What damned error,
but some sober brow
Will bless and approve
it with a text,
with fair ornament?
Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice
We as Christ’s representatives have bought into the world’s values and its insistence that individuals should never challenge the private beliefs of others, whether outside the church or in it. Many believe that we have no right to judge anyone’s lifestyle or beliefs. We have lost the ability to judge the world because we have lost the ability to judge ourselves.
Who Are You to Judge? is a book about discernment: the ability to distinguish the false from the true; or better, the false from the half true. Our responsibility as members of the church is to distinguish biblical Christianity from the counterfeit spirituality and values of today’s world.
God calls us to knowledge — but also beyond knowledge to wisdom. This book is a treasure of biblical wisdom. It will equip the reader with desperately needed discernment for our time. — Dr. R.C. Sproul, Chairman and President, Ligonier Ministries
Three wrong principles used by false teachers:
- Using Old Testament promises given to Israel and applying them to The Church
- Reasoning that all sickness and poverty comes from the devil
- Believing that God speaks to speaks to “prophets” today
Doctrine may divide Christians from the false teachers, but doctrine will unite the body of Christ.
Anyone who questions the teaching of false teachers is usually accused of being a heresy-hunter. But did not the Lord Jesus require us to be on the lookout for wolves in sheep’s clothing?
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