The most rapid expanding segment in today's modern church age is the
Word-Faith Movement. It is this charismatic, yet heretical camp that is attempting to persuade us that Jesus and His disciples were
rich; that poverty and sickness is sin, and that faith is a creative force. Creflo Dollar, Eddie Long, Kenneth Copeland, T.D. Jakes,
and Fred Price are among many others who subscribe to these erroneous teachings. This article addresses, exposes, and refutes the
unbiblical doctrines of the Word-Faith Movement by closely examining the scriptures and contrasting them to Word-Faith theology. In
addition to an in-depth analysis, this article contains citations of the inaccurate and blasphemous statements spewed from Word-Faith
Are you a Christian who has been badgered and judged as a "God Robber"? Have you been
sentenced to Hell for failing to tithe? Do you tithe money in order to elude a curse; or do you live a life in fear of being cursed
because you cannot afford to tithe? Have you been judged as undisciplined and made to feel like a second class Christian because you
were unable to tithe? This article addresses the traditional (and sometimes abusive) practice of church tithing by taking a comprehensive
examination of scriptures used by tithing advocates and contrasting them to what the Bible teaches in light of proper methodological
In today's modern church age, more and more women are holding
pastoral positions. But, did God call women to preach and teach, or should men hold the positions of leadership in the church?
This article calls attention to the hotly contested abortion issue. It offers a defense for unborn
children by challenging those who attempt to justify abortion. In addition, this article brings to light the atrocities that occur
to those who cannot speak for themselves. Moreover, this article addresses the corrupt agenda of the world's largest abortion agency ---
Much debate has been made concerning the type of offerings of Abel and
Cain and why God accepted one while rejecting the other. It is the opinion of some church leaders that Abel brought a tithe to the
Lord while others postulate that it was an offering of blood that God found acceptable. This essay aims to provide a counterclaim
with a more accurate exegetical solution to this issue.
Many people do not take
kindly to an evaluation of their "pastorís" doctrines. When false teachers are dauntlessly interrogated by those who are proficient
in sound biblical exegesis, they resort to a variety of tactics to avoid exposure of their erroneous teachings. One such stratagem
involves the inappropriate use of Psalm 105:15 ("Do not touch My anointed Ö") and Matthew 7:1 ("Judge not ...."). The goal of this
article is to address the purposeful misapplication of these verses and gain a more accurate understanding of the right and wrong
kinds of judging.
Much controversy and tension arises in the Christian Church of whether
the existences of the prophetic gifts are still valid today. I elected to write this article to comprehensively challenge and refute
the argument that the prophetic gifts are legitimately functional in the church today.
Was Word-Faith teacher, Eddie Long, guilty or innocent of the sexual abuse
charges brought on him by five teenage boys --- Anthony Flagg, Spencer Legrande, Jamal Parris, Maurice Robinson, and Centino
Kemp? In this commentary, I present my perspective of why I believe that Mr. Long is clearly guilty of sexual impropriety.
According to Creflo Dollar, tithing proves our trust and appreciation for what
Jesus has done for us. During his sermon "Being Free to Tithe", Mr. Dollar comes clean with the fact that Christians will not be cursed
for not tithing. However, while he openly admits that believers in Christ will not be cursed for failing to tithe, he nevertheless
alleges there will be repercussions for failing to tithe. This article refutes those notions and exposes the continual cycle of manipulation
that Mr. Dollar uses to exploit his misguided supporters.
"they received the word with all readiness, and searched the Scriptures daily to find out whether these things were so." (Acts 17:11)
"Do not think I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword." (Matt. 10:34)