– Advertisement –

Cult Member Commissions Students at Liberty University

by | May 13, 2019 | News, The Church | 0 comments

💡We need your support. As big tech continues its crackdown on conservative blogs, our days on these platforms are numbered. Go Ad-Free plus get Exclusive Member-Only content by subscribing to us on Substack!

Seventh-Day Adventism is a cult — it is not a true expression of Christianity. Founded by false prophet, Ellen G. White, Seventh-Day Adventism adheres to a form of works-righteousness that they call “investigative judgment” whereby they teach that the blood of Jesus “reveals” those who have righteousness of their own. The biblical doctrine of imputed righteousness and substitutionary atonement — that Christ actually died and took the punishment for sinners — is pertinaciously denied in this cult.

Ben Carson, an accomplished neurosurgeon who is well-known for his presidential run in 2016, was invited to speak at Liberty University Friday night commissioning over 20 thousand students.

Ben Carson has openly stated that he is in full agreement with his church’s doctrine, which teaches such heresies and aberrant doctrines such as Jesus is the archangel, Michael, denial of eternal Hell, and soul sleep.

This is not the first time Southern Baptists have had run-ins with cult-member, Ben Carson. Placing right-wing politics over biblically accurate theology, in 2016, former Southern Baptist Convention president, Steve Gaines invited Carson to pray at his church and refers to him as “brother in Christ.” Well-known Southern Baptist pastor, Robert Jeffress calls him an “intelligent, committed Christian,” though Carson denies several of the essential doctrines of the faith.

Join Us and Get These Perks:

✅ No Ads in Articles
✅ Access to Comments and Discussions
✅ Community Chats
✅ Full Article and Podcast Archive
✅ The Joy of Supporting Our Work 😉



In 2015, Carson was invited to speak at the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual Pastor’s Conference, whereby he was later disinvited after much pushback from Southern Baptists.

The fascination in Christian circles with those who hold to such aberrant theology is telling about the primary focus on those in these circles. It isn’t just a problem on the politically conservative end of the Christian spectrum, as the progressive outlets, such as The Gospel Coalition and the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission tend to place their leftist politics over biblical theology at an alarming rate as well.

The Dissenter is primarily supported by its readers. The best way to support us is to subscribe to our members-only site where you will receive all of our content ad-free, plus you will get member-only exclusive content.

Or you can make a one-time or recurring donation using the box below. (Note, the donation box below is not for memberships, but for donations. For memberships, use the button above.) For all other donor or supporter inquiries, please reach out to jeff@disntr.com.

- Advertisement -

Latest

No, Abortion is Not a “States’ Rights Issue,” Here’s Why

No, Abortion is Not a “States’ Rights Issue,” Here’s Why

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, a chorus of celebration erupted from the conservative corner of America. The triumph was substantial, the cries of victory deafening. Republican leaders and right-wing pundits proudly declared...

- Advertisement -

Subscribe

Store

Follow Us

- Advertisement -

You Might Also Like…

Peace and Unity With the Left is Not an Option for Christians

Peace and Unity With the Left is Not an Option for Christians

In the aftermath of the recent assassination attempt on Donald Trump, it may seem prudent to seek common ground with our enemies. It may be easy to fall prey to the superficial and hollow calls to “unity” from political leaders—whether it be Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi,...

- Advertisement -

Want to go ad-free with exclusive content? Subscribe today.

This will close in 0 seconds