Authors of Confusion Pt. 15 – The Calvary Chapel Movement

Lighthouse Trails Research –

In 2006, Calvary Chapel made a public stand against  contemplative spirituality and the emerging church; they also stated:  ”The teaching and positions of Rick Warren have come into conflict with us at Calvary Chapel. Pastor Chuck has directed us to discontinue this product effective immediately. Chuck Smith read Deceived on Purpose, A Time of Departing, and Faith Undone and found them right on. In a number of radio programs, Smith favorably acknowledged the work of Lighthouse Trails, and in private e-mails to editors at Lighthouse Trails, he made his support of our work and warnings to the body of Christ evident. But over the past few years, several confusing things have taken place that leave many wondering just what direction the Calvary Chapel movement is really heading. An upcoming conference called Twelve: 2011 Global Online Gathering held by Saddleback Church and Rick Warren is another example of why many people are becoming increasingly confused about Calvary Chapel.

One of the most “memorable” incidents was at Greg Laurie’s Harvest Crusade 2009, when Rick Warren sat on the podium, was introduced by Chuck Smith as his “friend,” and gave the opening prayer.

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Religious Trojan Horse ~ By Brannon Howse

Worldview Weekend Foundation –

Book description:
Brannon Howse echoes the warning of Jude 3-as urgent now as the day Jude first wrote the words almost 20 centuries ago. Godless worldviews have been eroding Europe’s and America’s Judeo-Christian heritage for years, but now the problem has taken a dire turn for the worse. While false teachers have been around since biblical times, infiltration of the church has increased alarmingly, just as Jesus predicted in Matthew 24.

Well known evangelical and pro-family leaders have joined in events, alliances, and common causes with a shocking array of unbiblical partners. As a result, many contemporary “Christian” leaders embrace and encourage the false Jesus and false gospels of Mormonism, the New Age Movement, Roman Catholicism, Word of Faith teachers, the New Apostolic Reformation, Eastern Mysticism, and the spiritual left. Our bitterest philosophical enemies have made it past the gatekeepers of both mainstream and evangelical Christian thought, and anti-Christian worldviews have assembled within the walls of our churches. As a result, hostile forces wreak havoc in the minds and hearts of believers who are caught unaware.

In Religious Trojan Horse, Brannon exposes the outrageous breach of integrity in the Church, compromised by popular and dangerous teachings that are anything but scriptural. With thorough and precise documentation of every claim and accusation, Brannon shows exactly who is to blame and how. In this book, you’ll discover:·
How the philosophy and eschatology of false religions have infiltrated evangelicalism;
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The saboteurs who have convinced 21st century evangelicals to embrace and promote heresies of the social gospel, dominion theology, ecumenicalism, mysticism, social justice, and communitarianism;
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The real and present danger that a false church has brought “soft” persecution to biblically committed Christians-with worse to follow;
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The potential for an apostate Church to become the catalyst for the coming New World Order;
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How the Harlot Church of Revelation 17 will do the bidding of a one-world leader;
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The threat that mainstreaming a blend of “signs and wonders” with mystical “Christianity” has already conditioned unaware sheeple to accept a one-world leader;
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That the pro-family “industry” and its “culture war” have been an easy mark for infiltration by enemies of the Gospel;
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How Rick Warren, Tony Blair, Joel Osteen, C. Peter Wagner, Glenn Beck, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Rockefellers, Mike Bickle, Rick Joyner, Peter Drucker, Jim Wallis, Tony Compolo, Kenneth Copeland, Creflo Dollar, Benny Hinn, and others have assisted in “building the religious Trojan horse.

Brannon explains how the world’s religions are converging through a syncretism now supported by evangelicals. His revelations will shock you at first. Then you’ll likely be tempted to despair. And make no mistake, the situation is grim. Yet Brannon offers hope simply by opening your eyes to what is happening and what still can be done. He charts the path on which we can return to truly biblical teaching, preaching, and raising of our children.

“Certain men” are indeed creeping in unnoticed, but God is still in charge-and working decisively through those who will not exchange any of the truth for a lie. Religious Trojan Horse will help you become one of the ones stand against the invaders.

 

For more information, click on the link entitled “Religious Trojan Horse“.

Mormonisn, Freemasonry, and Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck, the Mormon, wants to be considered by Christians, as a fellow follower of Christ. However, a simple examination of his religion, and it’s roots, and Glenn Beck’s Freemasonic symbols, will show that he is the exact opposite of a Christian, and should not be allowed to represent, or lead them, as though he were one of them.

Below is the Mormon temple in Utah, and one of its historical museums.

Mormonism was founded by a Freemason, named Joseph Smith, and the masonic handshake can be seen on the outside of the Mormon temple.

The “all seeing eye” can also be seen on the outside of the temple.

The inverted pentagram can clearly be seen as well.

The inverted pentagram is a symbol for Lucifer, just as the “all seeing eye”, and can also be see within the Mormon historical museum.

The god of Freemasonry is not Jesus, and the god of Mormonism, is not Jesus either. Therefore, these religions teaches idolatry.

“Lucifer, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable, blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls? Doubt it not!”
[Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, p. 321, 19th Degree of Grand Pontiff]

Also, Freemasonry teaches witchcraft. 

Glenn Beck is not a Christian, but a Mormon, and a occultist.

Related links are listed below:

Changing Laws Pt. 8 – Freemasonry, Civilization Jihad & The US Government

The links and videos below show the relationship between Islam’s “civilization jihad”, Freemasonry, and the US government. They prove that the war on terror is a myth, and that the Muslim Brotherhood, and Islamic terrorists are not enemies of the West, but partners in globalization, through the Hegelian dialectic.

For more information, click on the link entitled, “Freemasonry & Islam“.