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100% Proof The Shack Luciferian Doctrine

Thursday, March 9, 2017 14:11
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Ephesians 5:6-7 Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience. Be not ye therefore partakers with them.

From Tim Challies:
In Lies We Believe About God, we see Paul Young apart from the subjectivity of narrative. And as he proclaims what he denies and affirms, he outs himself as beyond the bounds of Christian orthodoxy. This book is a credo for false teaching, for full-out heresy. I do not say this lightly, I do not say it gleefully, but I do say it confidently. Christian booksellers should be utterly ashamed to sell this book or any other by its author. Christians should not subject themselves to his teaching or promote his works, for he despises sound doctrine that leads to salvation and advocates false doctrine that will only ever lead away from God. – From Article “What Does the Shack Really Teach?“.

100% UNDENIABLE PROOF that you have gnostic luciferians trying to hide themselves as Christians. 

For proof that The Shack is Luciferian Doctrine please watch our Documentary “THE SHACK DOCUMENTARY: WITCHCRAFT AND DEMON DOCTRINE

There is no denying it now – if you still decide to worship false prophets and idols who promote this garbage… shame on you – you are a partaker in them leading people away from God or leading people astray.

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  • In “The Shack” the characters are God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. They are portrayed as bizarre characters – two of them as women. This is seriously corrupting the Word of God introducing Talmudic jewish fables that the Bible continuously warns about.

    This is simply more theological heresy, put out by the “usual suspects” to discredit God The Father and the redemptive work of His Son.

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