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.

Seducing The Already Lukewarm Church: Joel Osteen and Deceptive Prosperity Preaching

When one of the most popular Christian leaders in America focuses more on self-improvement, personal finances, and positive thinking than on the essential doctrines of the faith such as repentance from sin, sanctification, and the atoning work of Jesus Christ, there’s a problem. The prosperity gospel preached by men such as Joel Osteen has been described as biblically anemic theology. And millions have fallen for it.

Dangerous, Demonic, And Entirely Unbiblical: A Deep Dive Into The Enneagram

The blind and spiritually misinformed hypotheses of the Enneagram are dangerous, deceitful, and antithetical to Christianity. Unfortunately, many in the Church have been drawn into this doctrine of demons—I do not use that phrase lightly. It is one of many last days deceptions leading believers away from the Gospel, the Bible, and Christ and into searching for humanistic or mystical understandings of who we are instead of what God’s Word clearly says. 

There Is No New Revelation: What Jesus Would Say To The New Apostolic Reformation – Amir Tsarfati

There is a group today known as the New Apostolic Revelation who claim to have special revelation from God. They teach Dominion Theology, which is the belief that the church must have dominion over Education, Religion, Family, Business, Government/Military, Arts/Entertainment, and Media before Jesus can return. This is a direct contradiction of the book of Revelation and Jesus’ own words in Luke 17. The counsel of the Lord when such things happen is do not go after them or follow them.