London pastor despises notion only Christians allowed in heaven

Steve Chalke, a man who calls himself a Christian pastor at a church called Oasis in London, has released a series of videos espousing one world religion and universalism. He makes arguments that set up Christian teachings as straw men so he can tear them down. In his haste to tear down true Christian doctrines,... Continue Reading →

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Luciferians of the UN are praying for “Scorpio” power on full moon weekend

In case you hadn't heard, this weekend is a "Beaver Moon" where the full moon will be real close to Earth. It's slightly smaller than a supermoon, missing out on supermoon status by one day. Luciferians are taking this opportunity to gather in Geneva, London, and New York. These festivals held by the Lucis Trust, the... Continue Reading →

Where true saints should never fear to tread

Right before Moses died, he gave Israel a rousing benediction in Deuteronomy 33. It may have been addressed to that ancient nation, but the principle of that Holy Spirit-filled benediction can be applied to Christ's church, the spiritual Israel (see Galatians 6:15-16; Ephesians 2:12-13). Nevertheless, to be clear when I say that, I  don't mean... Continue Reading →

Marketing with Mariolatry: are weeping Marys increasing?

As the Catholic Church (RCC) continues to grow around the world, there are regions where it has faced some challenges due in part to corruption within the church, especially when it comes to sexual assaults of children that are then covered up. One of the main areas where it has slightly slipped in numbers and influence is... Continue Reading →

Bad boy gone good: how & why God forgave a murderous occultist

Manasseh, the king of Judah and son of the righteous king Hezekiah, must have had some type of "daddy issues." In spite of him witnessing how his father's righteousness had made Judah become the most prosperous it had ever been, including technological advances (2 Kings 20:20), Manasseh rebelled against everything his father did and reversed... Continue Reading →

Occultic religion santería boosts Cuba’s economy

In the Americas and Caribbean Region, interest in the occultic religion Santería seems to be intensifying. According to an article in the online magazine Vibe, Cuba is seeing heavy profits from the religion's popularity (especially in Latin American/Caribbean communities). What is Santería? Santería is an eclectic mix of African voodoo, indigenous Caribbean paganism, and Roman Catholicism. It... Continue Reading →

ELCA’s agreement with the RCC: is unity or doctrine more important?

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America's recent statement of agreement with the Roman Catholic Church stressed, in their opinion, how vital it is to focus on unity and the common ground both bodies share instead of a preoccupation with doctrinal differences that they are slowly and quietly working on. Their ecumenical decision begs the question: which... Continue Reading →

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