The "Dialectic Process" is
practiced by the world system in carrying out its
rebellion against God. It is a common practice in
government, corporate and educational institutions. Its
goal is to continually change your baseline of truth
by bringing opposing ideas together to form a newly
compromised position. This process is
constantly repeated to fit the prevailing
ideas of the then current culture and what it holds as truth.
Therefore making truth an ever moving target. Yet God's
truth is eternal and does not change, therefore
reflecting the unchangeable nature of God
himself (James 1:17; Heb 6:17-18). The Bible states
that the whole world-system of evil in which all the
unsaved are a part of lies in the power of Satan (1
John 5:19). See how this Satanic and fallen man
system carries out it's rebellion against God and
its deception of man.
The Endtime Observer
Most of the concern about Islam is around the radical and extremist views and actions by those within Islam who practice their faith in such a manner. This concern is not unwarranted but it should not be the only criteria used to access the dangers Islam pose. From a Christian view the greatest danger is spiritual. Islam denies the deity of Christ, the crucifixion and the resurrection as taught in the Bible. Its' system of salvation differs from that of Christianity, in addition Islam maintains that one cannot have a personal relationship with God in contrast to the Christian belief that a person can. Are you prepared to be a witness for Christ to the Muslim community?
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HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT: The major doctrines of the Faith
movement were plagiarized by Kenneth Hagin from the
teachings of E.W. Kenyon. Kenyon (1867-1948), who gained
much of his theology from the mind-science cults,
predominantly metaphysics. He incorporated these
teachings with his Christian beliefs in an attempt to
satisfy the desires for, as he termed it, a new type of
Christianity which people had been longing for. Hagin
adopted many of these ideas, adding his own theological
views gained from his days in classical Pentecostalism
and healing revivalism. The five central doctrines of
the Faith movement: Revelation Knowledge,
Identification, Faith, Healing and Prosperity, however,
were all taken from Kenyon's writings, a man who often
drank from the well of the Metaphysical cults,
particularly, New Thought and Christian Science.
A number of things taught within this movement are far outside of historical Christianity. There are flavors of new age, extra Biblical revelation, some of the things taught are blasphemous and are in direct contradiction to scripture.
What makes this movement particular dangerous to the church is that it operates under the umbrella of Christianity and is a growing world wide movement.
Below are audio examples of anti-Biblical doctrines which are being taught out of this movement by some of its main teachers and subsequently propagated by new leaders and followers.
Paula White and Larry Hutch claim Jesus was not the only begotten son of God
Ken Copeland says Jesus was "Born Again from sin, sickness, demons, death to life"
Creflo Dollar denies the deity of Christ, says that Jesus was just a man with an anointing, labels those who teach Jesus divinity as fantasy preachers
Fred Price states that God cannot do anything in this earth realm without permission
It's interesting to note that those who claim to be under "the anointing" from God attack the work and person of Christ with vigor, produce a plethora of false doctrines, have a myopic focus on material gain and comfort and will even go as far to pronounce curses and threaten those who expose them.
These false teachers and their followers are a hand in glove fit of those who are describe in 2 Pet 2:1-2 and the book of Jude.
The heretical statements continually produced within this movement not only reflect heresy, they also reflect doctrine of demons and an antichrist spirit. The tentacles of this movement is world wide with most of its impact being felt in America, Africa, and England. Despite the movements blatant anti-biblical teachings, it continues to add numbers to it ranks.
Are you ready to be obedient to God as instructed in?
Jude 22-23 where it says:
22 And of some have compassion, making a difference: 23 and others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh.