball TX, these “modest woods,” as she puts it, that “would not be beautiful to everybody,” is part of a 46 acre enclave with its own road, two houses with total of 7 bedrooms and 7 1/2 baths, custom outdoor kitchens and fireplaces, a combined square footage of 6600 sf, and assessed by Harris County TX at $1.8 million dollars.”
(Elizabeth Prata – The End Time) I know that we’re all familiar with the ridiculous extravagance of some of the word of faith preachers. Kenneth Copeland, Jesse Duplantis, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyer and Joel Osteen with their jets and mansions and vacation homes and gold commodes and the like…. Continue reading
“I believe Miller’s views on the differences between maleness and femaleness place far too little emphasis on ontology. I believe her view of Genesis 3:16 is wrong (certainly not heresy though). I believe the view that anything a man does is by definition masculine and anything a woman does is by definition feminine to be peculiar at best.”
(Todd Pruitt – Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals) The Reformed-ish Twittershpere has been in high dudgeon since the release of Rachel Miller’s book Beyond Authority and Submission…. Continue reading
“More than 20 years have elapsed since a group of feminist scholars at Fuller Seminary realized that the truths concerning the economic Trinity (the specific roles of the members of the Trinity in our redemption) posed a threat to the assumptions of feminism. In a paper that rocked the seminary, these feminists proposed that any member of the Holy Trinity could have become the incarnate Son of God.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) Man’s natural wisdom is perpetually pitted against the wisdom of Almighty God. And, this opposition to God’s wisdom is most commonly disguised as pragmatism. In fact, numerous heresies frequently began as ‘pragmatic’ decisions…. Continue reading