Recovery for genuine believers who have been damaged by failed churches is a grueling process.
We must not align ourselves with false teachers, apostate churches, or any of their ministries in any way that will confuse people about the truth of the gospel and the identity of Jesus.
Does Bill Johnson and Bethel Church’s teaching fall within the bounds of Christian orthodoxy? Or do they harm the advance of the gospel of Jesus Christ?
Civil religion, when it remains unevaluated and unchecked by the Word of God, can easily run amok. It can present the nation as God, as the savior of the world, as the last best hope on earth.
This is an excellent book from a a pastor about the purposes and plans of God through hardships in our lives.
When Trinity-eroding, Christ-denying, gospel-subverting error is published, we ought not shy away from declaring a teacher or teaching as heretical.
Mailbag #24: What Happens to Infants Who Die; Thinking through Civil Disobedience; Calling Out False Teachers by NameBy Jonathan Leeman | 12.14.2015
— What happens to infants who die? Do they go to heaven? — How should Christians think through the category of “civil disobedience”? — Should pastors call out false teachers by name?
Missionaries who labor in reached parts of Africa are today faced with a society that has been inoculated against the gospel. So what do we do about it?
Whole-Bible answers to Liberation Theology’s approach to oppression, sin, the Exodus, and more.
A Kenyan pastor reflects on the prosperity gospel, urbanization, biblical literacy, Islamic influence, meaningful membership, and more.
Simply put, Reposition Yourself is a self-help book—and a dangerous one, at that.
How can we better prepare ourselves to evangelize those who believe the prosperity gospel?
Pastors, don’t preach a message that kindles suicidal desires.
When it comes to money, our churches shouldn’t be cul-de-sacs but thoroughfares.
Love the gospel, protect it, and guard it. And for the love of all things good and holy, please stop sending missionaries if they don’t.