The Church-Growth Movement (Seeker-Sensitive) is about having large numbers of people in the church by any means necessary rather than with the pure gospel.
The Word of Faith Movement, also known as the prosperity gospel, is an attempt to utilize God for personal benefit based upon supposed truths from the Bible.
Biblical ideas like sanctification, discipleship, & prayer have taken on new meanings in many institutions titled Spiritual Formations (Spiritual Disciplines).
The Emergent Church Movement is all about a new church, relevant and sensitive to the culture, appearing on the scene for a world that is “searching.”
The New Apostolic Reformation emphasizes “new apostles/prophets,” spiritual warfare, & inaccurately views that Christians are to establish dominion over society.
The Signs & Wonders Movement (Third Wave) is all about “power evangelism” and miracles, healings, prophecies, and speaking in tongues rather than the gospel.
The Purpose Driven Life® by Rick Warren presents “a different Jesus.” The name is impregnated with a meaning other than that of the real Jesus.
Scripture is the only sure foundation for Christians. What happens when there is a subtle shift off of God’s Word? We cover several examples here.
The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson presents a legend as a sacred symbol for Christians to emulate. But is it biblical? This book review explains.
Did you know the 40 Days of Purpose by Rick Warren presents a false gospel? This review of the introductory video shows you that reality.
Have you considered the message of The Jesus Storybook Bible? This review explains that it is actually an unbiblical view of God the Father and the nature of the fall.
Postmodernism declared everyone’s truth was equally valid and everyone had a right to their own truth claims. But likewise, the culture can more easily infiltrate the Postmodern Church. Who will win the infiltration contest?