The idea there is a Lucifer as Satan is a myth, and if anyone can read Hebrew or ask any rabbi, it will be revealed that Isaiah is talking about the king of Babylon. The Christian community is trying to link this with the statement Jesus made “I saw Satan fall from heaven.”
If there has been written a more powerful, more timely and more necessary smackdown of the SBC’s Russell Moore than in Farah’s column, I certainly have not seen it. Jospeh took no prisoners, suffered no fools and showed no fear. There were no holds barred and no quarters asked. He called out the man’s unbiblical positions and actions in no uncertain terms, and he told us exactly why he had to do that.
That foul liberal takes the wrong side on almost every moral matter. Russell is doing everything he can to take down his own chu ... continue reading »
Thanks for your article on Russel Moore. I did not know the details about him but the Southern Baptist Convention has been doing some strange things in recent years, and I think their leaders certainly are drifting from biblical truth and integrity.
People should follow the word of God instead of “denominational headquarters” anyway. I wish they would. Religious leaders have been leading their followers away from the truth for centuries. “Communitarian” says it all. I know what that means.
What is really sad is soon this Nazism will come here to America. Political parties generally only stay in power eight years (although rarely 12 and sometimes only four). What donkey will be America’s Führer? And how long do we have till we find out?
I just realized today one of the reasons I’m not as enthused about WND.com as I was years ago. Richard Rives. His prominence on your website along with his own emphasis on keeping the Old Testament Law is discordant to me.
If you feel you must heavily, regularly feature a Bible teacher, Ray Comfort or Greg Laurie are closer to fundamental Christianity.
The level of endorsement you give to Mr. Rives and his discordant interpretation of Scripture (which comes across to me very much like Seventh Day Adventism) has hurt my opini ... continue reading »