Are we secure in our salvation? The most dangerous thing about false teaching and unsound doctrine: it causes people who are not known by Christ to sincerely believe they have eternal life. That’s the most important reason we have to address false teaching. In 1517, the Roman Catholic Church was not answering sincere questions or speaking to reality. Instead, it was teaching people to trust in their money and works rather than Jesus Christ.
In this episode, James and Andrew finish considering Luther’s 95 Theses. John, the apostle, wrote to the church instructing her to test the spirits because not every spirit (wind of teaching) is from God. By testing the spirits according to Scripture, we become secure in our salvation and by no other means.
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In the coming weeks, Andrew and James will walk through Paul Washer’s indictments against the modern church. After that, they will address popular teaching in the world today-comparing its content to Scripture. Send teachings you would like them to interact with using the contact form at Christoa.com. If you are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please include that information.
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