Jesus said on the Mount of Olives (Matt. 24) that deception would be the primary cultural sign of the last days. Even some of God’s “elect” might be deceived by false theologies. “Good would be called evil and evil good” (Isaiah 5:20). Men would substitute light for darkness and darkness for light. Apostasy would consume churches and denominations that were once solid.
Jesus in His Olivet Discourse warned that in the end times false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive. Three times in Matthew 24 Jesus made that warning.
Due to the intense story, for most readers it causes a flood of emotions to well up inside, masking the theological errors throughout the book. We didn't recommend reading the book when we reviewed it it 2008 (1), nor do we recommend seeing the movie that is coming out in March. Here's why:
NOTE: Joyner is espousing Kingdom Now/Dominion Theology--a very false teaching. -- OTM
Rick Joyner is asking two clear questions: What is it about Cyrus that is a parallel to Trump? What can we therefore expect from his administration? Joyner then goes on to offer some prophetic insight:
Popular megachurch pastor Andy Stanley has repeatedly encouraged preachers to stop using the phrase "the Bible says so" and its various iterations. In recent weeks, he has doubled down on his claim that it's time to stop appealing to the authority and inerrancy of Scripture, even within the Church, because America is now a "post-Christian" society.
The emerging church is a movement of the late 20th and early 21st century that crosses a number of theological boundaries. Followers, participants, and those who identify can be described as evangelical, post-evangelical, liberal or post-liberal, reformed, neo-charismatic, and post-charismatic. I refer to it as the Cult of Liberalism.
Note from Jan: Some weeks ago now videos and photos appeared online of a mysterious ceremony dedicating the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland. It is 35 miles long beneath a mountain and connects several European nations.
We have already seen the bizarre at Super Bowl half-time programs and the Olympics. But this lengthy presentation filmed for millions to see is the new gold standard in defining the weird, dark, and debauched.
However, most players have no biblical understanding of just what they may be embracing. That's expected in the secular world. But many Christians seem to have a problem with just jumping in the pool before checking to see if there are sharks present!
Reports nationwide are outlining how purported churches across the country are being pulled in by one of the latest societal crazes: Pokemon Go, a mobile game that has users on their feet and out on the town in an effort to capture Pokemon characters at various "PokeStops" set by the game's creators.
Lou Engle of The Call is again raising concerns after a Roman Catholic leader prostrated at his feet on Saturday in declaring that he wanted to "kiss his feet" in an act of reconciliation between Christians and Catholics, and Engle returned the act by likewise kissing the man's shoe.
The gesture took place during "Azusa Now," an event hosted by The Call, which was attended by over 100,000 people at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
An evangelical professor and former president of Fuller Theological Seminary has argued that Mormons are possibly becoming more in line with Orthodox Christian belief.