Resources About False Teachers & Teaching
Only Christ—fully man, fully God—can be the mediator between God and man. There isn’t a sinless Savior in any other religion.
False prophets are God’s judgment upon a nation.
There is only one way to salvation—see yourself as a sinner and cast yourself upon the mercy of Christ.
Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness—the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must make careful judgments regarding prophets, doctrines, values, and lifestyles.
The Gospel According to Oprah and Her Friends Oprah Winfrey has always had a fondness for promoting guests who tout their New Age beliefs. But recently she has done so with focused determination, using her media empire to promote three authors and books whose views are deceiving millions. In doing so, she has become the high priestess of the New Spirituality, which can be simply defined as more occultism packaged for the Western mind. The authors are Eckhart Tolle, whose book The New Earth is flying off the shelves, breaking records for sales; Ronda Byrne, who wrote The Secret and … Read More >
We live in a climate of spirituality; we are inundated with suggestions on how to connect with our “spiritual self.” In these messages, Dr. Lutzer explains the seven miracles of John’s Gospel and shows how they demonstrate the credentials of Christ.
Nature reveals both the love of God and the judgment of God.
The greatest miracle is the coming of Christ.
Sometimes it is God's will for you to suffer.
Rebecca and I are traveling in Switzerland and Germany, and I am lecturing on the Reformation. Each day in this blog I’ll be answering a question that might be on your mind regarding this event that changed the course of history. Question: Why did Voltaire believe that there was a special place in hell for John Calvin? The answer is because of Calvin’s role in the burning of the heretic Servetus, who was condemned for denying the Trinity. Catholic authorities sought his extradition to face charges of heresy in France, but Servetus escaped and came to Geneva and entered the … Read More >