Imagine that. A Christian minister who doesn’t recommend Jesus Christ. It should come as no surprise the clerics supporting the gay christian movement are spiritual benedict arnolds. And that’s being charitable.
Before we get to the story at Eternity Matters, let’s review what we’re dealing with here.
Watch out for false prophets for they come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves Mt 7:15
But there are also false prophets among the people, even as there are false teachers among you who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Lord who brought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. 2 Pet 2:1
Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world. 1 Jn 4:1
That’s three separate witnesses on that, so let there be no doubt, false teachers and mouthpieces are extremely destructive to the Body and must be openly opposed. In fact, Paul instructed Titus (chap 1, vs 11) if possible to “shut their mouths” and restrict their ability to spread their wicked messages. Its a sin to remain silent while false teachers and wolves come among the flock to destroy.
Neil has the writeup of how the Rev. Chuck Currie of Portland, OR, a UCC minister says recommending Jesus Christ as the answer to Tiger Woods sexual sin and addictions is a “mystery” to him.
By the way, Chuck is holed up in the same apostate denomination as “bulletproof” expert Candace Chellew and lesbian bishop Yvette Flunder, so you can just imagine the insanity dripping from these people’s mouths on a continual basis.
Neil accurately calls Currie a “false teacher” who has finally come out of his fake Christian persona.
Chuck Currie claims to be a Christian Reverend but teaches the opposite of what Jesus did on virtually any spiritual topic. I’ve addressed his false teachings several times as well as documenting his status as an unrepentant serial liar and libeller. If he was just some lone heretic he wouldn’t be worth mentioning. But he is typical of liberal theologians and their bad reasoning.
But today he really went all out. This “Christian Reverend” was put off by Brit Hume’s simple premise that Tiger should turn to Christianity to be forgiven and changed. Chuck committed multiple fallacies in attacking Brit and abandoned any pretense of being a believer. Words like his mock the cross and the blood of the martyrs. Watch the video at the bottom then consider Chuck’s text:
FOX’s Brit Hume thinks that if Tiger Woods would become a Christian all would be ok for
the disgraced golfer (whose hero image was destroyed by the uncovering of numerous affairs).
Hume simply stated that Buddhism doesn’t offer the forgiveness and redemption offered by the Christian faith. Hume thinks Christianity is true and recommends it. Chuck parades as a “Christian Reverend” but does not recommend Christianity.
One thing false teachers and ministers of satan count on, is that their overbearing superfluous spirituality will intimidate believers into silence and give them more room to spread death with their mouths. Let’s put a stop to it.