The value of heresy hunting

Perry Noble seconded Rick Warren’s “argument” against heresy hunters yesterday. RT @RickWarren: Heresy-hunting lets u to ignore the mess in your own life. God is more concerned about your hypocrisy than other’s heresy. Let’s examine that. Where is the hypocrisy? Warren assumes that anyone who finds heresy is a hypocrite. Pointing out heresy is about ...

What is Furtick’s view of inspiration?

I can’t imagine that he thinks very much of it, based on earlier tweets suggesting God should apologize for Leviticus. Now he’s suggesting that the prophets were depressed and emotionally unstable. Finishing Ezekiel-wondering how the OT might have been different if the prophets had access to Lexapro Yeah, yeah, the emoticon at the end says ...

Who’s the dull one?

In the last few days, we’ve been wondering why leaders like Warren, Noble and Furtick have such a dim view of Bible study. In the case of Furtick, at least, I think I’ve found an answer. He doesn’t like the Bible. For a bit of background, Furtick has been leading some in his church in ...

When to stop eating?

Steven Furtick says that we can study the Bible so much that it can be harmful. For example, he warns people not to go to churches where they learn about things like the doctrines of grace and “stuff your face until you’re so obese spiritually that you can’t even move.” Eating God’s Word is an ...