Thursday, October 13, 2016

BBC Does A Show on America's Hate Preachers



Preachers in America have gotten famous for "hate". Of course many Christians will be called haters for making stands on Christian doctrine and against sin, but we know a lot of this reputation has been earned by some who seem focused on anger, and railing against the sinners instead of trying to save the sinners.

  My video is acting up on my computer, so I will warn I haven't watched this yet, but I am going to post it and add more commentary later for those who want to watch. We know that Christianity is often the subject of ridicule and derision, but some of the preachers out there definitely aren't helping with their antics.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pretty simple really; 1 John 4:8 - Don

Bible Believer said...

I agree.

Anonymous said...

Bryan Denlinger had a You Tube video about this up a couple days ago re: Steven Anderson. Hope it's Ok I share it here, I don't support all Denlinger's views but there are some things he's solid on and I generally like listening to him. It is concerning how lately the media, even big media like the BBC have honed in on very specific aspects of his fundamentalism (IFB/KJV only/supports Local Church Bible Publishing, etc). Denlinger recently had another video that was very similar but it was how Anderson is getting kicked out of all these foreign countries supposedly because of his "faith". It's really incredible how they have honed in on those very specific things though, not that they apply to everyone but that's pretty darned specific. I think it's to beat those terms into people's heads so at some point when people really start really resisting New World Order religion and politics, people will already be quite acclimated with exactly who the enemy is. Down to the very detail. And for the record I consider myself a polar opposite of Steven Anderson. While I AM all those things listed above, so on paper we should be exactly alike, right? I really think he's a shill. It is getting unnerving but I should not be surprised.

I know your thoughts on IFBs. I do know a few great pastors, and I myself am blessed to have one. Maybe one of the few of a dying breed. Preaches against Christmas, is realistic about this nation/is not a dominionist, sees the NWO stuff, anti ecumenical, against worldly stuff in the church. Even he has started to call himself a Separatist Baptist because the IFBs are getting so bad. So I am aware of that. Alot of them are folding right in with all the ecumenicalism going on.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ex_0zectn4
Heather

Anonymous said...

Bryan denlinger preaches "lordship salvation" where one is required to turn from sin in order to be saved. I guess mr denlinger is sin free?.....James

Eternally Home said...

To: Anonymous @ 10:42pm. To (Turn) From Sin! It is the Lord Jesus Christ who makes us free from sin when we (Turn) to him for forgiveness. We all (Turned) from our former ways to walk with the Lord Jesus Christ in holiness. Many are going to perish because they will not (Turn) from their evil ways, Anonymous.

Jeremiah 26:3 - If so be they will hearken, and TURN every man from his evil way, that I may repent me of the evil, which I purpose to do unto them because of the evil of their doings.

Ezekiel 33:11 - Say unto them, As I live, saith the Lord GOD, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live: TURN ye, TURN ye from your evil ways; for why will ye die, O house of Israel?

Jeremiah 25:5 - They said, TURN ye again now every one from his evil way, and from the evil of your doings, and dwell in the land that the LORD hath given unto you and to your fathers for ever and ever:

There was another 26 pages after that first page that listed forms of (turn) in them or (returning).

Anonymous said...

Eternally home. Repenting of sins to be saved is works based salvation. Notice in Romans 6,7,8 how Paul still continued with his struggles with "the sins of the flesh". Was Paul saved? The scriptures you posted in Jeremiah were not in the context of salvation. biblical repentance is a change of ones mind, or a better conscience towards God. there is a reason why the word "believe" is mention on average of over 4 times a chapter in the gospel of John. Believe on the Lord and let the Holy Spirit take action in ones life, and give all the glory to God. "Lest any man should boast"......james

Anonymous said...

I've listened to much of what Bryan Denlinger puts out for over a year and have not ever heard that. Can you provide me with an instance where he does? I felt like that comment came out of nowhere, on a post about "hate preachers", which did not include him, and had nothing to do with the post. I simply referenced a video he had done about Steven Anderson and this "Hate Preachers" video. Do you support Mr. Anderson? I don't agree with everything Bryan Denlinger says, but I've never heard him say you have to be sinless to be saved, or teach anything about "sinless perfection". In fact, I've heard him counter that because people claim he does.

For people who dislike teaching of repentance, if we aren't truly convicted by the Holy Ghost to know we are sinners, how can we know we need a Savior, repent and be saved?

Matthew 4:17: From that time Jesus began to preach and say, 'Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.'

Heather

Anonymous said...

Heather. Mr denlinger does not say one has to be sinless to be saved straight out. He claims one has to repent (turn) from sin to be saved. There is no one alive who has ever repented from all their sins, so yes he teaches one has to be sinless to be saved. He doesn't flat out say it like that, but to repent from all sin is to be sinless. There are some things I agree with from Steven Anderson, and some things I don't. The major issue I have with him is his complex toward woman. He feels he has the right to lord over Gods heritage. Steven andersons gospel message is straight forward and biblical......James

Anonymous said...

Heather. It seems you're accusing me of "dislike teaching of repentance", which is not the case. Biblical repentance is a change of mind like I stated above. The changes that occur while one cleans up their life always comes after salvation, and is attributed to God. It is by the rightousness of The Lord Jesus Christ that we are saved, not by our own. You can believe as you want as its still a free country, but I'd rather believe my bible when is says "believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and though shall be saved". It doesn't say quit this or that and believe, it says believe and believe only.....James

Bible Believer said...

I agree James, repentance comes after salvation. Conviction about sin comes with regeneration not before and is not a requirement to be saved. I know myself personally that I didn't even see somethings as sins until I was born again. So you have stated this well. Those who teach repent to be saved, are misleading people. Some are stating it is good to repent, but those who make it a requirement of salvation are misstating things.

I think Anderson is a shill too. Well anon from above you have seen my thoughts on IFBs, I think some are sincere but fully programmed into the Republicanism and right side of the NWO, the last one who had war praised from the pulpit I even tried to talk to about the new world order. He was the type to smile and nod and act like he was listening but tune you out. Maybe you have met some who are sincere and seeking truth. Just the fact he preaches against Christmas astounds me. I never found an IFB that stood against Christmas. Both my last IFB pastors got the Christmas trees out. One against Dominionism and the NWO seems extraordinarily rare to me. I warned both IFB pastors I had directly against the NWO, one I even gifted a Cathy Burns book about Billy Graham and the NWO, to. I don't agree with Cathy Burns on everything, she teaches a works gospel and repent first which disturbs me but the information in these books are valuable and I mentioned that as I handed them over. He sounds like one who is realizing where the IFBs are going. Glad to hear that.

Anonymous said...

BB. The repent first "gospel" is the reason I do not hand out chick tracts as they contain the same message. i watched a good YouTube about the Roman church and America by baptist pastor Sam Adams, but he teaches the same thing. Sound doctrine is hard to come by. I would love to find a good church that teaches straight out of the scriptures instead of adding something to it, but they are few and far between. I've heard people say go anyway even if they teach false doctrine just to be around other believers, no way!!!!........James.....PS. I was asked to prove I wasn't a robot just now and it wanted me to click on the store fronts. One of the choices to pick from was a sign that said "Kazim Shriners Scottish right temple" lol

Anonymous said...

It is the LOVE of God that brings repentance. Anderson and his followers are not following Christ's example. They are not speaking the truth in love. He is an embarrassment and is closing the door for someone else to try and share the Gospel with these people. Yes, they are sinning, but God loves the sinner and hates the sin. So should we.

Anonymous said...

Never heard Denlinger, but the hebrew and greek for faith means both the noun and the verb in English transliteration. Salvation is a two parter, redemption and forgiveness of sins

Colossians 1:13-14 For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son, 14in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.

It is our English noun Faith, and our verb, Faithfulness which are one word in both Hebrew and greek emunah and pistis, respectively. Faith, faithfulness is evidence of our salvation (read James 2:17 with both sides of that coin in mind) ... depending first upon the faithfulness of Christ, in whom we are clothed with his righteousness, yet whose righteousness we must put on (Colossians entire). God didn't call it a mystery for nothing. We cannot tell the beginning of faith from it's end.

Ecclesiastes 3:11 He has made everything appropriate in its time. He has also set eternity in their heart, yet so that man will not find out the work which God has done from the beginning even to the end.

Ecclesiastes 7:8 The end of a thing is better than it's beginning.

Here we are, near the end of everything, and God says it is better than the beginning. Might this be because he is purifying us, his bride? Maybe, probably.

God is so wonderfully wonderful!

Jerod Hatch

Anonymous said...

St Augustine of hippo coined the phrase "God loves the sinner but hates the sin"......James

Anonymous said...

Jeremiah 12:8 Hosea 9:15 and Romans 1 prove St Augustine wrong....James

Anonymous said...

Really James - Jesus shed His precious blood for every repentant sinner. Do you agree with that? He loves lost sinners - but God is holy and hates sin. That is why Christ had to come and be a sacrifice for sinful man. Are any of us worthy to cast the first stone? Yes, we hate the sin of homosexuality but the sinner needs to hear that they need a Savior and that He is willing to redeem them if they will but acknowledge their sin and trust in Him. We are all sinners in one form or another.

No Catholic priest "coined" the message that God loves the sinner but hates the sin. It is in the Bible. Augustine believed in a false gospel. The invitation goes out to all. Sinners - such were we - maybe not guilty of that particular sin, but we are all guilty of sin of one kind or another. People like Anderson preach hate and self-righteousness. Christ was humble and so should we be humble and not think too highly of ourselves.