Beware of Ex-vangelical Teachings

this collection of articles addresses Ex-vangelicals who deny unpopular teachings in the Bible, some even denying the purpose of the Crucifixion of Christ. They are leading many astray and Christians need to be aware of their false teachings.

These posts address the increasingly popular movement of people who call themselves ex-vangelicals (not evangelicals), progressive Christians, deconstructionists, or revisionists: people who believe Scripture is outdated, wrongly interpreted, misunderstood, corrupted, and/or untrustworthy. The main two issues involved are the biblical view of womanhood and the biblical commands regarding LBGTQ practices. And many of these ex-vangelicals also deny that biblical explanation of Christ's crucifixion.





Trendy Apostasy: Marty Sampson

Brian Zahnd: Denying the Inerrancy of Scripture

A Serious "Christian Feminist" Error

Popular Evolution, Unpopular Creation

3 Bad Arguments for a Female God

Teachings of Joel Osteen: Beware! 

The Dangers of the popular book The Shack  

Why People Fall Away

When Destructive Sins are Celebrated

When People Abandon Faith

Standing Firm Despite Compromise in the Church

Biblical Teaching on Homosexuality

When Love=Hate

What Scripture Says About Abortion

The Biblical View of Abortion

Hate Crimes: 4 Biblical Principles

2 Popular Christian Errors

3 Reasons Unanswered Questions Should Increase our Faith

When People Reject the Inerrancy of Scripture

Wilderness Wanderers

Don’t Wander in the Wilderness

Is God a Cosmic Abuser? (Claim of The Shack author) 

Don't Lose Your Mind.

Intolerance Toward Christians.

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this collection of articles addresses Ex-vangelicals who deny unpopular teachings in the Bible, some even denying the purpose of the Crucifixion of Christ. They are leading many astray and Christians need to be aware of their false teachings.


3 comments:

  1. My son and his family are getting deep into Calvinism, and this seems very close to what's being talked about above. I see his pastor causing confusion in the true Word of God, and re-writing the bible. I'm at a lose at what I can do. All I can do is pray. My son has deep christian roots from childhood. He has known the truth, and is a born-again believer.

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    1. Hi Unknown,
      Calvinism itself is not an ex-vangelical teaching. It is something that has long been debated by Bible-believing Christians because Scripture does not clearly explain the exact juncture of God's sovereignty and man's free will. Are we chosen before time or do we choose Christ during our lifetime?

      It is a denominational difference, a non-essential difference. Although some on either side of this debate would disagree with me, most people agree that both Calvinists and non-Calvinists can be genuine, God-loving, Bible-believing Christians.

      However, I'm sure there are Calvinist doctrines that are not inside these legitimate differences. I'm sorry that your son is involved in these things. I pray the God will give you wisdom in dealing with it.

      I have a beloved family member who has bought into these ex-vangelical teachings, so I can identify with your concerns.

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  2. He was a Christian in name only then. He had zero faith. God can be His only true light we pray.

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