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Offline Jacob Harrison

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False teachers on the internet
« on: August 19, 2018, 09:13:16 pm »
There are so many people on the internet that claim to preach God’s word but espouse heresy. Here is a list of them.

David J Stewart-Jesus is Savior.com

He runs a site preaching Christianity but is a convicted child molester. Many of his teachings are his own views and not biblical such as his sexist rants about women wearing pants. He also promotes the heresy of salvation by faith alone rather than salvation by faith and good works, and King James onlyism instead of the Latin Vulgate and it’s translations.

Patrick Scrivener-Reformation.org

He is mentally insane which you can tell by his use of double exclamation points. He promotes the Protestant reformation and calls Martin Luther a Saint. He also promotes anti Catholic conspiracy theories that the Catholic Church and the Jesuits are behind the world conspiracy. He also thinks that the Earth is flat and in the center of the Universe.

Brother Nathanael-realjewnews.com

Promotes antisemitic conspiracy theories as well as heretical teachings that are not in the Bible such as the Jewish race being cursed because of killing Christ.

Texe Marrs-texemarrs.com

Promotes Evangelicalism, Anti Catholicism, and Antisemitism even promoting Martin Luther’s antisemitic book called “On the Jews and their lies.”

Ken Ham-Answers in Genesis

He promotes the heresy of Young Earthism, that the 6 days of Genesis, and that before Adam and Eve’s sin all animals were vegetarians before the fall, which the Bible never says.

Steven Anderson-faithfulworldbaptist.org

He also promotes King James onlyism and also preaches hatred against homosexuals violating Christ’s command to love the sinner but hate the sin.

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Re: False teachers on the internet
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2018, 09:49:46 pm »
This is probably my favorite post you've ever made. It makes sense and the vast majority of it is absolutely true.

No complaints here.