This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series The Seven Churchs (Vlog)(This is a confinuation of “The Seven Churches” Vlog series on the churches of Revelation 1-3. You may also want to watch other videos in this series to keep within context.) The first church John was asked to address of the […]
This entry is part 20 of 23 in the series Wolves in Wool(NOTE: This is a continuation of the Wolves in Wool Series. This post assumes the prerequisite reading of earlier posts) Concerning today’s massive population of false teachers, scripture also offers several texts which warn us of the propensity of these teachers to teach […]
This entry is part 10 of 23 in the series Wolves in WoolContinuing in their pursuit of “get what you want” theology, the next major assault of the Bible in the WOF teaching concerns their doctrine of wealth. This doctrine teaches that each believer in Christ should expect to be wealthy and have the absolute […]
This entry is part 6 of 23 in the series Wolves in Wool Wolves in Wool 6 – Word of Faith Atonement Flaws: Kenoticism from Jeff Kluttz on Vimeo. Word of Faith Atonement Flaws: Kenoticism “Atonement” is the theological term for rendering one’s sins forgiven. Atonement is the process whereby sins actually become forgiven […]
In conclusion, the concepts of God “losing” his creation to man (or to Satan, depending on which theory the WOF teachers are using at the moment) and being dependent upon man, are both utterly unsound theologically and rationally: Theologically, because scripture never teaches nor even hints at God having lost his foothold on earth nor in all of creation, and rationally because one who loses his control over his creation cannot be rightfully called God, as he will have been usurped by one more powerful than himself.
Not only is God creator, and man subservient, but man belongs to God: “we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.” o God rules man Psalm 139:15-16 (NIV) 15 My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place.
It is not a haphazard “I really think” but a wholehearted “I believe and will live or die by it.” The Object of Faith Lastly, in order to fully understand the error of WOF teachings regarding faith, one must understand that faith has an object, much like love or hate.
I said, “What?” He said, “A born-again man defeated Satan, the firstborn of many brethren defeated him.” He said, “You are the very image, the very copy of that one.” I said, “Goodness, gracious sakes alive!” And I began to see what had gone on in there, and I said, “Well now you don’t mean, you couldn’t dare mean, that I could have done the same thing?” He said, “Oh yeah, if you’d had the knowledge of the Word of God that He did, you could have done the same thing, ’cause you’re a reborn man too.” Kenneth Copeland, “What Happened from the Cross to the Throne,” audio Acts 4:12 (NIV) 12 Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved.” (and no, this text wasn’t written about Ken Copeland) In this category, students are expected to trust the unverifiable revelation knowledge of the teachers, even though this knowledge literally changes scripture, such as in Copeland’s case;
1 Timothy 6:3-5 (NIV) 3 If anyone teaches false doctrines and does not agree to the sound instruction of our Lord Jesus Christ and to godly teaching, 4 he is conceited and understands nothing.