Saturday, March 29, 2014


UPDATE APRIL 14, 2014:

"What Will Happen At the End of Time?"

2 Corinthians 4:2-"But we have renounced the hidden things of shame, not walking in craftiness nor handling the word of God deceitfully, but by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God."
2 Corinthians 4:7-"But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us."
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ALLEGED PRINCIPAL WITH JOHN MAXWELL TEAM (?):; although there is no evidence that he is and/or ever was a principal or team member in our research;
See current Maxwell team here:

Scott Newman Smith Preaches the "Victorious Christian Life" Heresy of Keswick Perfectionism, and Watchman Nee as we described in our previous post:

May 17, 2013: Pinder is thinking of inviting Scott Newton Smith to preach about "The Victorious Christian Life" (Watchman Nee & Keswick).

Evangelist Scott Newton Smith promotes the "Victorious Christian Life" (a/k/a "Exchanged Life") heresies of Wesleyan perfectionism, Watchman Nee's "The Normal Christian Life", and Keswick perfectionism. Yet Pinder mentions him early in this sermon and says he is thinking about inviting him to Faith Baptist Church.
See R.C. Sproul on Perfectionism:
YouTube videos of Scott Smith preaching 



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There are 3 stages in getting to "victory" in the Christian life. Too many Christians bail at the earlier stages and default to nominal Christianity. Scott Newton Smith teaches practical application of the "Exchanged Life." Find out more at;
wherein Smith describes the so-called "Three Stages to Victory in the Christian Life"He says there are 3 stages in getting to "victory" in the Christian life. He claims too many Christians bail at the earlier stages and default to nominal Christianity. Scott Newton Smith teaches practical application of the "Exchanged Life."

Faith Baptist Church itself also has its ties to the Keswick camp:, in Whiting, New Jersey, where addicts are taught the heresy of the "victorious Christian life" (of Watchman Nee & others) in the hope that they will be saved and/or healed through a regimen that produces "sinless perfectionism" or something akin to it. All while being treated to "Christian rock" concerts as in:, featuring the groups "Building 429 and The Afters", and their show in October, 2013 called "United We Stand Tour", with Hawk Nelson.
See: (Andrew Naselli, expert on Keswick heresies).
See: (Naselli at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary).

This is Smith's gnostic hybrid version of the Word of Faith "Name It & Claim It" or "Speaking Things Into Existence" heresies of many popular pentecostal, charismatic, dominionist preachers, as well as a number of Southern Baptist preacher/teachers like Beth Moore, Paula White, Benny Hinn, Joyce Meyers, etc., presented as a "scientific" formula that you pay for.


LOUISE HAY OF HAY HOUSE PUBLISHERS, a contemplative even occult organization. See:;
"Louise Hay (born October 8, 1926) is an American motivational author, and the founder of Hay House. She has authored several New Thought self-help books, and is best known for her 1984 book, You Can Heal Your Life.
Hay often releases albums of droning music and monotone affirmations.
Hay said that about this time she found the First Church of Religious Science on 48th Street, which taught her the transformative power of thought. Hay revealed that here she studied the New Thought works of authors like Florence Scovel Shinn, who claimed that positive thinking could change people’s material circumstances, and the Religious Science founder Ernest Holmes, who taught that positive thinking could heal the body.
By Hay's account, in the early 1970s she became a Religious Science practitioner. In this role she led people in spoken affirmations, which she believes would cure their illnesses, and became popular as a workshop leader. She also recalled how she had studied Transcendental Meditation with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at the Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa.
In 1976, Hay wrote her first book Heal Your Body, which began as a small pamphlet containing a list of different bodily ailments and their “probable” metaphysical causes.
In 1984, Louise Hay established Hay House Publishing Firm. In 1988 Reid Tracy joined the company as an accountant and would eventually become its CEO. The business flourished and attracted various writers. Now Hay House is the primary publisher of books and audio books by Deepak Chopra and Doreen Virtue, as well as many books by Wayne DyerHay House also publishes the teachings of Abraham, channeled through Esther Hicks. Hay House Inc. now publishes over 130 authors.
In September 2011, Louise Hay and Cheryl Richardson released their book "You Can Create An Exceptional Life"."



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Phil Pringle Influenced By Occult/ New Thought/ Metaphysical Cult Teachings:

A number of years ago Karen Mains pretty much torpedoed the ministry of Chapel of the Air, her own ministry, and that of David, her husband, when she wrote Lonely No More. In that book she chronicled her journey into Jungian psychology, visualization and the occult. She of course denied any involvement with the occult, but judge for yourself. Mains describes dreams about her “male-self,” a man she called Eddie Bishop. “He was tall … well formed and trim, somewhere in his early thirties … His fine, dark hair fell in a thick lock across his forehead … his blue-gray eyes looking earnestly into mine.” The details of his communication are specific: “‘You are everything I have ever wanted spiritually,’ he said before I [in the dream] started to drive away.” Mains claims that this experience has taken place “six or eight times a year for the last four or five years.”[7] and has had a “positively profound effect” on her, compelling her to seek psychospiritual counsel. A later session with her “spiritual director” at Cenacle, a Catholic contemplative retreat center, Mains tells of a drastic change in the entity which has been appearing in her mind. She describes an “idiot-child sitting at a table with other people. Its head totally bald and lolled to one side. It was drooling and seemed to be six, seven or eight years of age…. It was so emaciated and malnourished…. He turned his sad, huge eyes on me and smiled sweetly…. This is my idiot-child, the idiot-self of my self.”[8] Her “spiritual director” has her close her eyes and see the child again. She does so and begins to communicate with the image who surprises them both by revealing that it is the “Christ child.” Mrs. Mains ponders the thought that the young man and the idiot-child are both Jesus Christ who has “been attempting to woo me because an essential part of my identity in Him has been expelled from my adult development.”[9] We find that this “Christ child,” whom she is instructed to always take with her, is her “spiritual authority” which she is “afraid of having” and has “rejected not only [as] a part of myself, but a part of myself that is Christ.[10] While she admits that the psychological concept of the male-within-the-female (and visa versa) was developed by Carl Jung, she has always seen it as scriptural.[11] In her self-analysis of her visualized experiences Mains writes, “Through my hardships I discover there’s a small part of myself that hasn’t grown whole along with the rest of me. It’s been maimed by neglect during years of married life. I call it my “idiot-self.” I’m discovering that this malnourished orphan needs to be nursed and nurtured. I must find the idiot-self creeping about in the infrastructure of my soul….Self of my self, this abandoned child is very much a part of me….I understand that in some way, I, the intuitive, introverted, feeling-proficient female, have become the substitute for [my husband] David’s own female self, his anima, to use the Jungian terminology. He…functions for me as my animus….I have abdicated to my husband my own maleness.”[12]   
The spiritual path that Karen Mains describes in Lonely No More can easily be found in most occult spiritual transformation books.   
An uproar ensued following the publication of Lonely No More and it was immediately removed from the bookshelves and taken out of print, but not before irreparable damage was done. The people of God were just not ready for a heavy dose of visualization and occultic practices at the time. Fast forward a dozen years and the spiritual landscape is different today, and apparently more primed for such techniques. David Seamand, a frequent guest on such programs as “Focus on the Family” has written a number of books advocating “Christian” visualization including, Healing for Damaged Emotions and Healing of Memories.   
Recently, popular author and theologian Gregory Boyd has written a similar book entitledSeeing Is Believing. Seeing Is Believing is a good example of how occultic visualization practices are creeping into evangelicalism. Boyd’s thesis is that “It’s not what we believe intellectually that impacts us; it’s what we experience as real”.[13] Experience is the key word, used literally hundreds of times in this small volume (57 times in the 8 page introduction alone). How does one go about experiencing Jesus? Using 2 Corinthians 3:17-4:6 as his main text, Boyd tells us that imagination, when guided by the Holy Spirit and submitted to the authority of Scripture, is our main receptor to the spiritual world.[14] The problem is that our Western mindset rejects imagination as make believe (pp. 72, 86, 95, 127-128, 134, 205). So it is necessary to reject this worldview and adopt an Eastern, mystical understanding. When this happens we begin to use our imagination to discover the real Jesus.[15]   
The most disturbing part of Boyd’s imaginative prayer methodology is that it evolves into New Age visualization. Boyd does not deny this; his caveat is that his program should not be condemned through guilt by association.[16] By visualization what we mean is that at some point in this process the image imagined (the spirit-guide in New Age mysticism) actually comes alive and begins to act independently of the person (such as happened with Karen Mains). At that point contact has been made with the spirit world in ways clearly condemned by Scripture. For example Boyd gives numerous examples such as this one, “Sometimes as I rest with the Lord he will say something unexpected like, ‘Are you ready for more of my freedom?’” Then Jesus leads him to some memory from his past and reconstructs it. This is not wholesome imagination but the altering of reality and contact with the spirit world (he naively assumes the spirit speaking to him is really Jesus). Boyd maintains that only in this manner can a person grow in his knowledge of Christ and/or have his memories healed.[17]   
John Weldon and John Ankerberg tell us, “Visualization is the use of mental concentration and directed imagery in the attempt to secure particular goals, whether physical, psychological, vocational, educational, or spiritual. Visualization attempts to program the mind to discover inner power and guidance. It is often used as a means to, or in conjunction with, altered states of consciousness (e.g., as produced by meditation), and is frequently used to develop psychic abilities or make contact with spirits.”[18]   
Visualization is being used today not only in the occult but also in New Age medicine in an attempt to manipulate mystical life energies; education to tap the “higher self” and its powers; psychotherapy and the church, to bring about inner healing.   
Visualization must be distinguished from imagination. Healthy imagination is a good and wonderful gift from God, but visualization is something very different. In visualization a person is attempting to either directly alter reality or make contact with the spirit world. Both of these practices are condemned in Scripture. David Hunt distinguishes visualization proper from the nonoccult use of the imagination. He observes:   
The visualization we are concerned with is an ancient witchcraft technique that has been at the heart of shamanism for thousands of years, yet is gaining increasing acceptance in today’s secular world and now more and more within the church. It attempts to use vivid images held in the mind as a means of healing diseases, creating wealth, and otherwise manipulating reality. Strangely enough, a number of Christian leaders teach and practice these same techniques in the name of Christ, without recognizing them for what they are.[19]   
A practitioner of visualization describes it in this manner:   
Programmed visualization…is the deliberate use of the power of your own mind to create your own reality….there is nothing too insignificant or too grand for you to visualize. Our lives are limited by what we see as possible….A basic rule of visualization is: you can use visualization to have whatever you want, but YOU MUST REALLY, REALLY WANT WHAT YOU VISUALIZE (emphases in original).[20]   
Visualization has gained popularity in the Western culture as Eastern mystical thought has invaded and been increasingly accepted. This is true because visualization fits best with a pantheistic worldview that sees humans as divine and creators of their own reality. Visualization is an important technique that supposedly taps the higher self and initiates contact with the ultimate cosmic reality.   
By contrast, the Scriptures do not teach or encourage visualization for the healing of memories, healing of body or soul, or spiritual growth. Rather we are called to be renewed daily by the Holy Spirit, prayer and the Word of God.   


The Mystical Door To the Emergent Penetration Of The SBC
This endorsement from America’s Megapastor Rick Warren, a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary as is Foster and Emerging Church icon Rob Bell, would be a great assist in holding open the door for the Southern Baptist Convention to hop back on the road home to Rome accepting apostate Roman Catholicism as a viable expression of the Christian Church. It would also usher in an open attack on the Reformation from post evangelicalism, which was to be launched as a result of practicing the serpentine and spurious spirituality of men like Living Spiritual Teacher Richard Foster



Mental Alchemy

"Foster’s approach to prayer is laced with mysticism as well. He claims that prayer needs to be learned from people who have the right experiences and are “masters” who know what they are doing."

Spiritual Directors

Once mysticism and the supposed need to gain personal revelations from God are embraced, there arises a need for new “masters” who are better at navigating the spirit world. Pagan societies have always had such persons. They are called “shamans.” Eastern religion calls them “gurus.” Deceived Christians call them “spiritual directors.” 


"And now we see the State Convention of the Southern Baptist Convention for the state of Georgia (Online source), has followed the egregious decision of Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) of theSouthern Baptist Convention and in Georgia Baptist Convention (SBC) Now Promoting The Cult Of Richard Foster you’ll see it’s not even attempting to hide its open embrace of the dubious doctrines of the spurious Spiritual Formation promulgated by Foster and Willard et al as a viable approach to Protestant spirituality."

"Paul Yonggi Cho, pastor of the world’s largest church in South Korea , borrowing from the occult, has developed what he calls the “Law of Incubation.”  Here is how it works:  “First make a clear-cut goal, then draw a mental picture, vivid and graphic, to visualize success.  Then incubate it into reality, and finally speak it into existence through the creative power of the spoken word.”"
"As you might guess, the teachings of the “Word of Faith” movement are very attractive to some.  If we can produce whatever our hearts desire by simply demanding what we want by faith, if we can manipulate the universe and perhaps even God, then we have our own personal genie just waiting to fulfill our wishes.  The similarities between Word of Faith teachings and The Secret are unmistakable."
VISUALIZATION: The initial step in Osteen’s program is visualization: “The first step to living at your full potential is to enlarge your vision.  To live your best life now, you must start looking at life through eyes of faith, seeing yourself rising to new levels.  See your business taking off.  See your marriage restored.  See your family prospering.  See your dreams coming to pass.  You must conceive it and believe it is possible if you ever hope to experience it” (p. 4, emphasis his).
The reason why visualization is necessary is because it has the power to bring about what you envision. “You will produce what you’re continually seeing in your mind… If you develop an image of victory, success, health, abundance, joy, peace, and happiness, nothing on earth will be able to hold those things from you… Start anticipating promotions and supernatural increase.  You must conceive it in your heart and mind before you can receive it… You must make room for increase in your own thinking, and then God will bring those things to pass” (pp. 5-6).
Apparently even God is at the mercy of that which we visualize; after all, “Thoughts [not God] determine destiny” (p. 101).  “If you don’t think your body can be healed, it never will be… When you think positive, excellent thoughts, you will be propelled toward greatness, inevitably bound for increase, promotion, and God’s supernatural blessings” (p. 104).


8. Perfection/Unity
  • The teaching that the Church is evolving into little gods, a “new breed,” or an “elect seed” for a transformed endtime “Joel’s Army.”
  • The belief that this generation has a unique DNA or extraordinary special gifting from God.
  • Or, worse, the idea that man can create a “new man” either mystically and/or through a better DNA. The idea that man can be perfected to pre-Fall conditions.
  • The belief that it is harmless to associate with any heretic, even if they are caught in flagrant acts of immorality, illegal behavior, or openly teach heretical doctrines (Todd Bentley, e.g.).
  • The idea that you are impervious to leaven, that it cannot adversely affect you, that you can be around it without any bad consequences to your faith.
  • An insistence on unity at all costs, especially ecumenical unity among Christians, but also including extreme unity with other faiths.
  • Looking for “elect Seeds” to raise up the kingdom government.
“For they are the best of all the generations that have ever been upon the face of the earth. And best of all generations are those elected seeds that will glorify Christ in the last days…. “They will move into things of the supernatural that no one has ever moved in before…. They’ll move in the power that Christ did. Every sign and wonder that’s ever been will be many times in the last days.
They themselves will be that generation that’s raised up to put death itself underneath their feet and to glorify Christ in every way.… the Lord Jesus is worthy to be lifted up by a Church that has reached the full maturity of the God-man!” (p. 146, Vengeance Is Ours, quoting Bob Jones, Visions and Revelations, 1988, audio tape with Mike Bickle.)
 Networking and Collaborative Models

  • The church networking and forming common ground with business, secular and governmental agencies, organizations, institutions, etc. in order to further the “kingdom of God” on earth.
  • The church merging its interests and identity with those of Corporate business organizations and Government.
  • Building the 7 Mountains (or the neo-Kuyperian “spheres”)—cultural centers that must be overtaken and ruled by head apostles in the church.
  • The idea of RECONCILIATION rather than repentance – forging common ground with any group that appears to further kingdom goals, building an international community on earth.
Foster encourages the exceedingly dangerous practice of guided imagery and visualization:
“The inner world of meditation is most easily entered through the door of the imagination. We fail to today to appreciate its tremendous power. The imagination is stronger that the conceptual thought and stronger than the will. ... In his autobiography C. G. Jung describes how difficult it was for him to humble himself and once again play imagination games of a child, and the value of that experience. Just as children need to learn to think logically, adults need to REDISCOVER THE MAGICAL REALITY OF THE IMAGINATION. ... 

“Ignatius of Loyola in his 
Spiritual Exercises constantly encouraged his readers to VISUALIZE THE GOSPEL STORIES. Every contemplation he gave was designed to open the imagination. He even included a meditation entitled ‘application of the senses,’ which is an attempt to help us utilize all five senses as we picture the Gospel events. His thin volume of meditation exercises with its stress on the imagination had tremendous impact for good upon the sixteenth century.’ ...

“Take a single event like the resurrection, or a parable, or a few verses, or even a single word and allow it to take root in you. Seek to live the experience, remembering the encouragement of Ignatius of Loyola to apply all our senses to our task. ... As you enter the story, not as a passive observer but as an active participant, remember that since Jesus lives in the Eternal Now and is not bound by time, this event in the past is a living present-tense experience for Him. Hence, YOU CAN ACTUALLY ENCOUNTER THE LIVING CHRIST IN THE EVENT, BE ADDRESSED BY HIS VOICE AND BE TOUCHED BY HIS HEALING POWER. It can be more than an exercise of the imagination; IT CAN BE A GENUINE CONFRONTATION” (
Celebration of Discipline, 1978, pp. 22, 23, 26).
Note that Foster recommends Carl Jung, who followed a demonic spirit guide, as well as Ignatius of Loyola, who founded an organization dedicated to blind obedience to the pope at the very height of the murderous Inquisition. The “spirit realm” to which these men connected through meditative practices was the realm of darkness. 

Foster recommends Loyola’s practice of visualizing a personal encounter with Jesus, which is presumptuous foolishness. We don’t even know what Jesus looks like and we are not supposed to. Faith is simply believing God’s Word (Romans 10:17). Faith is not putting oneself into the biblical account and letting one’s imagination run wild. 

(For more about visualization and the Ignatian 
Spiritual Exercises see “Ignatius of Loyola” in the chapter “A Biographical Catalog of Contemplative Mystics.”)


What is Visualization?
 of using your thoughts and emotions to imagine and then attract the people, circumstances and golden opportunities you most desire, into your life.
Napoleon Hill has been talking about it for nearly a hundred years and it has been regularly used for decades by people from all walks of life, to achieve their goals in a much faster and easier way.

Even professional athletes, including Olympic Gold medalists, have been using visualization for years to help increase performance. A Harvard Medical School study found that subjects who visualized themselves practicing the piano had the same structural changes in the brain as those who participated in the intense practical piano training sessions - proof that consistent visualization can help people learn new skills and reach goals faster!
Visualization Made Easy
 is two-fold. You must first create a clear mental picture of what you want, and you must then visualize yourself achieving these results with feeling and emotion. Tying emotion to your visualizations is the absolute key to reprogramming your RAS to bring into your reality everything you desire. However, being able to successfully visualize your goals in your mind with complete emotion, can feel impossible for some people.