Sunday, June 5, 2011

Ecumenical Movement : That All May Be One

In an age of religious tolerance and ecumenism, old hatchets are being buried. Churches are reuniting that have long been separated on questions of doctrine. Are these developments based on Scriptures conformity or humanitarian principles? Is truth sacrificed for the sake of unity? Are we moving to an era of peace the Bible warns against? This lecture also looks at the philosophies of some prominent preachers, such as Robert Schuller, Billy Graham, and others. Who leads this ecumenical movement and what is its goal?




Strange Fire


Strange Fire deals with the miraculous manifestations found in modern Christian worship. The origin and methods of mega churches and their needs-related religion are discussed and exposed for what they are. What is the source of their inspiration? From which cistern are they drawing their water? And where are the mega preachers, such as Robert Schuller, Bill Hybels, Rick Warren, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, etc. going with their philosophies? In this lecture we learn that in modern theology there has been a shift from God-centered religion to man-centered religion, from salvation by faith and trust in the atonement, to a social gospel.


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