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Saturday, March 15, 2014
Let's get started...
I decided to start this blog after taking more and more notes, and bookmarking more and more websites. This is my effort to share these things with others, in the hope that a return to Biblical Christianity will overtake the shallow, manipulative and embarrassing spectacle the church has become. I've had a theory, of sorts, for the past decade or so; it goes like this: "The purpose of life in America today is this: Consume things and Entertain yourself" There are way too many church leaders afraid to address this fundamental problem-which is just mankind's sinful nature, stretched out over an entire culture and made to look normal. Instead of preaching the need for redemption through the shed blood of Jesus, today's "feel good" church continuously tells people that they are not so bad-they just need to be more "positive." It's a vague and dishonest message. I've found that I'm not the only one concerned about the Messed Up Church. In fact, others were way ahead of me in pointing out false teachers, heresies and such. I've compiled many of their websites here; please check them out and take the time to do your own research. Why are there dozens of multimillionaire celebrity preachers teaching apostasy? Because we the church are not reading our Bibles for ourselves and recognizing charlatans in the pulpit. 2 Timothy 3:16 "All scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work." My life was radically transformed as a young teenager in the 1970s. I knew I was a sinner. I knew I was in need of a Savior. I knew it was necessary to make Jesus my Lord. I have no regrets, almost 40 years later. To God be the Glory.