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The Uncommon Disciple
Acts 20:
Acts 20:
He Survived Among Them
He Served Beside Them
2. He
He Struggled In-Front of Them
He Spoke With Them
The Uncommon Detention
Constrained by the Spirit
Confined by the State
Commissioned by the Savior
The Uncommon Departure
A Thoughtful Departure
A Testimonied Departure
A Thorough Departure
A Trusted Departure
The Uncommon Danger - Acts 20:29-30
Foreseen Wolves
Oppressive Wolves
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The Uncommon Disclosure - Real Life Dangers
NT.
Wright
Paul continues now with bad news.
“…after my departure fierce wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock...” Now this is bad news.
Paul is promising that there will be attacks from outside the church and they are live wolves seeking to devour and kill.
But the following warning is far worse and far more heart-breaking.
“…and from among your own selves will arise men speaking twisted things, to draw away the disciples after them...”
N.T. Wright is a British theologian who wrote a great book on the resurrection of Christ.
He defended the traditional and biblical understanding of the resurrection of Jesus and the work is known and heralded as a great and wonderful apologetic for the resurrection.
Which it is.
In the latest book he wrote “The Day the Revolution Began” he wrote this: “WE have paganized our understanding of salvation, substituting the idea of God killing Jesus to satisfy his wrath for the genuinely biblical notion we are about to explore.”
N.T. Wright said that the doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement, paganism.
He calls propitiation, paganism.
Apostasy.
We are saved by no other means than the forensic justification of Christ’s substitutionary payment for our transgressions.
N.T. Wright is a British theologian who wrote a great book on the resurrection of Christ.
He defended the traditional and biblical understanding of the resurrection of Jesus and the work is known and heralded as a great and wonderful apologetic for the resurrection.
Which it is.
In the latest book he wrote “The Day the Revolution Began” he wrote this: “WE have paganized our understanding of salvation, substituting the idea of God killing Jesus to satisfy his wrath for the genuinely biblical notion we are about to explore.”
N.T. Wright said that the doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement, paganism.
He calls propitiation, paganism.
Apostasy.
We are saved by no other means than the forensic justification of Christ’s substitutionary payment for our transgressions.
Kari Job
I’ve mentioned before about Philips Craig and Dean.
But Recently, Kari Job, Hillsong, Rend Collective, and even Chris Tomlin have found their way into the den of the wicked.
Kari Job in song and through public teachings is re-introducing the heresy that Jesus went to hell when he died and defeated satan there and set the lost people that were there free.
You might think, yeah but I’m not so sure I understand that text very well about those three days.
Well I understand them and I’ll tell you in a moment.
The point where this is not merely a view but actual heresy is in the fact that Job as well as Kenneth Coapland and many other word of faith’ers say this is why Jesus died.
Denying the atonement in replace for this odd theology.
Jesus died after experiencing the wrath of God in my place.
When He said it was finished it was paid in full.
Jesus went to the Old Covenant Captives, those who were believing in the messiah yet having not known who he was.
He went into what Luke calls “Abraham’s Bosom” and takes them from “Sheol” or death, and brings them with Him to heaven.
I can prove that from simple and conspicuous passages of Scripture.
But that’s not what this time is about right now.
Christ Tomlin
Chris Tomlin often times posts quotes from famous teachers and preachers.
Most often it’s AW Tozer.
I love Tozer’s writing and his unique take on things.
He and G. Campbell Morgan began the AME churches on some great doctrinal principles that have slowly drifted into the background of that denomination.
Yesterday though Chris Tomlin revealed more of those people he reads and believes to be a good bible teacher, TD.
Jakes.
Jakes is a proponent of the positive thinking dogma, the prosperity gospel, and worst of all his heretical view of the trinity.
The only time I’ve ever quoted Jakes is when I quoted him as saying the following; “Jesus is big business in America… I think that Jesus is the product… When the product is excellent, it doesn't require a big sales pitch.”
Tomlin found that Jake’s teaching on unity was worth sharing.
Ravi Zacharias
Here’s one that hurt more than I could have imagined.
I saw this video clip Friday night as I was about to go to bed and it kept me up.
Ravi Zacharias.
Maybe you’ve heard of him.
Here are a few of his book titiles; Why Jesus.
Why Suffering, Jesus Among Secular Gods.
Can Man Live Without God.
The End of Reason.
Has Christianity Failed You? Recapture the Wonder.
The Grand Weaver.
The Real Face of Atheism.
Beyond Opinon.
New Birth or ReBirth.
Light in the Shadow of Jihad.
The Lotus and the Cross.
The Lostness of Man…
Ravi held the mystery of God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility beautifully in tension as
or holds it.
But in a recent interaction with Louie Giglio here’s what Ravi has come out with when trying to give a theodicy.
A theodicy is an answer for the age old question; If God is omnibenevolent and omnipotents, why then is there evil in the world.
Let me just play that clip for you.
It’s this important.
http://daytonafaith.com/the-doctrine/
“He will never violate the sovereignty of your will...” Blasphemy!
Vince Vitale (Oxford PhD) Likens God’s foreknowledge with human intuition.
Heresy
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