This is an old article, written by Rob McAlpine in 2003, which describes the process of detoxing from church. He looks at the outcomes of what can sometimes be a lengthy healing process, and demonstrates how for some Christians it can be an essential part of their journey to maturity in Christ. For brevity’s sake, … More Detoxing from Church
On Teddy’s behalf, here is the following: It looks like a bunch of separate examples have been edited into the one video. Todd Bentley, kicking people for God – or claiming to. Thanks, Teddy.
This article is from Don Francisco’s website… Pharisee Test The National Heart Health Association has issued an alert. “An ancient disease is on the rise, “Pharisaitis”. Symptoms: Cranial swelling, atrophied heart, upturning of the nose, and blind spots. Populations at Risk: Those active in religious circles and particularly in leadership should take precautionary measures to … More Take the Pharisee Test
Here is part of an article from a Catholic Library putting the case for God using sickness to achieve good. They neither deny the power of God to heal miraculously nor the possibility of God achieving good through the illness. Does God Always Heal? Today some Christians go to extremes in their expectation of divine … More Does God Use Sickness for Good?
Teddy has provided the following message from John Macarthur: May 23rd, 2008 Can we pray out loud?(By John MacArthur) The following is adapted from a Grace Church Q&A session. Can Satan hear what we say and know our thoughts? Should we avoid praying out loud because Satan might hear us? There is nothing in the … More Does Satan Know Our Thoughts?
Clearly not having a problem with his own doctor, a back specialist, and someone he’s known and trusted since he was 5 years old. Obviously not calling him evil or of the devil. In fact, he says of him, “He’s turned out good!” Someone’s got it wrong! The whole idea of Word of Faith teachers … More What Copeland actually says about doctors
Thanks to Teddy for supplying this question from “Ship of Fools” Forum: The History of the church is littered with schism from the filioque clause in the Nicene creed to the ordination of women bishops in the Anglican Church today. Does God support or reject both sides of our human arguments? Why is it that … More Everyone Else is Wrong!
Being disillusioned with traditional church forms, it would be easy to fall into the trap of dismissing all that is in them – including many people – as missing God’s intent, or of little value. In more extreme cases, one could argue that one should not associate with them at all – if we think … More Judging Others by Their View of Church
Yep. It’s been and gone. Unfortunately I stumbled across some of their advertisements. Listened to them. I feel sorry for Josh Kelsey. A great man of God has sold his brains to Phil. This is advertising in the Christian church that should be illegal. Noone should use guilt and makeup doctrine or twist doctrine to … More Pervers-atisements for CCC’s Awakening 2008
I’ve moved this discussion to its own thread, since it may be of interest to people not interested in the original thread. Here’s the rerun – all about the roles of men and women in marriage (so far)… # ravingpente: I’m not a ’secular feminist’, but I am grateful for the work they did combatting … More Are Wives to Husbands as Children to Parents?