The following is a public preview of the introductory chapter to the author’s upcoming book, Apostasy! This book will be based largely on the resarch work in the Wolves in Wool series on this blog. A cancer is spreading at an alarming rate in the modern church. It expresses a heretical doctrine which exchanges the glory [...]
This entry is part 14 of 23 in the series Wolves in WoolDeconstruction of Hell Deconstruction is a philosophical idea which fits nicely into post-modern, and consequently emergent, thought processes. Essentially, deconstruction is the systematic removal of all certainty and propositional truth from a text based on the assumption (loosely) that a text finds its [...]
This entry is part 13 of 23 in the series Wolves in WoolReligious Relativism (part 2 of Emergent Characteristics) “Relativism” is the philosophical concept that a certain aspect of one’s experience is dependent upon another. For example, one person may believe an individual to be beautiful while another person believes that same individual to be [...]
This entry is part 12 of 23 in the series Wolves in WoolIntroduction The Emergent/Emerging movement needs special explanation concerning its inclusion in the Wolves in Wool: Creeps in The Church series. More specifically, a disclaimer should be noted concerning this movement. Unlike the Word of Faith movement studied up to this point, the Emergent/Emerging [...]
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.