Exposing the crazy, wacky, ridiculous, and blasphemous things being said and done in the name of Christ, by the Gnostic Evangelical Complex.
23 Minutes in Hell?
Bill Weis claims to have been tormented by demons in hell for 23 minutes.
Jentezen Franklin's "Busted Nest" Sermon
Here is a very good example of a celebrity pastor taking a few isolated verses of Scripture out of their context in order to make them fit his man-centered, law-filled, non-gospel sermon.
Here's the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q92n8WsJg6c
Chuck Pierce's "Double Portion" Mumbo Jumbo
False prophet, Chuck Pierce (who rarely ever makes any sense) says that for some reason or another, Christians need to step into a double portion this election season.
Here's the YouTube video:
The Mormon Murders: The Mountain Meadows Massacre
The Mountain Meadows Massacre was one of the most gruesome crimes ever committed on U. S. soil. This horrible massacre was committed by high ranking leaders of the Mormon Church. This is the story of that gruesome crime.
Here is the link to John D. Lee's book:
Here is the link to the article from Newspapers.com:
Here's the YouTube video:
Impartation of What?
Shaktipat transmission and Charismatic impartation are very similar. In Shaktipat the Guru transmits spiritual energy (Kundalini) to an individual. In Charismatic impartation, the pastor or Christian leader (in this case Randy Clark) is supposedly imparting the Holy Spirit or some spiritual gift to an individual. In both Shaktipat and Charismatic impartation very similar manifestations occur, violent shaking, rolling on the floor, strange noises, and even animal sounds. In this episode, I compare what takes place during Shaktipat to what took place in Toronto, and what takes place in many Charismatic churches.
Here is the link to the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVQJieSdHac
Furtick Gets Jakes To Preach Hamilton Sermons!
This is the first installment of a series on modalism. After making this video I realized that much more needed to be said about modalism and the doctrine of the Trinity. In the next installment, we will take a more in-depth look at these topics and explain why modalism is a dangerous and damning heresy. We start, however, with Furtick and Jakes playing a sermon game where Furtick gets Jakes to preach three one-minute sermons on the musical Hamilton. In one of his one minute- sermons Jakes makes a subtle, yet dangerous statement regarding the Incarnation, insinuating that Christ is part human and part divine. Orthodox theology makes it clear that Christ is fully human and fully divine.