Wisdom Of This Age

For those who are proponents of the “Wisdom of this Age,” their modernist mantra seems to be that if you HATE someone’s sin, you hate the person. The reason for this is that people often get PRIDEfully attached to their pet sins, whatever they may be, and deny the historic TRUTH we’re presented within Scripture. Rather than teaching their followers to FLEE sin, politically correct pastors are teaching that things we’ve traditionally taught as sinful are no longer abhorrent to God.



My friends, we must #BeTheResistance, refuting the lies of spiritual modernism whenever we’re confronted with them. I’ve been on sort of a rant for quite a while now, exhorting Christians to HATE SIN and to flee from immorality of every sort, and seek an “Authentic Faith.”


Yes, indeed, this is HATE SPEECH. However, contrary to politically correct opinions and the wisdom of this age, I hate no one. It is the LOVE of God and His command for me to love my neighbors, that compels me to speak out. It is because I believe that sin puts everyone in mortal peril that the love of God propels me to eschew silence.


Christians believe, and should teach that all sin separates us from our Lord. In that understanding, unrepentant sin has ETERNAL ramifications — separation from God, in a place prepared for Satan and his fellow fallen angels— demons.


Besides denying the modern relevance of sexual immorality, modernist preachers and even bishops, are presenting a new gospel that denies, or minimizes the existence of Hell. One such popular teaching comes from Bishop Robert Barron, and he often repeats that “we have a reasonable hope that hell will be empty.” Another false and sad teaching is being taught by Pope Francis. the Patriarch of Rome has taught that “all religions” (including Pachamama paganism) are from God. In Francis’ mind, this makes preaching an evangelical message to those embracing other faiths to be sinful!


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