Resources About False Doctrine
Nature reveals both the love of God and the judgment of God.
There is only one way to salvation—see yourself as a sinner and cast yourself upon the mercy of Christ.
Just as the hand of a sculptor works gently and patiently to shape a common stone into a beautiful work of art, so God works in our lives to conform … See More >
The Da Vinci Code’s Other Bible “We are presenting these texts as sacred books and sacred scriptures of the Gnostics.” These words are found in the Introduction of The Gnostic Bible, a collection of documents which some believe give an alternate interpretation of the early days of Christianity. These writings lie at the heart of The Da Vinci Code and other kinds of esoteric literature which insist that originally Christianity was diverse, with no strict doctrines such as we find in the New Testament. In fact, according to this scenario, what we now call heresy was originally the teaching … Read More >
A God that cannot suffer is a God that cannot love.
Only Christ—fully man, fully God—can be the mediator between God and man. There isn’t a sinless Savior in any other religion.
False prophets are God’s judgment upon a nation.
Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness—the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must make careful judgments regarding prophets, doctrines, values, and lifestyles.
The Gospel According to Oprah and Her Friends Oprah Winfrey has always had a fondness for promoting guests who tout their New Age beliefs. But recently she has done so with focused determination, using her media empire to promote three authors and books whose views are deceiving millions. In doing so, she has become the high priestess of the New Spirituality, which can be simply defined as more occultism packaged for the Western mind. The authors are Eckhart Tolle, whose book The New Earth is flying off the shelves, breaking records for sales; Ronda Byrne, who wrote The Secret and … Read More >
Never interpret the silence of God as the indifference of God.