We are living in exciting times. The Signposts point to Jesus soon return.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Churches warned: 'Tidal wave of gay theology' looming

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing apostasy in the Church


We just completed reading the new book from Tom Horn titled "Blood on the Altar - The coming war between Christian vs Christian", and there is no question that the future will see nominal worldly Christianity battle against true Biblical Christianity in all spheres of influence.  We are seeing the first salvos in that battle in the areas of homosexual acceptance by the Church and in the creation of doctrinal lite seeker friendly mega-churches that pander to carnal felt needs rather than spiritual needs and the eternal destination of the soul/spirit.  This was all prophesied to happen in the last days.

For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. 2 Timothy 4:3 NIV

Churches warned: 'Tidal wave of gay theology' looming
An evangelical Christian worship singer who has been urging churches to change their doctrine on homosexual behavior since announcing she is a lesbian is at the forefront of a coming tidal wave of “infiltration” of the church by promoters of the “gay” agenda, contends evangelical attorney, evangelist and activist Scott Lively. Lively, president of Abiding Truth Ministries, said that with insiders on the offensive such as Vicky Beeching, a British-born artist who has become popular among evangelicals in the U.S., he expects “attacks on Christians in America like we’ve never seen before.”
http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/churches-warned-tidal-wave-of-gay-theology-looming/

Mark Driscoll's 'Empire' Is Imploding, Says NYT; Megachurch Pastor to Make Special Announcement Sunday
The New York Times summarized Driscoll's fall from grace in an article published Friday in which it categorized his "empire" as appearing to be "imploding." "He has been accused of creating a culture of fear at the church, of plagiarizing, of inappropriately using church funds and of consolidating power to such a degree that it has become difficult for anyone to challenge or even question him," the Times stated. "A flood of former Mars Hill staff members and congregants have come forward, primarily on the Internet but also at a protest in front of the church, to share stories of what they describe as bullying or 'spiritual abuse,' and 21 former pastors have filed a formal complaint in which they call for Mr. Driscoll's removal as the church's leader."

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