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Monday, May 11, 2009

False Teachers Are God’s Judgement by Paul Washer

Hold on tight! Paul Washer slams it home again. He explains why Joel Osteen and the like is God's judgment on those who want their ears tickled. For those not familiar with Paul Washer, I want to make it clear that when Mr. Washer is rebuking the Baptist church, he is rebuking not all, but a large portion of them that choose to follow the "easy believism" model. Mr. Washer (as am I) is Southern Baptist and is probably preaching in a Baptist church in this clip. So he's not just picking on the denomination. The truth hurts.

-Chris






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8 comments:

Elmanjaggo said...

Paul Washer is spot on. It is a complete surrender to Christ Crucified for our sins. Regardless of ignorance of denominational beliefs. (I'm Roman Catholic.) While not all may have a radical conversion, you better be looking for evidence that you are continuing to sanctify in your life. Striving for truth through Christ, answering his grace with works of faith. Which will always be grounded in solid doctrine.

Chris Shanks said...

Elmanjaggo,

Thanks for visiting and both of your comments on recent posts. I agree with the above comment, as long as you mean that we are justified at conversion and that our works are not to achieve salvation, rather they are a result of or evidence of said salvation. I see that your about to start a blog. I encourage you on doing that.

-Chris

Elmanjaggo said...

I have to much respect for your effort for God's true message to bring up any disagreement in Doctrine in your blog. I believe that we both know our iniquity before the Father without the sacrafice of the Lamb. In following God's will rather then our own and being the contadiction to the world in the body of Christ.

Chris Shanks said...

Agreed my Catholic friend....I was short on time and just wanted to acknowledge your posts' and encourage you on your new blog. As you have probably seen on my blog that I have an issue with the new age infiltration of our churches and would love to follow this from a Catholic view.

Thanks again,

Chris

Anonymous said...

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Elmanjaggo said...

P.S. I do call Knoxville once in awhile. I don't leave messages since it's not an emergency. :)

knowyourscripture said...

Paul Washer produces disciples with bad fruits. Take a look at the people who are spamming his messages all over the internet and see what type of hypocrisy they are living in. Click on my link to find out

Chris Shanks said...

I wish I had more time to review (I briefly checked out your link)....it's off to vacation. But, I will check this out when time allows and post a comment. I do know women are not to be pastors/elders. This is God's word not mine. This doesn't mean they are of lesser value, just different roles. But I would disagree that Paul Washer produces disciples with bad fruit simply based on Lane agreeing with something Monica said. With that logic, then you follow the occult and Hinduism based on your love for Star Wars. I'm just saying...think about it.

-Chris