Be careful about the doctrine of categorizing people into the “churched” or the “unchurched”. Lest not forget, we are saved by grace through faith in Christ Jesus, even if we never set foot in a church building (Acts 15:11, Ephesians 2:8).
Another false doctrine circulating on social media are the proponents of “King James Only”, the belief that God only speaks through the King James Version of the Bible, and that all other versions are either corrupt, intentionally misleading, or Satanic.
In the same way the Hebrew Roots / Legalistic doctrines are dangerous, “sinless perfectionism” is equally dangerous. It wrongly interprets scripture and asserts that we will (or should) become perfect.
One of the stumbling blocks for these “perfectionists” is Eph...
Some professing Christians have been taught that God promises wealth and prosperity to those
who obey Him and, conversely, that poverty is a curse from God. The Bible, however, does not
support this so-called “prosperity gospel.”
Many of us were raised in churches that taught that women should be silent in the church because of the teachings of Paul in 1 Corinthians 14:34. When we read the passage, sure enough, we see the following words on the pages of the Bible: “Women should remain silent in...