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Who is Kenneth Copeland?

Who is Kenneth Copeland? Does Kenneth Copeland's ministry promote Biblical teachings, ecumenical doctrines or a false gospel?

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Signs of a false teacher #31: Don't let anyone judge you - this puts an almost unscalable fence around his flock, it is drilled deep into them for this affect. Is there a better way to render them intractable? But we are to judge the church, from the Word of God, we don't accept a pastor's teachings without it! Man sharpens man with it. Reproving his followers from Scripture often receives their shyster's declaration that's tantamount to: we'll see who's laughing on Judgement Day. What a gamble to take when we can know the Lord right here, right now. The charlatan will call it faith but the bible calls it folly. In the end his followers will meet the lord they have gotten to know by nature but not the One by Name.
---John_II on 9/8/09

Hi rob, i hear the call of salvation on each teaching. Let me get 2 the point. We are not 2 judge. I refuse to play god. God is god! Let him b the judge. Lets just lead eachother to jesus. We dont have the time 4 strife and divisson. Love u rob.
---Sunnie on 9/8/09

Sunnie, you wrote Kenneth Copeland is a teacher of who's word he is teaching when he teaches God is the biggest failure in the Bible.

That sounds like something Satan and his servant's would say.

Also I have listened to Kenneth Copeland, and not once did I ever hear him share the Gospel of Christ Jesus or talk about SALVATION.
---Rob on 9/7/09

Kenneth copeland is a teacher of the word. He is not claiming 2 be a prophit. His children were raised n the ministry and are now pastor and teachers. Preaching jesus is lord. Salvation. Stop attacking our fellow brother. At least dont u c that souls are being won to jesus?
---Sunnie on 9/6/09

Signs of a false teacher #17: Spin is a rescue for them, they are experts in pre-emption, recrimination and false testimony which is afforded them because untruth is ad infinitum, worldly protractions which will wear you down. Followers who are worried about what Christians and the bible say exposing their leader find relief in just one craftily spun sentence from him. As the false teacher shows himself to be unmoved by it all and that his preoccupation is with God's work, their hearts yield to God the heresy that they are willing to accept for humanly bespoken doctrines. Exponents will talk finance to appear transparent, they will remark how their ministry is active as though it's a good thing and end it with an insincere GBU.
---John_II on 9/6/09

Little effort is needed to find error in his teaching: that you are a god, God was a failure, redemption wasn't completed at the cross, etc. Kenneth has made several false prophecies, "close to a billion people... trapped in that religion (Islam)... over the next few months... come into the kingdom of God", 12-02-01. There is a considerable amount of first person testimony as to financial misconduct in the ministry. He has been properly rebuked by several congregations, but has not repented, Romans 16:17-18, 1Corinthians 2:15, 5:1-13, 6:4, 11:31-32, 1Timothy 5:19-22, (1Timothy 3:1-15, Titus 1:6-9, 1Peter 5:2).
---Glenn on 9/2/09

The Word of Faith movement is based on the writings of E.W. Kenyon, whose teachings were similar to the metaphysical philosophy of "New Thought". Generally, they diminish God, and elevate man. And are known for pride, rebellion, immaturity in Christ, dishonesty, not receiving correction, and for having little respect for the Bible (Eisegeses). W.O.F. believe that they have the truth, and that anyone in opposition to them is deceived. Most of the modern "Charismatic" fleshly manifestations came out of the W.O.F., including the Dominionist movement.
Jeremiah 2:12-13, Mathew 7:15, 15:14, Romans 12:16, 2Timothy 4:3-4, 2John 1:9-11 / 1Timothy 6:3-4 > Ezequiel 34:1-10, John 10:15-14, the Nicene creed.
---Glenn on 9/2/09

K.Copeland is like the rest of those(soothe sayers,blind guides)that are on tbn even radio are there with their hands out for your money & does Not care for your soul.
---Lawrence on 8/31/09

Nervous compulsive laughter is the characteristic of certain kinds of people. If you review your life will remember some people who had nervous compulsive laughter, were they among the more normal people you have known? O---- There's the answer!!!!
---mima on 7/20/09

I used to listen to him, but his priorities are not right. God neither promised material wealth, nor reocmmended we seek it.
---Donna66 on 7/19/09

There are none so blind as those who will not see. You are missing out on so much that God has for you because of your closed mind and heart.
---sheila on 7/18/09

Ask yourselves,"Do you have on the garment of righteousness in you life or self-centeredness that destroys people." It appears to me that you are demonstrating the evil of this world not demonstrating the Kingdom of Heaven in the this world. Think on this because it just may set you free from you selfish intent! Selfish intent breds contempt, hate, separation plus kills and destroys in the name of the God of this world. Remember as children of God we will know our Sheppard voice. Spread the Love of God, Joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, mercy and grace. Are you doing that as a man of God?

We should pray for the Servants of God, not bring them down, Let God be the Judge of the intent of their hearts.
---dnk on 6/26/08

1)It is obvious to me that some don't have the infilling of the Holy Spirit in their life or they would consider what Paul the apostle and Peter states about meslishes gossip can do.

We are to follow Christ in power and Strength and people like you try their very best to stop God's power here on the earth Jesus' word states we are to be ambassadors to the world. What type of ambassador are you sir? Does your truth spread Faith and Trust in the hearts of those you seek it from your testimony?

Who appointed you judge and jury of sin? I would really like to know just how high and mighty you really think you are with your religious dead spirit.
---DNK on 6/26/08

He is different than Jesse Duplantis. Jesse has a great disposition, he's open and compassionate towards people. I like Jesse and Cathy D.

Kenneth is under the umbrella of the "Where's the money?" investigation. He does laugh hysterically at odd times on his program. I have no idea what that's all about. Maybe it's over the money.

Reminds me. I went to an estate sale. A wealthy woman there was laughing hysterically in the very same way. Life is good, life is great, she'd tell everyone and then with a shrill high pitched laughter you could hear over the entire crowd. Nervous compulsive laughter, people started heading for their cars in droves.
---Donna on 6/26/08

I do think that Kenneth Copland is a bit off base myself. Prosperity theology is not biblical. As mentioned, Kenneth also says several things which directly contradict many verses in the bible. He does not provide an open record as to bookkeping. When asked about what he used his private jet for he replied "that is none of your buisness". I think he probably has bipolar disorder whereby he sometimes believes he is a god.
---Tim on 6/26/08

Titus 1:2 tells us that God does not lie.

John 8:42-47 tells us Satan is a deceiver and father of all lies.

Is what is written in Romans 1:18-32, along with 2 Peter Chapter 2, God's Truths or Satan's Lies?

What about what is written in Romans 16:17-18, and Titus 1:10-11 Are we to expose false teachers and warn others about who they really are, or are we to ignore them?
---Rob on 5/23/08

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Emily, I encourage you to be like the Bereans, and follow the example of Acts 17:11.

Kenneth Copeland teaches that he is a God, and those who follow his teaching are also Gods. This goes back to Satan's lie found in Genesis 3:1-4.
---Rob on 5/23/08

Kenneth Copeland also teaches if a person wants something, they are to speak it into being. Can you show me where this is found in scripture. Unless I am missing something, only God spoke things into being.

Kenneth Copeland along with his counterparts, also teach God cannot do anything without first receiving our permission.

I encourage you not to just believe me, but to check these things out for yourself, Acts 17:11.
---Rob on 5/23/08

If Christian blogs are used as nothing but an avenue to express your hatred for evangelicals, fundamentals or any other term you use for Christians that you cannot stand, you're going to hell.
If you have nothing but hatred in your heart for pop-evangelicals, fundamentals, everyone you consider to be unintelligent and unlearned, you're going to hell.
---Emily on 5/23/08

Whatever you think about any of the TV preachers, anyone that does not believe as you do, if you are maliciously hating anyone and using Christianity as your excuse to do so, you're going to hell.
If it's really all Christians that you hate, you're going to hell.
---Emily on 5/23/08

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It is one thing to point out flawed teaching, but when you point out fundamentals, evangelicals as a whole - and on every venue you visit, spreading your gospel of hatred for them, you're going to hell.
---Emily on 5/23/08

Elizabeth, I disagree with you.

It is the religous and unlearned people who love Kenneth Copeland and those who are like him.

They take a stand for, and also defend these false teachers, because they are lacking in the true knowledge and understanding of God's Word, 2 Timothy 2:14-19.

I have examined Kenneth Copepland and his teachings. He falls into the catagory found in Romans 1:18-32 and 2 Peter Chapter Two.
---Rob on 5/23/08

Jana, you are so right.
It is the religious people that hate Kenneth Copeland the most and the tv evangelist...
Bec, they would have to change the way they live by getting into the Word of God instead of believing all that religious traditional garbage,that has had them so deceived, for so long....And, they know absolutely nothing about KCM.or what they believe.Only the Word Faith People dare to watch that Ministry.They give millions into the prison ministry,healing ministry, etc.etc...
---Elisabeth on 5/22/08

Kenneth Copeland Ministries still has an F grade on Ministry Watch on Transparency for financial reporting as of May 2007. They do not make public use of donor funds or provide open financial accounting for public inspection, but the do not have any Donor Alerts at this time.

I did see a new Donor alert about Trinity Broadcasting Network (This makes their fourth) when I check the the Ministry Watch web site today.
---notlaw99 on 5/22/08

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KC is a mighty man of God who preaches the absolute truth concerning the Word of God and for over 40 reason that these minister's are so attacked is because they are the Word/Faith people...Who serve the Word/Faith God.The reason that these people can be on tv is bec they can afford to pay the million dollars a week to be on tv...People who attack these people are just jealous bec they are not on tv bringingmillions into God's Kingdom...Preach the truth and you will be persecuted...
---Elisabeth on 5/22/08

False teachings. Any ministry that deals with the worlds things,taking them in & not staying strictly to the bible is false .You cannot serve a ministry that serves the world& Jesus at the same time. Especially the holidays...anyone not doing things according to the bible are false preachers.
---sammie on 5/22/08

To see where the deception of modern Christendom comes from, Google 'Jacob Boehme' and read with caution. He was the mentor of William Law who is the fore-father of WoF doctrine. God betimes exposes us to what is wrong so we may see the light. Psycho-spiritual manipulation. BUT, Jesus had me pray for Copeland and send him a powerful revelation on Christ being our spiritual DNA - so go figure - God loves him just as He does us all, and in not willing that any be lost.
---Ian on 5/4/07

I have one question, why would Jesus have said to the woman with the issue of blood or the centurion, "They faith has made you whole" if in fact, their faith had nothing to do with their being whole. You say faith can't manipulate reality, but I seem to remember Peter taking steps onto the water only while he did not let fear contradict his faith. Was he a witch?
---Matt on 4/17/07

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Daphne, new agers decree, say positive affirmations. I can't imagine John the Baptist, saying, "I love and appreciate myself", "I release the need to be right. I am at peace, I love and approve of myself".
"Money comes to me".

I see the freedom in Christ. Seek God and His righteousness. Manipulating the spiritual realm is witchcraft. Decrees for material wealth, repetitious prayer as well?
---Cindy on 2/2/07

Cindy, When you are in the midst of it, it is almost impossible to see the lie. The Lord was patient with me, speaking to me for over 2 years, that I needed to get out. I was so arrogant and deceived, it took that long to realize it was God's voice. I'm grateful for His mercy and grace.
---daphn8897 on 2/2/07

Kenneth Copeland is a servant of God n doing the job wel..those of u who dont think this, my question to u then is, "What r u doing 4 God?" Are u working 4 Him like Ken? R U game enough 2 go out n spread the gospel of Jesus Christ as dear Ken do? We r all ambassadors of Christ. B light bearers, not sin bearers
---jana on 2/2/07

Daphne, people do sow enormous seeds. I appreciate you taking the time to answer. (I know people who sow).
Did you see those who planted seeds, not receive a harvest; at some point did light bulbs go on - or did they kick themselves?
---Cindy on 2/1/07

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Cindy, I just realized I didn't answer one of your questions, "why do you think some folks receive all those large items?" Much of what I saw was the preacher/pastor manipulating the congregation by using "seed faith" teaching - implying that if you "plant" a big enough seed... and usually you were supposed to "plant" in their garden... because planting in "anointed" soil would bring greater increase.
---daphn8897 on 2/1/07

Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Matt 6:33

God chooses our spiritual gifts and God chooses our earthly gifts.

If we are seeking God and His righteousness,
we can trust Him to give us what He wants to.
That's freedom.
---Cindy on 1/30/07

I have not thought about decreeing, using God's Word, morning, noon, and night - to force manifestations from the spiritual realm.
Are those that do that laying up treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal?
Matt 6:19
---Cindy on 1/30/07

"Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal.

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

Matt. 6:20,21
---Cindy on 1/30/07

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Cindy, What I saw was basically no different that witchcraft. If I believe hard enough and long enough it will happen - by the force of my belief/faith. Again, the cause of anything happening... me/my faith. WoF basically teaches what some folks call white witchcraft, using scripture to manipulate the spiritual realm - and, as I posted previously, to demand or force God to do your will.
---daphn8897 on 1/30/07

Daphn, thank you for making some very good points.
Do you think it's similar to multi-level sales? Only the guy at the top really rakes in the big rewards? Did you see evidence of those speaking specific decrees receive what they were believing for?
It's all about "me". The house, the boat, the car, the big huge things - owning an island, a country (maybe). An ocean of fish.

On more question, Daphne, why do you think some folks receive all those large items?
---Cindy on 1/29/07

jhonny, It's taken several years of being out, sitting under sound doctrine, to see it for what it really is. Whenever folks say that the finished work of Jesus on the Cross wasn't/isn't enough, there is error. Whenever "faith" becomes a means to self gratification, there is error. When what I say or do becomes the ultimate determiner of my joy... I've missed it. What we bring to the table is corrupt at best. Anything good is 100% from Him.
---daphn8897 on 1/29/07

Cindy, The greatest error is that the center of everything is us - rather than God. WoF is extremely man centered. It's all about what I do and what I say... and what I can get God to do, by how I act and how I say things. WoF actually presumes and "demands" from God, as if he's some great gene in the sky, bound by our words because we rubbed his lamp and released him by our words. The centrality of the Cross is lacking if there at all.
---daphn8897 on 1/29/07

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Cindy, As far as folks not getting what they spoke... pretty interesting how they cover that discrepancy. Either, their faith isn't strong enough, or they've somehow thrown up a roadblock by saying the wrong thing, or someone else has spoken a curse over them.. or.. or... Again, man centered rather than God centered.
---daphn8897 on 1/29/07

Daphn, what would you say is the greatest error about WoF? I would like to hear your opinion. You were there, what did you have to shake off, deprogramming. Was it seeing some never receive what they were speaking over themselves?
---Cindy on 1/27/07

Mima - I believe you are wrong because Kenneth Copeland preaches "another Jesus, another gospel". People who supposedly get saved under his ministry are listening to a false Jesus.
---Helen_5378 on 1/26/07

For all those here that think calling God "sir" is Ok, ask the Lord for discernment and then see what you think. God is not a human being, and He is to be worshipped. It is disgusting to reduce Him to "sir".
---Helen_5378 on 1/26/07

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Pamela Burnett - No, being poor is definitely a curse. It is wrong however to make being rich a gospel in itself.
---Helen_5378 on 1/26/07

Daphn: "They are ensnared and worshipping another god." I believe you. May I ask how you were able to see this clearly. Thanks jhonny.

---jhonny on 1/26/07

Was in a WoF church for many years. Sat under Kopeland, Hagin, Summeral, etc.. Was the primary worship leader, choir director, womens ministry leader, and taught at their private school, and completed their bible school. IT IS FALSE DOCTRINE!!! De-programming is right. All you can do for the folks still enmeshed is gently point out error, and PRAY!. Only the Holy Spirit can set them free - our reasoning or posturing will never do it. They are ensnared and worshipping another god.
---daphn8897 on 1/26/07

Yes Mr. Copeland is a false teacher, a name it and claim it man, and he makes merchandise of the people. But, and as strange it seems, people can find salvation listening to his message. As similarly individual Catholics can they saved. All this is very interesting.
---Mima on 1/26/07

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Sometimes when God tells me something, I will say, "yes sir". If God doesn't seem to mind, oh well.
---CATHERINE on 1/26/07

I think Kenneth Copeland know he is a false bible teacher. But does it matter if you are a god. In this, you can make up your own rules. And believe me, Kenneth Copeland plays by his own rules when it comes to interpreting the Bible.

For any to follow KC clearly shows "we are in perlious times."
---TDG on 1/26/07

haha helen whats wrong w/ Calling God sir...can we only adress him as God...i like to call him friend is that bad???
---Mark on 1/25/07

Hi. Br. Copeland does that because he respects God more than a military official. Most likely you think that being poor makes you humble. It would do you good to spend more time reading the Bible than putting others down. If you don't agree don't obsess on it. The Copelands are more on target than most. That is'nt the issue. I think your bitter about ministers. It is so much better for you to stay with a ministry you agree with and start being blessed. GBU!
---Pamela_Burnett on 1/25/07

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Kenneth Copeland is a false teacher. Just about all he talks about is money and wealth which is the false Prosperity Gospel. I have also heard him on television address God as "sir". Wolf.
---Helen_5378 on 8/9/06

Pastor Deb--Thanks for telling your story. I used to know quite a few followers of Kenneth Copeland, but lost contact with them all. I wondered what happened to them when his doctrine let them down (as was inevitable). I was fearful that some, with little knowledge of the Word, would turn from Christianity altogether. It's SO IMPORTANT for Christians to study the Bible for themselves, to see verses in context and get God's entire message.
---Donna2277 on 8/8/06

Yes, Kenneth promotes the bible as God's word. It is not false gospel. None of what I've read here represents anything of his ministry. People can read anything they are "looking" for into the simplest of statements. Not every minister is for everybody - like not every type of music is for everyone. I know him, I know his ministry..he is not misleading anyone, even about finances.
---Terry on 8/8/06

I am a teacher of the bible in a bible institute and have served the Lord for many years. I at one time sat under this ministry and had to actually be de programed to be able to accept my dads death! I agree with Lupe 2 and know that most of what our friend here teaches is off base and made up on opinion. We must study to show ourselves approved! Get out the concordance and investigate the teachings and see for your selves! God will reveal the truth and it will set you FREE! Amen!
---Pastor_Deborah_MacQu on 12/15/05

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Grace, you spoke and I asked you a question and you did not answer. On Christ dying in the Spirit, can you answer that one first? Second, can you answer where it says that God is on the outside looking in? Third, "As a believer, you have a right to make commands in the name of Jesus. Each time you stand on the Word, you are commanding God to a certain extent" Where does it say that we command God to do anything? When you wrote you didn't answer you just talked but didn't compare it to anything.
---Lupe2618 on 12/12/05

Grace: My input probably won't help you here, but what you said backed by scriptures on the subject under discussion, is one of the most simplest, plainest, & scriptural ones I've heard or read! "Judgement [has] must begin at the house of Echad/God", & evidently God is separating some tares from the wheat. Keep up the good work, then move on when finished. This issue & others appear more a "imbedded" doctrinal issue. God's Best [I Cor.1:13a]!
---bob6749_[Elishama] on 12/12/05

Wolf!!! Matthew 7:15.
---Leon on 11/29/05

Sister Grace, I don't know how you can say I didn't do this or that, just because I don't agree with you. Give me one at a time and I will answer the best way I know how. I don't want to avoid anything. To explain one things it takes a full explanation as I do take it very serious. God's word is not to be played with are get mad about. It is to be understood with an open heart. You spoke a lot and said nothing. Give me Scriptures and I will do my best to answer you. Thank you
---Lupe2618 on 11/27/05

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Lupe, you claim you didn't understand a thing I said but neither did you look up those Scriptures and ask the Holy Spirit to teach you. You simply held to what you already believed as though you yourself have all truth. Nor did you explain why those Scriptures say what they do. You didn't address a single one of them. That's okay brother. It really is.
---grace on 11/26/05

Kenneth Copland Ministries has an F in transparency in Ministry Watch. They do not respond to inquiries about financial accounting or management of their ministry; but there is no donor alert at this time. It is unknown if the are members of ECFA

That should be consider a Red Flag if you are considering funding a ministry
---Phil_the_Elder on 11/22/05

2. We are not little gods or a class of Gods. "Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen; that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am He: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me? (Isaiah 43:10). We are not the Word made flesh, just as Jesus. No where in Scripture does the word teach that.
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

1. Jesus did not die in the Spirit, for He is God and God does not die. He did not acccept the sin nature of Satan. We don't command God to do anything. He is God. God is not on the outside looking in. All things belong to Him. "Thine, O Lord, is the greatness, and power, and glory, and the victory, and majesty; for all that is in the heaven and in the earth is thine; thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and thous are exalted as head above all" 1 Chronicles 29:11.
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

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Grace, I really didn't understand all the scriptures you put down. What do they stand for? Are you saying that Kenneth is correct on his statements? I really hope that you don't think that God is human and is 6.2" and weights over 200 pounds and that we are gods. And that Satan controls the world and not God. We need to be approve sister Grace and we have to do what it takes to do that.
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

3. His Word." "God does not have physical possession of the earth, Satan does." I hope that you do not believe all that garbage. We belong to Christ and should learn true doctrine and he is not teaching true doctrine. If you have a close relationship with him then I suggest to make a choice. You an others have two choices, believe him without question or find the truth for Christ sake. Don't take my word for it check what I put down with Scripture. I have the corresponding Scriptures.
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

2. "God's on the outside looking in. He doesn't have any legal entree into the earth. The thing don't belong to Him..This is the position that God's been in.. Might say, Well, if God's running things He's doing a lousy job of it. He hasn't been running 'em, except when He's just got, you know, a little bit of chance." another "As a believer, you have a right to make commands in the name of Jesus. Each time you stand on the Word, you are commanding God to a certain extent because it is
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

Sister Grace, I don't know what all those comments meant, can you show them together to exlain. You seem to be saying a lot that I already know but what is the point? Here is another of his comments on Scripture and God's sovereignty, I do have his books and much to compare with Scripture. If you like this guy that is ok with me. I am stating what he teaches and it is not biblical. "When Adam disobeyed God.. all the dominion and authority God had given to him was handed over to Satan."
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

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In order to live in us, something had to be done with the wicked man...and it was done in Jesus. Don't water down the Lamb. He must be eaten with unleavened bread, bitter herbs, and roasted with fire. A watered down Lamb yields a watered down result.
---Grace on 11/21/05

Colossians tells us that we were quickened (given life to) with him. One who already has life doesn't need quickened. Sounds like God's view of things was much different than what we think. What do you make of those if you don't believe Jesus became who we were? Being the firstborn, He is preeminent and all who are born again after that are placed in Him. He is the head, we are the body.
---Grace on 11/21/05

Timothy says, "God was manifested in the flesh, JUSTIFIED IN THE SPIRIT, seen of angels, and preached on in the world." You don't have to justify one who is already justified. Must have been a reason for that. Romans says that he was put to death in the flesh but made alive in the spirit. Why would one who was already alive in spirit need to be made alive?
---Grace on 11/21/05

Lupe, 2 Corinthians tells us that Jesus was made to be sin with our sin. Galatians tells us that he became the curse. Sin is a nature and is spiritual. What does "was made to be" and "became" mean to you? If He was made those things, then He was identifying with someone and that "someone" was fallen humanity in Adam. He is also the firstborn from among the dead and the firstfruits of the new creation in His resurrection.
---Grace on 11/21/05

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3. in the Garden of Eden..After Jesus was made sin, He had to be born again..Jesus is born again man. (This is the same new birth that the good news of the Gospel still offers to any man who will accept).. Jeus was changed from being made sin into a new creation." Gloria and Kenneth are so far from the truth they don't even bother to correct themselves. I know, everyone makes mistakes, but God's word cannot be mock. We should defend ourselves from this people who teach falsely.
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

2. On Jesus, "Jesus died two deaths. He died spiritually and he died physically." also he mentions about Jesus, "He accepted the sin nature of Satan in His spirit." Now you make the choice, is he for real or not? This are but a few of the quotes he has made and are made public through his own books. Gloria's his wife says on Jesus, " He suffered in His own body, and more important, in His spirit, "Jesus experienced the same spiritual death that entered Man in the
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

False teacher of biblical truth. About God, "He's very much like you and me. A being that stands somewhere around 6'2", and weights somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple of hundred pounds, little better, and has a hand span of nine inches across." "Adam was made in the image of God. He was as much female as he was male. He was exactly like God. Then God separated him and removed the female part. Woman means "man with a womb."
---Lupe2618 on 11/21/05

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