Inoculated Christians

Paul Washer


Paul Washer

http://www.heartcrymissionary.com/home

From StreetFishing at http://streetfishing.blogspot.com/

“I met “Top hat” Todd on Hollywood Blvd. during Ambassadors’ Academy #1. Todd had a lot of knowledge and Christian terminology, But he also mentioned purgatory and thought being a pretty good person would get him to Heaven. This is a typical conversation with someone who is often referred to as an inoculated Christian. That is, someone who knows enough to have gotten some truth, but there is enough false thinking that has made a mess of things. It’s like trying to untie a dozen knots on a shoestring. It takes awhile to get through it all and can be very frustrating. God only knows where Todd really is at. Please pray for him. Listen here as I witness to Todd.”

For the full article:
http://streetfishing.blogspot.com/2008/05/top-hat-todd.html

From Time 2 Change Churches http://time2changechurches.blogspot.com/

Ten Reasons to NOT ask Jesus into Your Heart

By Pastor Brian Culver

“Telling someone to ask Jesus into their hearts has a very typical result, backsliding. the Bible says that a person who is soundly saved puts his hand to the plow and does not look back because he is fit for service. In other words, a true convert cannot backslide. If a person backslides, he never slid forward in the first place. “If any man is in Christ, he is a new creation.” (II Cor.5) No backsliding there.

Brace yourself for this one: with very few if any exceptions, anyone who asked Jesus into their hearts to be saved…is not. If you asked Jesus into your heart because you were told that is what you have to do to become a Christian, you were mis-informed. …”

For the full article:
http://time2changechurches.blogspot.com/2008/04/ten-reasons-to-not-ask-jesus-into-your.html

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4 thoughts on “Inoculated Christians

  1. Hi, I stumbled across your blog and so thankful I did. How refreshing to read blogs who stand up for truth and righteousness according to the Word of God and not after man.
    I really enjoy Paul Washer,john MacArther etc.
    I’m Sandra from New Zealand so feel free to drop by my blog sometime. I will be visiting again, thank you for being bold and presenting the truth as it should be told.

  2. Thank you for the encouragement. This is my first attempt at anything like this, but I felt that if I didn’t try to point others in the right direction I would literally bust. I have been in the “church all my life” yet I have learned nothing in most SBC churches. Good teaching is hard to come by. I actually live in the same state as Paul Washer but haven’t heard him personally, yet. I’ll check out your Blog.

  3. I love your site. I lived with the belief i was a Christian because i “knew the facts”. At age 28, i found a sinners prayer and finally “became a christian”. Needless to say i had NEVER been a Christian. Until by Gods mercy He drew me to Him. It was months of pulling me out of worldly churches, leading me to begin hearing the real gospel via MacArthur online, and keeping me in His Word. Through all of those means, He truly saved my life! He revealed to me my sinfulness, my absolute unrighteousness and His merciful work on the cross for me! 2 Cor. 5:17. The gospel presented to the world must include the law, sin, and judgement, repentance and faith. I work at a workplace full of “a form of godliness while denying its power”. Your sight has given me great resources to share with them. In the south it seems “everyone is a christian”. Like an inheritance. I believed in that once too. Oh how merciful Christ is to bring me from darkness to light. Thanks for being another light of truth in this ever darkening world of false Christianity.

    Berean Wife Reply:

    Lorikeets,

    I’m glad you have been saved. I enjoy helping to provide resources for others to encourage them and to help them share the gospel with others.

    I know about the “Southern Christians” I’m afraid. 🙁 Lived here all my life.

    Berean Wife

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