though it is dangerous to believe any teaching that does not conform
precisely to the truth of scripture, not every erroneous teaching
should brand a minister as a deceiver, a false teacher, or
heretic. However, every non conformity must be brought to
lest it be built upon and render a believer weak, without faith, or
trusting in another gospel.
doctrines which lead others into a false of misplaced hope of salvation
or into believing in another christ are truly damnable heresies. There
are 2 ways in which salvation can be undermined.
Jesus is (another Jesus)
Jesus redeemed us (another gospel)
way of salvation.(another gospel)
that one need only to be baptized in the name of Jesus in order to be
saved. Faith in Jesus and repentance is not necessary. It is a
different Gospel. This gospel predominates in "mainline"
Baptismal Regeneration and Bible Salvation
Jesus or Jesus Died Spiritually
- Did the Jesus
saved you purchase your redemption on the cross or in hell?
- Did your savior
become the take on the nature of satan after death on the cross?
- Did your
sacrifice satisfy God's judgement on sin, or purchase you from satan?
- Was it the
Jesus the cleansedyou, or are you cleansed because your savior suffered
in hell for you?
As for me, I am
saved by the atoning death of Jesus Christ, who did not
take on the nature of satan. Christ paid the penalty for my sin on the
cross and not in hell. I am cleansed by His blood. I do not
know this other Jesus, this other gospel. It is not the way of
Jesus saved you? On which gospel do you is your hope of salvation in?
other gospel and this other Jesus is strongly believed on by the high
profile Word of Faith teachers. This gospel came by revelation
find no mention of it in their belief statements or on their salvation
prayers on their web sites. None said on their web sites that belief in
this gospel was necessary for salvation.
the subject and more
and more here
Also read, A
by Dan McConnell (Hendrickson
Publishers 1995) which documents its occultic origins and the
WOF endorsements of it. excerpt