The Scope of the Apostasy… The Delusion pt 1

The Scope of the Apostasy… The Delusion pt 1.


To the Pilgrims of the Dispersion

by Glenn Christopherson

Not everyone will “get” what I am trying to say here, but I pray it is an encouragement to those who do.

All across the globe, but especially in the west, long serving saints of the Most High God are finding themselves driven out of the assemblies they have attended for years, in some cases for decades.

Many have testified with broken hearts how they found themselves out of favour and out of fellowship for the sin of questioning a new purpose driven agenda or an emergent emphasis or refusing to sit silently by while their church was hijacked by prosperity heresy.

They find themselves a part of the 21st century diaspora.

Refugees from a modern Babylonian invasion.

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The Real Roots of the Emergent Church

“Seems to me that, since any doctrinal position is accepted, that calling this movement a “church” is a misnomer. A church is the “pillar and ground of the truth.” If the movement can accept wide variety of doctrine as “truth” it cannot be the pillar or the ground of the truth.

This video also shows that the term “evangelical” has little meaning today. The Scriptures are very clear about what truth is. Those say we can believe pretty much whatever we want and still be Christians are against the clear teachings of Scripture. We are to “earnestly contend for the faith once delivered to the saints.”

The idea that we can’t communicate with this postmodern world without changing is a gross error. What the world needs, even the postmodern, is strong Bible preaching.

What people want is a mystical religion that makes them feel “spiritual.” The more a religion depends on emotionalism will never find the truth. The emergent church movement will never find what it pretends to be looking to become since having and “open mind” is more important than truth. Truth is absolute and does not change.

Modern Christianity in general, and the emergent church movement in particular, have no standard upon which to base their beliefs. They use anything that claims to be a Bible and any interpretation that someone can come up with.”Pierre Coovert