Street preachers boldly go into the wanna-be anti-Christ’s church and engage the deceived.

For those who watched the videos in this post on the false prophet who claims to be Christ and wondered to yourself how could anyone believe that stuff, here’s your chance to see how this anti-Christ’s followers justify their belief. I haven’t seen this much Scripture twisting since the last time I talked to Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses. Same lies, different cult.

Although there seems to be a lot of disorder, and Scripture is simply thrown back and forth, I do commend these guys for their valiant effort to confront the error of this cult (I wish there were those willing to confront Joseph Smith and Charles Taze Russel when they began their cults).

Parts one and two of the video take place inside the cult’s church building. Parts three and four take place outside. All in all it is a very interesting debate (and I sure do miss that south Florida rain).

Part One:

Part Two:

Part Three:

Part Four:

5 thoughts on “Street preachers boldly go into the wanna-be anti-Christ’s church and engage the deceived.

  1. Great post, Pilgrim. On a related note, I read my local paper today which contained an article about Joel Osteen filling an arena in San Antonio. What really broke my heart was reading ebullient attendees citing not Scripture, but the specific number of which of Osteen’s sermons brought them the most hope: “‘He’s very inspirational,’ said Mike Dickinson, 42, who cited sermon No. 309, on loyalty, as among his favorites.” Itching ears, indeed.

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/5863550.html

  2. Dan,

    The same thought came to my mind. I contacted them through Youtube, so hopefully I’ll get a response. I’ll let you know.

    Bill

  3. Dan,

    I got a response from them. He said that he wasn’t there, but he did recognize some of the guys he’s preached with.

    I’ve watched quite a few of their videos, and I’ve looked at their website. There are a few issues I would disagree with them on (like King James Onlyism), and at first their methods seem way out there, but when you think about it, it’s pretty easy to make a biblical case for what they’re doing. I’m not going to question the ministry God has called them to.

    I’m certainly not going to defend the guys in the article you cited. I think they made a mistake in carrying over what might be a proper tactic at a gay pride parade to a Mormon convention.

    Thanks,
    Bill

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