Saturday, January 24, 2015

Liberty University Continues It's Apostacy

Liberty University:
"Spring 2015 Convocation schedule includes Virginia Governor, television personalities, and more

Liberty University has announced its Spring 2015 Convocation schedule, which includes New Orleans Saints tight end Ben Watson, Christian author Beth Moore, television producer Mark Burnett (“Survivor,” “The Voice,” “The Bible,” “A.D.”), Fox News host Sean Hannity, Grammy Award-winning artist Kirk Franklin, television personality Sean Lowe (“The Bachelor”), Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, and next generation leader Matt Chandler."


“We are thrilled about this semester’s guest list,” said David Nasser, Liberty’s senior vice president for Spiritual Development. 

Liberty is also excited to partner with Christian author, speaker, and humanitarian Christine Caine to launch her new initiative, Propel, designed to encourage and equip women for leadership. Propel launch week, Jan. 26-30, includes Convocations with Caine, Hillsong (New York) pastor Carl Lenz, and Beth Moore, as well as worship lead by Kari Jobe and Meredith Andrews.

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HIllsong pastor Carl Lentz, Matt Chandler and former Hillsong pastor Christine Caine are also speakers at the Passion Conference where they will be joined by John Piper. Same network of false teachers. Same lies of Satan to seduce these young men and women to looking to the world  instead of Scripture. The same lie Satan used to seduce Eve to go outside of Scripture and to rebel against the King, and thus going to the flesh to eat of the tree of KNOWLEDGE of good and evil.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Discernment and Maturity

 "until we all attain to the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ. As a result, we are no longer to be children, tossed here and there by waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in deceitful scheming" (Ephesians 4:13-14 NASB).
One of the distinguishing marks of Christian maturity is discernment. If you are a Christian you must grow in discernment. If you are not discerning at all then you are immature or worse. Consequently, it is an inexorable spiritual law for the Christian to move from infancy to childhood to adulthood (i.e. spiritually). Discernment comes from a person's commitment to sound doctrine from the Living Word of God. The mature man possess the ability to detect false doctrine, false brethren and whether or not another is trying to deceive them (cf. Eph 4:14 c-e). This is the path to maturity. What is more, the writer to the Hebrews explains how maturity is measured by a persons discernment and how discernment is developed in a person when he writes, "But solid food is for the mature, who because of practice have their senses trained to discern good and evil" (Hebrews 5:14).
Therefore, biblical maturity is not measured by how much life experience one has (i.e. 20 yrs of life experience or 50 yrs of life experience; everyone has life experiences). Likewise, biblical maturity is not measured by one's previous success (cf. Philippians 3:13-15 ESV), or how much education one has, or one's monetary- socioeconomic status etc etc. Rather the Word of God says that the discerning man is the mature man and the ultimate standard of maturity is Christ (i.e. the Living Word of God) revealed by the written word of God... "until we all attain to the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ." (Ephesians 4:13 NASB).
-(Eric Powers), BCRI

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Voddie Bachaum on MLK

The "Gospel" Coalition and Thabit Anyabwile, listen up.....

How Do We Get So Many Differences In Color Of People If We Call Came From Two People, Adam and Eve?

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Growing In Grace

"When a minister asked a simple countryside woman what was her concept of "growing in grace," she replied, "A Christian’s growth in grace is like the growth of a cow’s tail." Puzzled at her reply, he asked for an explanation. Whereupon she said, "The more a cow’s tail grows, the nearer it comes to the ground; and the more a Christian grows in grace, the more does he take his place in the dust before God." Ah, she had been taught from above something with which many an eminent theologian and commentator is unacquainted. Growth in grace is a growth downward: it is the forming of a lower estimate of ourselves; it is a deepening realization of our nothingness; it is a heartfelt recognition that we are not worthy of the least of God’s mercies."

~Arthur Pink, "Spiritual Growth" & photo source

Friday, January 16, 2015

The "Gospel" Coalition, Thabiti Anyabwile, and the Christian

We would disagree with the "Gospel" Coalition and Thabiti Anyabwile, that the Christian who does not incite anger among blacks for "injustices" must be identified as escapists. It would be better served to label such Christians as prioritists. Where his approach has been wrong is that he provides mere commentary to man's condition. He desires to "love" them through this condition, without offering the remedy, the true biblical Gospel as a salve for man's anger, lust, disobedience and rebellion. Although quoting Martin Luther King will certainly resonate with the niche TGC and Thabiti have been doggedly trying to reach, whatever King's sorrows stems not from indifference, but because he too aimed to remedy an eternal issue with temporal resources. It must also be said that King's sorrow is because he employed powerless "new age" methods, ecumenical desires, sinful "civil" disobedience, all informed by his false views on Christ. This is the hard truth. 

But here at BCRI, we do not desire to treat the black community, or any other community as they have been treated: victims in need more race-baiting "Christian" jargon. Rather, we desire to identify all races, blacks included as rebels in Adam, who have rebelled against a holy God in need of repentance and faith in Jesus Christ, and the sorrow that has overcome my race and other races is not remedied with marches, empathetic. It is not only time to recognize self-pity as a sin, but to oust "leaders" who continue to use "the Gospel" as an exploitation method of helping you toward a better tomorrow. When, in reality, this psychology method is misleading, there is no better tomorrow for any individual(s), all races included that shake their fists at their Creator. There is only one common ancestor of every man, not found in Christ: Adam. And in him, all die unless they repent. This is the simplicity of solving man's condition upon the earth. Our powerless empathy will do nothing for you when you stand before God in Christ at the judgment seat. Although our empathy will register with temporal society whose minds are fixed on earthly things and utopian progress. Representing a Kingdom not of this world, and the only biblical Jesus Christ of this Kingdom, does not make us escapists, but disciples. It is time that we begin to "preach" the law and the Gospel to save the lost, instead of misusing the term "Gospel" for psychological, sociological, and other means. As sure as this post will incite misguided anger, is equal testimony to how distracted Americanism has become, and how unrecognizable true Christianity is to her.

~Doron Gladden, BCRI

Civil Disobedience for the Christian?

Submission is not exempted because of race, geography, feelings, or experiences. Subjection is commanded. This includes police officers, judges, governors, prime ministers, Presidents, and other governing authorities. Appealing to the "Gospel" in order to rebel against these "ministers" of God is a sin. Using the pulpit as a means to incite rebellion against these authorities is equally a sin and has more to do with the false social gospel than the biblical gospel of Jesus Christ. It is fleshly and much like the chief architect of rebellion, Satan, to imply that authorities must be overthrown or resisted. The Christian is only commanded to disobey said authorities when he/she is asked to do that which is against Scripture. If this is not the case, then as cheerfully and dutifully as he desires to rebel, is as cheerfully as he must obey, to please His Lord. Do not test the authorities with your rebellion, because it is God who has given them the sword to execute judgment on those who disobey. And equally, lust for disobedience and contempt against governing authorities is a sure sign that one may not be a Christian at all.


Thabiti Anyabwile: beware

Thabiti Anayabwile was a speaker at the Truth and Life Conference last night (Thursday). He spoke against police officers as if they are our enemies and therefore need to love them too. But this is against Romans 15. To get young people stirred up against the police as the enemy is to be rebellious against God’s ordained order. I’m astounded TMC would be ok with such rebellion.
Thabiti is also part of The Gospel Coalition, and this sounds like angry social justice, not biblical Truth.
Additionally it appears he promoted Cross 15 Conference (which appears to be New Calvinist—not biblical) & mentioned Piper, who will be a speaker there. I have extreme concern about Piper who is known to be a New Calvinist, and who defies 2 John 9-11. Piper stands with Word of Faith false teachers (Carl Lentz, pastor and feminist Christine Caine), mystic and pro-Roman Catholic feminist Beth Moore, x-rated disgraced Mark Driscoll, as well as inter-faith univeralist Rick Warren. Worst of all, Piper denies the necessity of Justification belonging to the Gospel and salvation.


Even while writing this, and doing more research as things came to the forefront, I must update here.

The bewilderment is gone. Now it all makes sense. Thabiti Anyabwile AKA Ron Burns, born and raised in America, became a convert to Islam (Nation of Islam?) in 1991, got saved in 1995. Still to this day he has kept his Muslim name and Malcom X as one of his favorite authors, along with his Black liberation theology. According to another article, Burns was an activist with early childhood education--just rings a lot like Obama---activism, black liberation theology--name change. This is VERY concerning.

Here's his Black Liberation theology defense promoted through The Gospel Coalition:


....It’s like the man who wrote to lecture me on the scripture, how it never commands God’s people to protest or organize or march. He tells me Christianity is completely unconcerned about such things. He claims to be “orthodox” and charges me with careening off some “liberal” cliff into the abyss of the “social gospel.”
This man is blind. He means well, no doubt. But he doesn’t see how he not only removes the Scripture from real life concern, but also abandons his own “orthodox” view of the Bible. In a more abstract context he would tell me the Bible is sufficient. He’s quote a text like 2 Tim. 3:16-17—....
And this is why Evangelicalism—safe far away from the cliff of “liberal” theology—has backed its heels onto the opposite cliff of complete irrelevance to the residents of Ferguson, who want to know if God remembers them, loves them, or cares about them at all. Does God the Judge answer the cries of the disenfranchised, the poor, the weak, the fatherless? Is there a hope of justice for mothers and fathers bereft of their children playing in the park, or husbands and fathers choked to death on city sidewalks? Have we no answer for them?
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That seems to be quite a caricature of what biblical Christians believe about Scripture's teaching on issues like politics, slavery, orphans, injustice. To jump to that conclusion when someone seemed to just remark biblically, that the Bible doesn't tell us to protest or march, is a HUGE leap.

Scripture states that the poor we will always have with us. It states slavery is wrong. It tells us in Romans 13 we are to submit to our government and it's leaders, not rebel against them and Acts says we can ONLY IF they command us to disobey God. Last time I checked, our government never commanded anyone to enslave people or insult them, etc. Scripture doesn't tell Christians to fight political causes. It tells us to live righteous lives consistent with Scripture. What Ron Burns advocates IS liberalism and Black Liberation Theology at that. It's fleshly-focused, not Christ-focused. So much so that he's making gross generalizations about police officer both online at at TMC. He is, after all, a student of Malcome X.

God is into social justice?
Isa 9:17  Therefore the Lord does not take pleasure in their young men, Nor does He have pity on their orphans or their widows; For every one of them is godless and an evildoer, And every mouth is speaking foolishness. In spite of all this, His anger does not turn away And His hand is still stretched out.

An astute TMC student noted after this disaster of a message at "Truth and Life":


What I'm still trying to understand is how in two cases where the perps were clearly guilty of a crime and dealt with in such a way that was proven not to be racially motivated has now turned into a discussion on how the "white Church" needs to fix its problems. First off, Mike Brown wasn't a Christian, and for all we know neither is Darren Wilson. Forensics as well as the APB put out on Brown proved two things: 1. He robbed a store and was being sought after by police. 2. When found, he charged after a police officer and was shot at close range. This has no ecclesiastical connection, but people will exploit such for the sake of their own credibility and relevancy. As for the Eric Garner case, likewise, Garner was no Christian, at least it can be observed by the fruit of both he and Brown that neither claimed Christ as Lord. The police officers who wrestled him to the ground were all under the supervision of a black, female police officer, who also was under the supervision of a black police officer. These officers were told to patrol this particular area more thoroughly because of illegal sales and what do ya know? There was the repeat offender Eric Garner. The rest is history, but do you see the disconnect? Only a fool and a subtle racist would stand behind a pulpit to make these two cases connect to the Church at large. It seems to me that people should be taking heed to more Voddie Baucham and less Thabiti Anyabwile.

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The evangelical church is increasingly aware of the need to witness to Christ in acts of mercy, especially since some evangelicals in the past spoke almost exclusively of individualistic and future salvation. In reaction, some today are adopting “orthopraxy” (right action) as their main emphasis, downplaying or even abandoning “orthodoxy” (right belief). But good works and sound belief cannot be separated. Alas, instead of a biblical balance, we face the serious danger of a new form of the old “social gospel,” which turns the Christian faith into a system of salvation by works, Jesus into a mere example, like the Buddha, Socrates or Lao Tzu, and Christianity into one variant of interfaith good will. But orthopraxy alone cannot preach the gospel. We as redeemed sinners must “confess with our mouth that Jesus is Lord.”

~Peter Jones 

Word of Faith Leader Gets Endorsements From Celebrities

Stand Up For The Truth gives new report of a renewed spiritual war, this time including famous names:

Back when this alleged “revival” was spreading throughout the church, author and former New Ager Warren B. Smith wrote an article that expressed his concerns about what was taking place. His 1994 piece was titled “Holy Laughter or Strong Delusion?” and was featured in a discernment newsletter and later reprinted in other Christian magazines and journals. The article’s main focus was on South African evangelist Rodney Howard-Browne—the man who was responsible for bringing the “holy” laughter “revival” into the church. As countless people flocked to Toronto to get “hit” with “holy” laughter, Smith urged everyone to take a closer look at what was being called a “revival.”
With no apologies for “holy” laughter and the strange manifestations associated with his “holy” laughter “revival,” a somewhat reinvented Rodney Howard-Browne now pastors a 3,000-member church in Tampa, Florida. He is frequently found preaching on cable channels around the country.
Howard-Browne also heads Revival Ministries International and presents “Global Awakening” conferences throughout the world. In the summer of 2014, he organized and headlined a much ballyhooed two-week “Celebrate America” event that was held in Washington D.C. In asking for financial support for the event on his website, Howard-Browne asked people to “invest in the Great Awakening” that he believes he has been ordained by God to lead. Some of those who spoke alongside him included Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Senate Chaplain Barry Black, Retired Colonel Oliver North, Lieutenant General William “Jerry” Boykin, author/columnist Dr. Ben Carson, and best-selling author Jonathan Cahn (author of The Harbinger)....

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Here are some of the 14 warnings against Howard-Browne/Third Wave Pentecostal "Laughing" Revival Smith gives (I suggest reading all of them):

(1) There is no biblical precedent for “holy” laughter.
Laughter is rarely mentioned in the Bible. Yet, when it is, the Bible seems to make more of a case for holy sorrow than for “holy” laughter. Scripture supports Solomon’s contention that “sorrow is better than laughter.” It does not support the present “laughing revival.”
(2) Substituting the word joy for laughter is a non sequitur. It is inaccurate and misleading.
There is no scriptural authority for equating biblical references to joy with the involuntary manifestations of “holy” laughter. Just because there are insufficient Bible texts to make the case for “holy” laughter, it does not follow that you can simply redefine the word laughter by substituting the word joy.
(3) “Holy” laughter advocates rarely, if ever, discuss the need to test the spirits.
The Bible warns us that not every supernatural manifestation is necessarily from God. 1 John 4:1says, “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” Charles and Francis Hunter write in their book Holy Laughter, “Once you begin to walk in the supernatural you really have to be ready for anything and everything and never question the way God does it!”
(4) “Holy” laughter advocates rarely, if ever, talk about the Spirit’s express warning that in the latter times some people will be supernaturally seduced by deceptive evil spirits into following them and not the one true God.
1 Timothy 4:1 warns, “Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils.”
(5) “Holy” laughter advocates rarely, if ever, talk about the Bible’s warnings of false prophets who come in the name of Jesus but bring with them “another spirit.”
2 Corinthians 11:4 says, “For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.”
~Go here for the entire list with Scripture.

See this is why we cannot, must not, rely on such people for our hope. The majority of even those who claim HIS name are deceived and helping deceive millions of others. Worship of God in all things CANNOT include pragmatism as in politics. The means DO NOT justify the ends. HIS ways and thoughts are not our ways and thoughts. We care not to go down to Egypt for help.

This is why no matter what politician claims as his religion, we MUST examine it severely. I will not stand behind men who are deceived spiritually, especially who claim HIS name. 
Doctrine matters!

Pragmatism is condemned by God. This is the fruit of pragmatism and the fear of man. These are NOT secondary issues!

2Jn 1:9  Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ, does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. 
2Jn 1:10  If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting, 
2Jn 1:11  for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works. 

2Co 6:14  Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness? 
2Co 6:15  What accord has Christ with Belial? Or what portion does a believer share with an unbeliever? 
2Co 6:16  What agreement has the temple of God with idols? For we are the temple of the living God; as God said, "I will make my dwelling among them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. 
2Co 6:17  Therefore go out from their midst, and be separate from them, says the Lord, and touch no unclean thing; then I will welcome you, 

2Co 6:18  and I will be a father to you, and you shall be sons and daughters to me, says the Lord Almighty

God's Condemnation On False Shepherds

While God saves and blesses the humble outcast, God condemns the leaders (prophets and priests) who claim to know God's Word and speak on His behalf:
Isa 56:10 His watchmen are blind; they are all without knowledge; they are all silent dogs; they cannot bark, dreaming, lying down, loving to slumber. 
Isa 56:11 The dogs have a mighty appetite; they never have enough. But they are shepherds who have no understanding; they have all turned to their own way, each to his own gain, one and all. 
Isa 56:12 "Come," they say, "let me get wine; let us fill ourselves with strong drink; and tomorrow will be like this day, great beyond measure."
This is appropriate for today's plethora of pastors; shepherds who are hedonists, who are pragmatists, who are unclean, unholy, and unfit for the work of HIS ministry, displeasing to God, far off from the Truth.
These leaders today, who claim to be shepherds don't warn and protect the sheep from the enemy. They have no bark. They don't speak. They have no understanding of spiritual things, only of fleshly things. They are blind while pridefully thinking they alone can "really" see and "really" understand the deep things of God. They plan for tomorrow just like today, with false promises of greatness and happiness.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Bible School Is not Necessary To Gain Insight Into Scripture

"No one has to take a course in any Bible School in order to gain a knowledge and insight of the Scriptures. The man most used of God in the 19th century - Mr. C.H. Spurgeon - was a graduate of no bible institute! You have the same bible in hand and you have the same Holy Spirit to guide you into all Truth."

~Arthur Pink, "Gospel of John"

Act 4:13  Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were uneducated, common men, they were astonished. And they recognized that they had been with Jesus. 

Mat 11:25  At that time Jesus declared, "I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that YOU have HIDDEN  these things from the wise and understanding and revealed them to little children; 26  yes, Father, for such was your gracious will.

Gal 2:6  And from those who seemed to be influential (what they were makes no difference to me; God shows no partiality)--those, I say, who seemed influential added nothing to me. 

1Jn 2:20  But you have been anointed by the Holy One, and you all have knowledge. 

Mat 16:16  Simon Peter replied, "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God." 
Mat 16:17  And Jesus answered him, "Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jonah! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven. 

Perry Noble's "Apology"

Fred Butler dissects key problems with Perry Noble's supposed apology for rewriting the Ten Commandments and saying there is no Hebrew word for "command". Butler zeroed in on a few problems and it is those that I wish to also comment on, as I believe they are representative not just of Noble, but of the Post-Modern Christian:

"I am imperfect.  I make mistakes and fall way short of who I should be each and every day."

Well here it is, my all-time most despised saying so many Christians say in defense of the indefensible (whether it's sodomy, sexual immorality, or false teaching). It is a way to stop any judgment calls and frankly to stop all conversations that would include said judgements:

#1 – I am imperfect. I make mistakes and fall way short of who I should be each and every day. 

That's ALWAYS the first go-to excuse--as if anyone IS perfect or has stated that someone IS perfect. Since Christ is the ONLY perfect One, perfection is not on the table for any consideration save striving to be like Him...but in doing so it is always with the world-wide, world-accepted, time-immemorial understanding that none IS or has been perfect (thus our NEED for striving to be like Christ).

Additionally Noble stated:

"In way more research than I have ever done I realized that statement was not correct. (The original Hebrew is “metzaveh”.) In no way was I deliberately trying to mislead or deceive anyone. I simply recalled a conversation I had (which I now see I did not fully understand), looked back at my notes and taught the message. I now realize I should have put way more time into doing research before making that statement. "

Thus belying what he says next about the seriousness of being a teacher and taking God's Word seriously. This half-attempt at "prepping" to teach God's inspired word had its fruit: confusion and lies and poison. The man CLEARLY has no fear of God (that was clear from years ago), and no respect for His Word nor the sheep (if there are any at his den of iniquity--and if so they MUST leave now). His short-cut ways prove he's not that interested in "rightly dividing the Word of truth". And thus while he plays around with the Double Edged Sword, he fell right on it and it gave a death blow to him. That which he took for fun, is the very thing that proves his condemnation.  He is trifling with the Living and HOLY HOLY HOLY One of Israel.

"I fully understand and feel the weight of James 3:1 that clearly says that people who teach God’s Word will be judged more strictly."

If he did, he wouldn’t have mouthed off, as he does so often. He speaks the words, but clearly doesn’t believe them, otherwise his teaching and life would live up to that profession.

"I take teaching the Bible very seriously and desperately want to always put forth my best effort as I really do believe that when God says “don’t” in Scripture it is more like Him saying, “don’t hurt yourself,” because, as a friend of mine often says, “choose to sin, choose to suffer.” "

He doesn’t take the Bible seriously whatsoever (his ministry is proof of that, not the least of which is calling others “jackasses” who themselves take the Bible seriously.
He reiterates the rewriting of Scripture in this statement. "Don’t" in Scripture means, DON”T. It’s not about YOU. It’s about God. It’s about actually loving Him and thus obeying Him. God’s “don’ts” aren’t about His worry of you hurting yourself. The primary reason for God’s commands that say “don’t” do something (there are many that are commands TO DO something), is to show the supremacy of God, His holy standard, His righteousness and justice, His mercy, and to show the way we are to go IF WE LOVE HIM.

"This set my heart on fire and I put the message together, believing it was from the Lord, and we saw over 200 people come to Christ as a result."

Fred Butler’s comments: What he is saying is that it doesn’t really matter if he was wrong, or God misled him, or his “advisers” are a bunch of back-slapping, sycophantic “yes!” men. Two hundred people came to Christ in spite of the wild, unbiblical inaccuracies of his message.
Assuming Noble isn’t fudging the numbers, (and I will go out on a limb here and say I don’t believe there was anyone who “came” to Christ that night), wouldn’t those people be false converts?
They “responded” to a talk that not only taught biblical error regarding the Hebrew word “commandment,” but the presenter expanded on that error to rewrite and reinterpret a foundational portion of Scripture: THE 10 COMMANDMENTS! Even more, after a couple of weeks of people telling him about his terrific error, he issued an apology admitting he was wrong (and his advisers are all idiots). Does that not in and of itself cancel out the reality of those 200 conversions? They were converted under the pretense of a false message.
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I agree with Butler. I would add just a few things. How does Noble know anyone came to Christ Christmas Eve? On what basis? Secondly, if there were some new professors that night, they were responding to a Jesus that is like them. They did not come to the Master, Owner, Creator, King of all kings and Lord of all lords. They did not come to the HOLY One of Israel. They did not come in fear and trembling and mourning over their sin. They came to Perry Noble-created idol that is filthy and unholy and helps the rebels and haters of Christ continue in their hatred and rebellion. They don’t want to submit to the King of kings. They want a guy they can hang out with that helps them wallow in the all their GLORIOUS and highly esteemed imperfection (ie, sin).
One more thing, if you still cannot wrap your mind around what I taught and disagree with it, I do not consider you to be a “hater.”  There are really godly people on both sides of incredibly difficult theological arguments.

The closing of his letter in this statement proves the man is deceived. There are no Christians on his side of the Hebrew word for commands; no Christians on his side of anti-nomianism. There is no such thing as godly anti-nomians. Nor is obeying God an incredibly difficult theology. It is clear teaching with clear practice in clear confines. He’s trying to make the commands fuzzy and so unclear that no one ones the Truth.

He is a classic Post-Modern rebel, with fake humility.