Please remember: the Bible is God's Word, HOLD FIRMLY TO IT and ignore the teachings of men!
1. "God Offends the Mind to Reveal the Heart" This anti-intellectual catch phrase isn't in the Bible, and it makes Biblical confusion highly probable; it can be a foundation for manipulation through false doctrine. If anybody promotes discernment (which involves using the mind) they can be dismissed when this catch phrase is used against them. God didn't give us a mind and then expect us to stop using it. Ironically, when a false teacher says things like this, he is using a type of thinking to convince others to think a certain way.
20. "We want this church to encourage risk taking; that way you can practice trying out new spiritual techniques and get better at them!" This idea can be presented to sound very spiritual and cutting edge, but it's easy to see how quickly this "do anything and see what happens" approach can go wrong and people can get hurt. As in the previous point, the parameters of God's Word are there to keep us from being deceived and mislead. We must always ask "does this line up with scripture?" not "I heard that this might work-let's give it a shot!"
21. "All truth is God's truth, so we can seek His truth anywhere and everywhere, even from non-Christian sources." This idea sounds open-minded and "modern" (again, nobody wants to appear old-fashioned) but it falls apart quickly in the real world. If we are talking about electronics, lawn maintenance or pizza recipes, of course we can learn from non-Christians; but in spiritual matters the potential for deception should always keep us close to God's Word.
22. "Christianity has to adapt and change with the times or else it will die." This idea is just plain false. Think about it; are your religious beliefs so shallow and frail that they can't stand up against whatever new trend is permeating society? God's truth is above us, distinct from us and unchanging; otherwise it's just something we're making up as we go.