When I see friends posting and re-posting quotes from false teachers, I go into fits of agony. In this essay, she writes about how important it is to be mindful and careful of who we re-post, re-tweet, and otherwise promote on social media. It matters, for five reasons.
It Matters Who We Share, Pin, and Re-Tweet
I find myself wincing a bit when I see people –who I know genuinely love Jesus—sharing, pinning, and re-tweeting quotes from false teachers such as Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer, T.D. Jakes, and Christine Caine, just to name a few. Why? What’s wrong with the encouraging, even biblical, at times, things these people say? ... But, still, the quotes we share and the people who said them matter. Why?
In this post, we learn 7 Godly Responses When Someone Says You’re Following a False Teacher
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I'm a sucker for lists.
Jeff Maples at Psalm 12 Outreach posted an excellent essay titled The rise of the feminine Church of Eden. I've written about the "Christian Feminists" before, notably in a three-part essay. I'd compared what these women say to what they do, and to scripture and despite their protestations and Christianese language, they are living a very feminist life. However, Mr Maples takes it from a different perspective, a man's. He urges husbands to step up and provide the obviously missing oversight to their wives so they would not be taken in by false doctrines these feminist teachers and preachers promote. It is a very good article.
The End Time: How the Christian secret feminists are reforming the definition of biblical womanhood. Part 1
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