Regular readers of the Mark Riser – Apologist blog will note that I have been critical of modern-day “prophets” who have made false predictions about multiple subjects, including COVID-19 and the 2020 United States presidential election. Because of this, I noted with great interest that Justin Peters, an expert in the Word-Faith and prophetic movements, … Continue reading An Interesting Challenge
Kat Kerr is known for a couple of things. She sports pink hair and claims to have made frequent trips to heaven. In one of those trips, Kerr claimed to see several entertainment personalities there. One of the most prominent of those celebrities was Western movie actor John Wayne. According to Kerr, Wayne was having … Continue reading Heavenly Cinema?
A Video ReviewJustin Peters is an evangelist and teacher who focuses on the “false teachings of the prosperity, health and wealth gospel.” In my own teaching on this subject, I have benefited from his work and video seminars. I was excited to hear that Peters was going to do a major video production on the … Continue reading 2020: The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Year for The Prophets
“Never trust a faith healer who wears glasses.”--Justin Peters
Where are the faith healers?During this time of a global pandemic, we need faith healers now more than ever.We need the ones like Gloria Copeland, who hosts a television program called “God Wants You Well.”The church needs faith healers like Kenneth Copeland, who said that the church has authority over the Coronavirus and pronounced a … Continue reading Where are they? False teachers and the Coronavirus
B., in Shreveport, asks:Jude 1:9 talks about the Devil and Moses’s body but I can’t find that in the Old Testament. What gives?Mark Riser – Apologist responds: That is an interesting question, B. Let’s look at what the half-brother of Jesus, Jude, wrote. “Yet Michael the archangel, when he was disputing with the Devil about … Continue reading Questions from the Grab Bag 2019 #2
J. in Shreveport, asks:“I saw a website recently which said that we should reject the writings of Paul as being contradictory to the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels. What do you think?Mark Riser – Apologist, replies: That’s a very interesting question, J.The website in question “argues the inspired New Testament consists of Jesus’ words … Continue reading Questions from the Grab Bag 2019 #1
“O, God, You are the one true God. Truth is in Your nature. There is no falsehood in You. We know this and love You for it.There are those who preach a false god and a false Jesus. This false god is really nothing more than money and greed which leads these false teachers to … Continue reading A Prayer for False Teachers