Idolatry In Their Hearts Landmark Book! by Sandy Simpson & Mike Oppenheimer Does having eternity in your heart mean that you know God and are His child? Could Gentile cultures understand the Gospel from the stars? Did God create man's cultures? Has God always been in the process of redeeming cultures from the time of Babel by placing in them a true revelation of Himself? Is there the worship of YHWH in all cultures and religions through the names of supreme beings? Have all cultures always had a way to make things right between them and God? These questions and many more are answered in this book that addresses the false teachings of The New Apostolic Reformation regarding missiological methods as being carried out by many agencies including the World Christian Gathering on Indigenous People, YWAM, and many Bible societies.
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The following talk by Oregon pastor Brett Meador (from 2013) will be very helpful in understanding the biblical view of Israel and the Jews. Because anti-Semitism and replacement theology are becoming more and more prevalent within the church, it's important to have a good understanding of this issue. We think this talk will help.
Salvation is having personal faith and trust in the person and finished work (sacrifice) of the Lord Jesus Christ. We have "peace with God" (Romans 5:1), are "forgiven" (Ephesians 5:4), and are "reconciled" to God (2 Corinthians 5:18) only by Him. That's where our faith or trust is to be directed. The notion of achieving Christ consciousness (as offered in the New Age) is just not compatible with being redeemed by Christ's precious blood. The two just don't mix.
When I recently attended the Firestarters adult Sunday School class at Bethel Church in Redding, California, I was shocked by the teacher's announcement at the start of the class. "There are only three rules in this class. Rule 1: Get drunk. Rule 2: Stay drunk. Rule 3: Get other people drunk." Those are not exactly words you expect to hear at a church. Yet the encouragement to "get drunk" was a theme that ran through the entire two-hour class.
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