As first century churches were established by followers of Christ, it didn’t take long for false teachings to creep in through people with persuasive personalities and ideologies. In response, Paul and others needed to constantly point out to churches those things that misrepresented God and His Word to keep professing Christians from going astray.
Paul wrote, “…mark them which cause divisions and offenses contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them” Romans 16:17.
Today, a tidal wave of false teaching has flooded evangelical churches, seminaries, colleges, schools and bookstores. Some of the most notable evangelical leaders are propagating a Christian-sounding version of Critical Theory, known colloquially as Woke-ism. This is the false idea that oppressive “systemic injustice”—by whites toward blacks, men toward women, heterosexuals toward homosexuals and those struggling with gender identity—is the rule and reason for the ills that afflict the nation and church and therefore “equity” or “social justice” must be enacted.Enemies Within The Church. Although Solomon tells us there is nothing new under the sun, and false teachers have been with us since the Garden, it is important to understand the times we are in and be able to engage and discern where and when we have been placed by God. This documentary provides insight for that high calling and is definitely worth the watch.Today, on “I’m Glad You Said That”, I’m joined by Chris Prosch whose firm helped produce and distribute the documentary called
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