*Infidel teaching/teachers

*infidel: [Origin: 1425–75; late ME <>infidélis unbelieving, L: unfaithful, treacherous.
(loosely) a person who disbelieves or doubts a particular theory, belief, creed, etc.; skeptic.

(2 peter3: 3-5) "Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation. For this they willingly are ignorant...."

Scoffers, walking after their own lusts, who are, according to the the Word of God, willingly ignorant (infidel), have indeed come, and that in a big way. This is a subject that every person who claims to be a Christian must be informed of and know for himself what he believes. The stakes could not be any higher than they are! Do not accept anything that you hear without questioning because it could be the teaching of scoffing infidels fulfilling the above scripture. On that note here are some sources of information that should be given your careful attention:
excerpted from an article concerning an upcoming speaking engagement by Brian Mclaren entitled "Brian McLaren to speak at World Future Society": herescope

"Jay Gary and Brian McLaren have both been actively eschewing "doomsday" eschatologies, a fact which we written about previously on Herescope (a very important read!). McLaren writes disparagingly of biblical prophecy, using extremely incendiary language and distortions:"The Jesus of one reading of the Apocalypse brings us to a grim resignation: the world will get worse and worse, and finally this jihadist Jesus will return to use force, domination, violence, and even torture - the ultimate imperial tools - to vanquish evil and bring peace." (Everything Must Change, p. 146)McLaren says that there needs to be a "rethinking" about eschatology, eradicating the belief about a Second Coming of Christ that is "characterized by violence, killing, domination, and eternal torture" (p. 144). He proposes an alternative Jesus of a "'flower child' theology" (although he doesn't like the term) protecting the "sacred ecosystem of God, which is the kingdom of God." (p. 142)"
(quoted from "Dominionism/Emerging Church...." linked below)

"The attack against the prophetic portions of scripture have now become more open and deliberate than ever and it is imperative to be aware of this as the barrage will only intensify from here on out. The reason for this is that for the emerging church/dominionist movement to be validated the Book of Revelation must be discredited because it completely negates the entire concept of the so-called 'kingdom building' agenda, actually describing in detail the failure of it."

To learn more about this subject see: Dominionism/Emerging church, Brian McLaren, and denying the Revelation of Jesus Christ (Rev. 1:1): attacking the Revelation

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