Forget Doctrine! Nobody’s Perfect!

If you were the pastor of a large church and responsible for the souls within that congregation (Hebrews 13:7; Jer 50:6; Ezekiel 3:17), would you allow a man who denies the deity of Jesus Christ, denies the accuracy and inspiration of the Bible, denies the resurrection, views the Qur’an as superior to the Bible, believes […]

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6 thoughts on “Forget Doctrine! Nobody’s Perfect!

  1. la4j

    This is not just an African American issue this is a church issue this isn’t a white issue it’s a church issue. As a believer and follower of Jesus Christ , that is where I find my identity and I completely agree with you that if we are complicit with false teaching then we are just as false as the teachers themselves.

  2. walksbyf8h

    Good grief! Well, I will try to be diplomatic but seeing as how I’ve had to take antibiotics for just personally adhering to scripture; not even telling others what THEY should do, mind you, I’m pretty much in full “ask me if I care” mode.

    “Would any of you have a problem if your pastor brought in a Jehovah’s Witness to preach one Friday night?”

    Yep and I’d get in trouble for contending from the pew (but then we’re a small congregation), explaining JW doctrine, and calling my rabbi … that’s right … out for letting a HERETIC speak to the congregation.

    The same for a Catholic, a Mormon, a christian – just met one who argues that Jesus was not born of a virgin and was not crucified wearing his humongo beard and tzit-tzit, or a ‘ law was nailed to the cross’ Christian if they judge me. I’ve got no use for them either. No use, period, full stop. I’m done. DONE. They allowed Farakhan to speak, huh? I’m willing to bet that these hirelings haven’t a clue about NOI theology.

    I’d be in “trouble” again but then, The King of Kings got in trouble so I’m in pretty okay company.

    With all due respect to your friend, he might consider reading the entire Bible – multiple times. Poor MJ. Hope all is well!

  3. Comora

    Sad day we live in when anything goes inside the building. Church folk go along to get along, no matter what scripture says.

  4. Len Ward

    Unbelievable. …talking about the pot calling the kettle……speaking about knowing the real Jesus and he believes in a Jesus that is merely a prophet (2 Corinthians 11:4). Great post as usual, keep up the good work.