e-Newsletter

Volume Seven, Issue Eight
03/02


Volume 7, Issue 8
"DECEPTION IN THE CHURCH" e-Newsletter
04/02

Dear DITC e-Newsletter subscribers,

Greetings in the name of the risen and living Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

FEATURE ARTICLE

The feature article in this issue is called "Logic, Perspicacity And A Touch Of Common Sense" by Mike Oppenheimer of Let Us Reason Ministries.  You can reach it here:

http://www.letusreason.org/WF30.htm

This article lists a number of quotes from various teachers on the subjects of (1) "We Are Gods" and (2) "Adam Was God".  You are challenged to pick out who made the quotes.  For people who are not familiar with apologetics or with certain teachers, you are also provided an Answer Page. Click on the following link:

http://www.letusreason.org/WF31.htm

For those involved in the Third Wave/Word-Faith/New Apostolic Reformation, some of these quotes may come as a shock to you.  Lest you doubt that New Age concepts have been and are invading many churches that claim to be "Christian" and to believe in the core doctrines of the Faith, check the names of some of those making claims that human beings are on their way to or are already "gods".

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DITC is a Christian ministry of the Apologetics Coordination Team (ACT) and we give away a lot of materials, and provide one of the largest article archives on the subject of the Third Wave and New Apostolic Reformation on the Web.  Keeping up with what is going on in the Third Wave is a huge job and one that takes a lot of research and careful examination of the Scriptures.  At over 900+ articles and other materials, we continue to grow and the Lord has used this ministry in the lives of thousands of people each month from almost every nation in the world.  We answer around 100 e-mails a week, some with very difficult issues to face.  If you are currently supporting church and mission projects and individuals, then please continue your support of them.  Missionaries, in particular, need your prayers and continued support.  If the Lord has blessed you financially and you are led of the Spirit to help us out, then we appreciate your support.  But the best support is to use DITC materials to help others who are struggling to come to grips with the issues of the Third Wave.

In Christ,
Sandy Simpson, missionary