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Chookwatcher denies sonship of saints

The longer we go on watching the watchers, the more their doctrine is revealed, even when they are attempting to hide it with generalisms.

We know they are predominantly Reformed theologists, with a touch of cessationist Lutheranism when they reference the ramblings of their pirate radio amigo. 2,712 more words

Discernment

Why narcigesis doesn't work: Furtick claims to be "the son of God"?

Narcigesis – A biblical hermeneutic where one reads themselves into the bible and writes God out of it.

Steven Furtick is internationally recognized as King of the Narcigetes for a good reason: he seems to only read himself into the biblical text. 740 more words

Steven Furtick

Harry A. Gaylord reblogged this on Sun & Shield and commented:

Steven Furtick displays in the video here how false teachers with their false doctrines can be so subtle, especially when they churn up emotional hype around their message. Furtick calls himself "the son of God" and says he's "always been the son of God." This post comes thanks to the vigilance of the folks at the Church Watch Central blog.

Why narcigesis doesn't work: Furtick claims to be "the son of God"?

Narcigesis – A biblical hermeneutic where one reads themselves into the bible and writes God out of it.

Steven Furtick is internationally recognized as King of the Narcigetes for a good reason: he seems to only read himself into the biblical text. 740 more words

Steven Furtick

(Some of) My Favourite Non-Adventist Preachers (So Far)

This post might just stir up strife and cause problems, but imma write it anyway.

There are some Adventists who think that, given that we are part of the “remnant Church” and that we have “present truth” and we are called to “come out from among them” that there is nothing to learn from other denominations and we are thus not supposed to (or it is unnecessary to) listen to or read the works of any other person, save for the Bible and Ellen White.   445 more words

Sanity Sundays

From Steven Furtick’s (Un)Qualified reading plan over at YouVersion:

A Secret Weapon Called Weakness

So for the sake of Christ, I am well pleased and take pleasure in infirmities, insults, hardships, persecutions, perplexities and distresses; for when I am weak , then am I strong (able, powerful in divine strength).

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Christianity

Steven Furtick: Unqualified indeed.

A great article from Cameron Buettel at the Grace To You blog:

Unqualified, Not Unworthy

by Cameron Buettel

“Unqualified.”

That was John MacArthur’s one-word assessment of Steven Furtick during a… 198 more words

Truth

City Harvest leader rebukes Singapore Diplomat, elevates Kong Hee to Messiah

KINGDOM OF THE CULTS

Dangerous cults present its leaders as Messiah-like figures. When cults do this, it reinforces the idea to members that they should not or cannot question their leaders. 1,405 more words

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