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Who Is David Hunt

Do you know David Hunt? What do you think of his teachings?

Moderator - His teachings would probably line up with the False Traditions Bible Quiz would be my guess.

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Didn't he make that tomato ketchup?...I jest.
---Eloy on 5/21/08

I have listened to Dave Hunt preach and have a couple of his books. He gives a lot of information about the New Age and the secret Rapture. I agree with a lot of what he teaches but not all. He will help anyone to think and look a lot closer at what they believe and whay. Which to me is a good thing.
---Samuel on 5/20/08

Moderator, I totally agree with you. I have read much of his work. In correspondence about his book, he has complained that he is "mystified" by the arguments for God's sovereignty in salvation. He often appeals to common sense and rational arguments(rather than the Bible) to make his points about the character of God-as if he has forgotten that Scripture, not human wisdom, is the means by which God has revealed Himself to us.
---Lupe2618 on 5/20/08

From what I have read of him (I have never heard him preach) he has written an extremely good book about the cults and has criticized many evangelists, for which he has also been criticized.
---M.P. on 9/22/07

MODERATOR: Why on earth would you say that Dave Hunt's teachings are probably Roman Catholic? The Dave Hunt I knew would never agree with the RCC on almost anything they teach! Although I'm def. not saying I agree with all he's taught and find the direction his ministry has taken say in the last oh maybe 5 years too narrow, have YOU read anything (or enough?) by him to say something like that?

Moderator - Sorry, for the poor wording of my comment. I was attempting to state he would be in agreement with the False Traditions Quiz, bottomline he would make 100%.
---Daniel on 3/25/07

Hunt's complain about Warren is that he is on board with worldly marketing of the gospel. "Nevertheless, they have (wittingly or unwittingly) taken on worldly baggage and are headed down a road littered with anti-biblical means and methods."
---lee on 2/9/06

I read a 2 or 3 of his books several years ago. I believe he is generally on target. As with anyone other than Jesus Himself, he isn't perfect, but pretty dern close - and he's exposed many who are misusing, abusing, and fleecing God's children. Though I was in a WOF church for 6+ years, I never bought into it fully - always had the proverbial "red flag" waving in the back of my mind - and did finally leave. I thank God that I read those books.
---daphn8897 on 2/2/06

Dave Hunt is an rabit anti-Roman Catholic and writes much on that subject. "The Woman Rides the Beast", however, does have some good information about RC beliefs. In my opinion, he does have some good points but is overly critical of those to whom he has disagreement esp. Rick Warren "the Purpose Driven Life".

Moderator - From a bottomline standpoint, what does he have to say about Rick Warren's Book?
---lee on 2/2/06

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