The Africa Centre for Apologetics Research (ACFAR) equips Christians with resources and training for discernment, the defense of the faith, and cult evangelism. The Radio Tambua podcast features radio programs and conference messages on cultic movements and apologetics in Africa. (Tambua is a Swahili word meaning “discern.”)
How YOU Can Identify False Teachers
What life-saving lessons can we learn about about discernment and deception from 2 Peter chapters 1 and 2? Rodgers Atwebembeire of the Africa Center for Apologetics Research explains.
Beware of False Spirits!
Could you believe in a false spirit? Do you know how to avoid this danger? Learn what the Bible teaches about discerning between the Holy Spirit and false spirits! Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.
WARNING: Oneness Pentecostalism ("Jesus Only")
Today there’s a group of churches that twists and changes what the Bible says about the “oneness” of God. Even though they call themselves Pentecostals, “Oneness” or “Jesus only” Pentecostals are dangerously different in what they teach. Rodgers Atwebembeire explains—and answers from Scripture.
SISTERS—Resist the fake “man of God”!
Self-proclaimed “men of God” are getting money and sexual favors from unsuspecting women and girls. Listen—and don’t be the next victim!Read more here:https://acfar.org/pdflibrary/Sisters-Warning-False-Prophet.pdf
Beware of False Miracles!
Why this craving for miracles in our churches today? Church attendance is often based on whether miracles seem to be happening. Satan takes advantage of this hunger for the supernatural to sow division, deception and even destruction of innocent or ignorant believers. “Does God still perform miracles today? How do I know whether a miracle is of God or not? Can a man be false when his ministry is characterized by miracles?” Young Christians are asking serious, honest questions that Rodgers Atwebembeire carefully answers from God’s Word
Understanding and Answering Indigenous Cults
Robby Muhumuza, a longtime observer of Uganda’s complex religious scene, gives a helpful survey of controversial groups originating in East Africa.