Posts Tagged ‘false prophets’
Why would a prophet tell my mother to bathe me?
Question: Good morning sir, I saw your counseling online and I immediately felt at peace, so I felt I should ask for your advice sir. Some weeks ago, my grandmother’s prophet of a celestial church came to the house and asked my mum to bathe me as she would a child. He said it was…Read More
Mormonism and Polygamy
by Jefferson David Tant It is well known that in the 1800s the Mormon Church taught and practiced polygamy. Its founder, Joseph Smith, had many wives. Andrew Jensen, who was an assistant Mormon church historian, listed 27 women who were married to Joseph Smith (see the Historical Record, pp. 233, 234). The Mormon author John…Read More
How do I convince a Pentecostal of the truth about miracles?
Question: When you get time would you look over these responses I saw from a Oneness Pentecostal in a discussion with a brother over miracles? I completely agree that miracles ceased, and that which is perfect is referring to the word of God, but the Pentecostal Oneness member brings up some stuff I have never…Read More
Are Prophets for Today?
by Paul Mays “God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the worlds” (Hebrews 1:1-2). Either that is right or…Read More
by Matthew W. Bassford Of all the leaders in the Bible, Nehemiah is one of my favorites. He confronts a wide variety of problems, but through them all, he remains steadfast in his purpose, trusts God, and eventually achieves success. One of Nehemiah’s most revealing actions, though, is something that he does not do. Nehemiah…Read More
If you call Joseph Smith a liar, then you are calling the prophets of the Bible liars too
Question: Sir, I must protest your accusation that Joseph Smith was a liar. You have oversimplified the meaning of those passages of the Book of Mormon and others. Can you not see that during every conversation, the perspective of meaning changes? If you call Joseph Smith a liar, do you not also call several prophets…Read More
Thank you for providing clarity on my own issue with false prophets
Question: I want to thank you for providing more clarity on an issue that has been bothering me. My fiancée informed me two weeks ago that three prophets in her church warned her to stop our wedding, which was to take place in a few months. Note that our upcoming wedding has the blessings of…Read More
How do I assure my girlfriend that I’m the right man for her, despite what her prophet said?
Question: I’m a 28 years old guy who is dating a 22 years old girl, who just graduated with her bachelor’s degree. We have been dating for nine months. I’m a Christian. We don’t attend the same church. At the moment she is not getting along with me and she is considering terminating our relationship…Read More
You shouldn’t call people false prophets
Question: Thank you for the information about Mr. Clement. I do, though, have a comment to make, not necessarily about Kim or really whether he’s right or wrong but generally speaking. I just don’t know of him well enough to speak out about him since I work long hours and time to do research isn’t normally…Read More
Is it biblical to sow seed (money) every time we seek something from God as some prophets and pastors claim?
Question: Is it biblical to sow seed (money) every time we seek something from God as some prophets and pastors claim? Answer: First off we have a problem because there are no modern-day prophets. So we are dealing with people pretending to be something God doesn’t approve of. See: Prophets Today? Think Again! Latter Day…Read More