Roberts Liardon has done an unwitting service for the entire church of the 20th Century in his reconstruction of the rise of Pentecostalism in his 12-volume video series, “God’s Generals,” and the book by the same title.
Michael Voris is a man on a mission. The general of Church Militant in Detroit, Michigan, is fighting a Holy War against an evil empire that has stolen the ‘keys to the kingdom.” But can a monolith the size of the Holy Roman Catholic Church be reformed?
A common trait of today’s false prophets, as exemplified by the NAR and the Elijah List, is the pursuit of signs and wonders, and the sensationalistic guarantee of God’s power and glory showing up in their meetings.
Many discernment ministries have already written about the bad doctrines espoused by Bickle. Now it is time to examine his ministries’ finances. Are they transparent? Are there red flags (besides bad doctrine) that Christians should closely examine?
As we walk with God, we will enjoy the process of discovery, for God has hidden truths for us. “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.” – Proverbs 25:2
“Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly.” – Leviticus 19:15 NIV…
This year marks the Jubilee of events in church history — from the 500 year anniversary of The Reformation to the 100th anniversary of the Fatima apparitions to the 50th anniversary of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
“Exodus from Rome” is a scholarly, but readable refutation of Roman Catholic claims and dogmas by Dr. Todd Baker, staff theologian for the Zola Levitt Ministries.
Following the spectacular implosion of President Nixon’s political career in the Watergate scandal, Warner Brothers released the drama “All The President’s Men.” In a key scene informant Deep Throat tells Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, “Just follow the money.”
Imagine if you will a 13-year-old girl having just been raped by a 30-year-old man, still in the state of shock – almost catatonic – sobbing uncontrollably, telling her grandmother, an ordained minister, about the trauma she had just experienced.