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Their desire to portray Christians as rich, beautiful, healthy, perfect, and virtually sinless (holiness) went directly against the example of Jesus, the Apostles and the early church. Those principles are still at work today in many churches.
Following is a list of some of the things the enemy wants to see in churches and Christians in order to bring them down.
I began to notice how that tree has proliferated almost everywhere and then my wife looked up the information on this tree on the web.
As she began to read the facts about this tree and its proliferation I began to see an allegorical parallel to what is going on in much of Christendom.
I run a web site where I collect articles and materials from all over the world and present them in a sort of Reader's Digest format so that people can come to one place to get the latest information on heresies in the churches as well as research past ones.
What I've seen in the last couple of years is that the production of regular materials is declining to the point where it's becoming difficult to find one article for my site to post every day.
In the introduction to Mike Oppenheimer's and my book "Idolatry In Thier Hearts" I exposed the fact that Don Richardson pulled the phrase "Eternity In Thier Hearts" to use as his book title from it's context in Ecc. He did this to support his thesis, which actually contradicts the second part of that verse, where it states that man cannot fathom what God has done.
Jacob Prasch has repeated this phrase in his teachings over the years …
“A text, out of context, in isolation from co-text is always a pre-text."A huge problem today is that individuals and movements tend to yank verses out of their context and build a cult of heresy around them.
At that time I didn’t know that Oral Roberts was carrying on the Word of Faith traditions of New Thought practitioners such as Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Essex Kenyan, Norman Vincent Peale, Robert Schuler, and many other false teachers of the time.
Though I didn’t know anything about Word of Faith or New Thought then I knew that the way they were representing Christianity was just not right somehow. Lewis called "Screwtape Letters" was a clever idea in exposing a number of tactics of the enemy.