Emerging from Emergents!!

February 8, 2010

American Church, Apostasy

I feel as though I have spent a fair amount of time lately posting warnings concerning the Emergent movement.  These warnings to the flock of God are absolutely necessary, but at the same time I feel it is not healthy to focus on false teaching for too long.  I don’t know how to explain quite why, but it begins to feel “dirty” to study such heresy at length.  In re-focusing once again on the pursuit of Christ and His holiness, I thought it fitting to post one more link concerning Emergent activity because the subject matter seems fitting.  Apparently, an insider has left the Emergent Church and has begun to openly question what they are teaching, and what the end result of their teachings really is (click HERE for the article).  I pray that God would lead more people away from this heresy and to the Cross of the one true God.  Christ died for the sins of all, including Emergent’s, and forgiveness is offered to them through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ.  Pray that more would see the truth!

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3 Comments on “Emerging from Emergents!!”

  1. Rebecca LuElla Miller Says:

    Thanks for this link, CS.

    I agree with you that we can get too focused on error and lose sight of God’s glory and His work of redemption.

    Blessings on you as you shine His light to those around you.

    Becky

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