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There are many false teachers on TV these days who peddle the word of God for profit.

They make promises of healing that do not come true by claiming if they are given a financial gift the person will receive healing and riches.

Fortunately many apologists have gone to be with the Lord but who will replace them?

I don't see replacements coming up who will take the place of those who have been fighting the fight the years.

The new Universalists are not as vocal about their Universalism ideas but are far more deadly to the Church as they are not rejected like classic Universalists were decades ago.

The new Universalists would include Emerging Church leaders like Brian Mc Laren, Leonard Sweet, Spencer Burke, Alan Jones and others like Wycliffe, Society of Biblical Literature, World Christian Gathering of Indigenous Peoples, Richard Twiss, Daniel Kikawa, Terry Le Blanc, Rick Warren, Henry Nowen, YWAM, Tony Campolo, Robert Schuller, George Otis Jr., and even Billy Graham.

But as I further investigated this verse I found that Richardson even ignored the true meaning of the FIRST half of the verse in favor of a few translations that use the phrase "eternity in their hearts".

the propostion that men from Gentile cultures have always been seeking God and that Gentile cultures were already worshipping the true God before missionaries came with the Gospel.

Jacob Prasch has repeated this phrase in his teachings over the years …

“A text, out of context, in isolation from co-text is always a pre-text."A huge problem today is that individuals and movements tend to yank verses out of their context and build a cult of heresy around them.

This is both an incredible source of hope for Christians who are downtrodden, and a source of escalating heresy in many churches.

It is critical that we understand what Paul was talking about when he wrote the phrase “weight of glory”.

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