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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

'Christian' singer: Jesus may have lied about Adam, Noah

Prophecy Sign:  The last days Apostate Laodicean Church

An absolute sign that we are living in the last days is the growing lukewarm Laodicean apostate church that will be in vogue just prior to Christ's return.  Everything from calling homosexuality a gift from God, to calling Jesus a liar for holding to the creation story, to claiming worship is not for the benefit and adoration of God but for our own carnal desires, we have it all and then some rising in the midst of churches everywhere.

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

'Christian' singer: Jesus may have lied about Adam, Noah
An award-winning Christian singer is being blasted this week by the head of Answers in Genesis after the performer suggested Jesus may have been wrong about the creation story, or possibly even lied about it to fit in with popular culture. Michael Gungor, lead singer of the Grammy-nominated worship band Gungor whose hits include “Beautiful Things,” “Say So” and “Dry Bones,” made his comments in an August podcast of The Liturgists.
“And even if He was wrong, even if He did believe that Noah was a historical person, or Adam was a historical person, and ended up being wrong, I don’t understand how that even would deny the divinity of Christ. The whole idea of the divinity of Christ being fully human and fully God, that God lowered Himself to become a human being with a human brain, in a human culture with human language and human needs and human limitations,” he explained. “The point is it wouldn’t freak me out if He was wrong about it, in His human side. But I still don’t see the issue. If Noah and Adam were mythical ideas, the point of what Jesus was saying still applies to me.

Vicky Beeching, Christian rock star 'I'm gay. God loves me just the way I am'
There is no quicker, more effective way to destroy someone than to isolate them. Guards at Guantanamo Bay know this. Psychiatrists know this. Vicky Beeching, 35, British star of the American Christian rock scene, one of the most successful artists in US mega-churches and now one of the most sought-after religious commentators in Britain, knows this too.
"I'm gay," she says, confirming what is written. She has never said this publicly before – a handful of people in her private life know. She has only just told one her closest friends, Katherine, and Katherine's father, Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The enormity of the political ramifications of this disclosure scarcely have a second to sink in – a theologian who spends holy days with the Archbishop, whose God-fearing lyrics are sung by millions in America's Bible Belt, coming out as a lesbian 

Victoria Osteen Says to Do Things for Self—Not for God
A video of the wife of popular television pastor and best-selling author, Joel Osteen, has been making its way through social media. To give Victoria Osteen a huge benefit of the doubt would mean she either misspoke or we’re lacking some sort of context showing her point to be the opposite of what she said. At face value, her words are absolutely heretical and directly contrary to the words of Jesus Christ and the New Testament. Take a look at the video for yourself. 

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