Friday, October 25, 2019

Beth Moore, Joyce Meyer, and Spiritual Policemen

Telling other Christians to go home and calling them false prophets is nothing new.

Billy Graham announced he would hold a crusade in Greenville, South Carolina, home of BJU, at the new Textile Hall in 1966. In response, Dr. Bob Jones, Sr., ordered the students to not attend the meeting, and he wrote “The Position of Bob Jones University in Regard to the Proposed Billy Graham Crusade in Greenville, A Chapel Talk by Dr. Bob Jones, Jr., on February 8, 1965. ”

It proclaimed, “The Bible commands that false teachers and men who deny the fundamentals of the faith should be accursed; that is, they shall be criticized and condemned. Billy approves them, Billy condones them, Billy recommends them… I think that Dr. Graham is doing more harm in the cause of Jesus Christ than any living man; that he is leading foolish and untaught Christians, simple people that do not know the Word of God, into disobedience to the Word of God.”

The fundamentalists “warned the brothers” about the deception of people like Graham, calling him everything from a tool of Satan, to a false prophet, to someone deceiving others – blah, blah, blah.  

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