False Doctrine: Doublespeak


Spiritual Minefield

satanIn Matthew 4:5-6, the devil used Scripture to try to make Jesus sin against God by twisting its meaning

Folks, we must understand and acknowledge that when we see Biblical doctrine being taught and it seems to be moving away from the sound teachings as found in the New Testament, we must warn the believers of a potential landmine. I have come across MODCONSPIRACY’s blog in reference to Dee and the dialogue they had. Dee’s interpretation regarding the End Times [the Book of Revelation] is not just off, but scary off. We as believers are living in unparalleled times and really close to the return of Jesus Christ. 

Jesus wants all His children to know, at least the basics, concerning His second coming. 

Matthew 16:2-3

2 He replied, “When evening comes you say, ‘It will be good weather because the sky is red.’ 3 And in…

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3 thoughts on “False Doctrine: Doublespeak

  1. Please don’t reblog posts of this manner before hearing the other side.

    This is my reply to SpaniardVIII which is still awaiting moderation:

    SpaniardVIII.

    You may question my genuineness in saying this, but I want to thank you for being fair and sincere in your post about me. I think you are speaking from your heart and you truly care about what you see as error. I wish you would have confronted me personally, as the Bible instructs us to do, but since you chose to post publicly, I hope you will also choose to post my response to each of the issues you present.

    The Pre-Wrath Rapture view that I teach is not something I made up. It is a growing view that many people in the Church share. My intention in presenting it is to warn people that a pre-tribulation rapture ‘may not’ be what we as a Church experience. There are also many books on the subject, some of which are:

    The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church – by Marvin Rosenthal
    The Sign – by Robert Van Kampen
    Anti-Christ Before The Day of the Lord – by Alan Kurschner
    And, to be fair: The Pre-Wrath Rapture View: An Examination and Critique

    The truth is, none of us knows exactly when the rapture will happen. If the Bible were 100% clear on this issue, there would be only one view and not many, as there are now. To staunchly defend one view over another, and accuse those who disagree of spreading false doctrine, is not an act worthy of a Watchman.

    Secondly, I completely understand your concern over this statement: “Let me be clear: I place little to no value on traditional biblical views”. The word tradition or traditional refers only to inherited, established, or customary patterns of thought, action, or behavior. To say that I place little to no value on ‘traditional’ Biblical views is to say that I don’t necessarily hold to everything the Church teaches in response to what the Bible says.

    For instance, Romans 8:26-27 says: “In the same way the Spirit also helps our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we should, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words; and He who searches the hearts knows what the mind of the Spirit is, because He intercedes for the saints according to the will of God.” How many times have you heard this taught in relation to speaking in tongues? Depending on the type of church you attend, you will hear it often. I do believe in speaking in tongues, but is that really what this scripture says? No, it says the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words. Not that we start praying for ourselves with words of another tongue.

    This is just an example of what I mean when I say that I do not follow or teach tradition for the sake of tradition. I am not attacking the Bible. Nor am I attempting to teach strange doctrine. Everything I teach is according to the letter of the Word. God’s word, not man’s. Most of what I teach lines up with traditional views, but my goal is not to teach tradition or what other people think the Bible means. But what the Bible actually says.

    As for referring to the didache. I know this is a great source of contention, so let me give you some background. The blogger with whom I was conversing holds to the fact that the early Christians (not in the book of Acts, but in history) held to a pre-tribulational rapture belief. This is not conveyed in the post that contains our comments, so the relevance is absent. He makes this statement as an historical fact and I presented an historical defense by referencing a valid historical writing that clears refutes his statement. If you honestly look at my statement and the relevant facts, you will see that I did not go in search of Truth within the Didache. I fully understand that this book is just a book, written by men. It is not the Bible and it does not contain TRUTH.

    I am not attacking the Bible. Nor am I attempting to teach strange doctrine. Everything I teach is according to the letter of the Word. God’s word, not man’s. Most of what I teach lines up with traditional views, but my goal is not to teach tradition or what other people think the Bible means. But what the Bible actually says. If for this, I am being publicly discredited and labeled as teaching false doctrine or ‘double speak’ (and that without a chance to first defend my words), then I concede.

    Thank you.

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