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

Of course I write my own articles but don't have enough time to write an article on a daily basis.

I am very concerned because of the tsunami of false ideas from the enemy in the churches.

It should probably be called "The Disciple's Prayer".

It starts with a very important concept in the first verse.

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.

At that time I didn’t know that Oral Roberts was carrying on the Word of Faith traditions of New Thought practitioners such as Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Essex Kenyan, Norman Vincent Peale, Robert Schuler, and many other false teachers of the time.

Though I didn’t know anything about Word of Faith or New Thought then I knew that the way they were representing Christianity was just not right somehow. Lewis called "Screwtape Letters" was a clever idea in exposing a number of tactics of the enemy.

At the same time, unfortunately, I see a lot of younger people who don't even recognize anymore that something is wrong.

This 4-DVD set is a combination of a condensed study on Church History and the Discernment Toolkit series which deals with the core doctrines of the Church and how to use them to discern error.

Their desire to portray Christians as rich, beautiful, healthy, perfect, and virtually sinless (holiness) went directly against the example of Jesus, the Apostles and the early church. Those principles are still at work today in many churches.