Thursday, May 5, 2016


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“And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray.”    Matthew 24:11
She promotes contemplative prayer. She teaches the Bible by narcigetical eisegetics. She gets revelations. As Elizabeth Prata points out, at The End Time blog, Jesus calls her “honey, babe, kiddo and other terms of intimate endearment.” Malcontent with these mere heresies, now, it seems, she’s reviving Old Testament protocols for new covenant believers.
Proving she has never read, studied, nor exegetically understood the Book of Hebrews, Beth Moore hosts her “1st ever Messianic Seder” with Hillsong’s “pastrix” Christine Caine. It’s unclear, at this time, whether Beth will be instituting “Christian bar mitzvahs” as her next act of “new covenant” disregard.
Beth Moore, the Southern Baptist Convention’s favorite false teacher, has 709,000 followers on Twitter. Her gal pal pastrix Christine Caine has 264,000. Between them, nearly one million people, mostly women one would presume, seek encouragement, solace, and, allegedly, “Biblical” teaching from these patently unbiblical sirens of falsehood.
Jesus is quoted, up there at the top, as recorded in Matthew’s Gospel. Many will be led astray. Does one million seem like “many” to you?
If Jesus’ warning were the only one in Scripture, it alone would be enough to compel us to be wary of the wolves. Earlier in the same Gospel, He said, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.” Matt 7:15
Yet His divine warning does not stand as a solitary admonition against the diabolical threats under which the church is constantly assaulted.   Indeed, the New Testament is as awash in warnings against false teachers, false prophets, and other “gospels” as the SBC is awash in a godless culture.
  • I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them. Romans 16:17
  • Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world. 1 John 4:1
  •  For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions,  and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths 2 Timothy 4:3-4
  •  But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. Galatians 1:8
  • See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ. Colossians 2:8
  • I know that after my departure fierce wolves will come in among you,not sparing the flock; Acts 20:29
  • Beloved, although I was very eager to write to you about our common salvation, I found it necessary to write appealing to you to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints. Jude 3
  • But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction. And many will follow their sensuality, and because of them the way of truth will be blasphemed. And in their greed they will exploit you with false words. Their condemnation from long ago is not idle, and their destruction is not asleep. 2 Peter 2:1-3
The problems with Beth Moore are notorious, though intentionally neglected by a convention, and a convention agency, Lifeway, that cares more about profits that it does to heed the New Testament warnings about false “prophets”.
You can google “Beth Moore False Teacher” and find “many” pages – 47,500 to be exact. Or you can search “Beth Moore Heresy” and get 93,100 Google hits. If you don’t have the time to sift through the plethora of those results in order to arrive at the need to “avoid” her, here are a few notable resources for you:
The issues with Caine are equally woeful. A few links about her for you. (She’s a woman and a “pastor”! How much more could you need?)
So, here’s what you’ve got.   These two women gathered to celebrate Easter by observing a Jewish Passover meal and tweeted their celebration to their nearly 1 million collective followers.  Jews, you may recall, denied Jesus as Messiah, and directly demanded His crucifixion.  Not to worry, though, Beth and Christine celebrated the seder meal in a “Messianic” fashion.
The author of Hebrews, writing to 1st century, Jewish Christ-followers, as well as to Jews who had not yet believed, was intent on teaching from Old Testament Scripture how Jesus brought a better covenant. He was writing to encourage those Jews that the rites and sacrifices instituted under the old Abrahamic covenant had now been supplanted, that the Mosaic law was fulfilled in Christ, our Great High Priest. There was no need for them to continue under the yoke of law or ritual-induced works but were now under the liberty instituted by Christ’s new and better covenant.
The writer says, “In speaking of a new covenant, he makes the first one obsolete. And what is becoming obsolete and growing old is ready to vanish away.” Hebrews 13:8
That those requirements of the old covenant were ready to “vanish away” became evident to many of this letter’s recipients when the temple was subsequently destroyed in 70 AD. Their Levite high priest now had no temple in which to perform the most fundamental functions of his office. As the author of Hebrews pointed out, though, those functions were no longer required.
Flash forward, then, to the Southern Baptist Convention’s maven of eisegetics, narcigetics, feel good, listen for Jesus, mystic faith. Moore has revived a non-Easter, Old Testament, Jewish tradition to celebrate Easter.
The requirement to observe Passover ended when our Lord became the final, and the ultimate, Passover lamb on the cross. While it would remain a historic, revelatory act of God’s redemptive plan, Passover ended with Christ’s work.   What was foreshadowed had become substance.
Is it Biblically mandated that a Christian should observe feasts such as the Passover seder meal? In Colossians, Paul says, “Therefore let no one pass judgment on you in questions of food and drink, or with regard to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath. These are a shadow of the things to come, but the substance belongs to Christ.” Colossians 2:16-17
So while the Apostle tells us not to pass judgment on such things, the problem here is that, given their identity as false teachers, perhaps Beth and Christine ought to consider this warning from Hebrews:
“Anyone who has set aside the law of Moses dies without mercy on the evidence of two or three witnesses. How much worse punishment, do you think, will be deserved by the one who has trampled underfoot the Son of God, and has profaned the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has outraged the Spirit of grace?”
By their Twitter-cast example, do these two charlatans not suggest that observation of feasts and rites ended by the new covenant should now have a place in the Christian’s life? Do they not come precipitously close to profaning “the blood of the covenant” by implying a protocol not called for in the New Testament? By their example, are they outraging “the Spirit of grace” by misleading others who may take their observation as a duly-interpreted requirement of Scripture? (No doubt, He is outraged by these charlatans, and the observation of a “feast” is the least of their worries.)
Given the enormous following these two women have, there can be little illegitimate concern that their public celebration of an unneeded Jewish feast will now lead many “naïve” to pursue similar things, believing them to be Scripturally-prescribed. But, those things were a “shadow of things to come,” as Paul says. How can it be sound to implicitly endorse such things when we have Christ, to whom “the substance belongs?”  If Moore and Caine were legitimate (they are not), the example they set by broadcasting this behavior is poor.  Since, though, they are known false teachers, their promotion of such a celebration is particularly worrisome for those who obviously follow them and don’t know any better.
(Don’t think people do dumb, seemingly “Christian” things?  Consider the 125,000 who paid – PAID – a charlatan to pray for them!)
False teachers mislead, not only by mishandling “the word of Truth”, but by providing a poor example of New Testament Christianity.   The false teacher will always create obstacles because, fundamentally, they act of “contrary doctrine.”
Eat what you want. Just beware. “Many” will be led astray.
And remember, “For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.” Galations 5:1




Christine Caine: Propel (Heresy To) Women

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For such persons do not serve our Lord Christ, but their own appetites, and by smooth talk and flattery they deceive the hearts of the naïve. — Rom. 16:18
In January 2015, “Pastrix” Christine Caine, along with an evidently subservient husband, started a “ministry” called Propel Women. The tagline for this “ministry” is “Celebrating Every Woman’s Passion, Purpose, and Potential.”
I’ve looked in the New Testament. I just can’t find any Scriptural support for a ministry goal of “celebrating” women … or men … or anything else. Nope, the singular zenith of the New Testament is our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It seems all the New Testament writers exalted Jesus, celebrated Him, and no one else. Let me prove it with just one verse:
For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen.   Romans 11:36
From the outset with Caine, the fundamental doctrine of the authority of Scripture is denied. “I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man; rather, she is to remain quiet,” (1 Timothy 2:12) comes to us from the apparently misogynistic Apostle Paul. But, since all Scripture is “theopneustos”, or “breathed out by God”, (1 Timothy 3:16) it seems likely that Paul didn’t just make up some arbitrary rule about women in the church. No, God inspired those words. Like it or don’t, we’re to be obedient to Scripture, even the parts we might not like.
If Caine, or the “church” which fallaciously ordained her, held to this doctrine, perhaps her diabolically-inspired influence would be more muted in the church today. Yet, it is the disregard, denial, and disdain for Scripture from which all false teaching and heresy flows. You might recall that incident in Eden where a serpent beguiled, umm, another woman with the query, “Did God say?”
So, it’s no surprise that heresy flows freely from the lips of this modern day, serpent-inspired succubus.   Consider the recent Tweet from her ministry:
“Prayer gives you a heart for people, gets the content into your spirit, gives you insight.”
Umm, no. Just no.
Prayer does not give you a heart for people. The soul regenerated by the Holy Spirit is compelled by Him to be obedience to Christ’s second great commandment, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” (Mark 12:31) The Holy Spirit causes me to love others, resulting, often, in praying for them.  Love is a fruit He gives, not a trait He imbues in prayer.
While it’s unclear what “content” gets into your heart by prayer, presumably it’s some divine data downloaded to you. (By way of emphasizing the next point, it will be in bold, italic, capitalized, large font. Please pay attention.)


God does not talk to anyone in prayer. Even in the most epic, momentous prayer ever uttered in the history of mankind, Christ’s high priestly prayer, we are not told that God the Father even spoke back to His own Son during or after His supplication.  That serves, methinks, as a bit of a clue for us.
Prayer is to be an incessant behavior for the believer, in which we offer praise and thanks to God; it is where we seek forgiveness for the sins of our flesh; it is where we “make our requests known” to Him.   As Charles Spurgeon encouraged, “Believer, when you are on your knees, remember you are going to a King. Let your petitions be large.”
Coupled with her notion of the transference of divine “content” during prayer, Caine’s ministry tweet also claims that prayer gives you “insight.” You may know that Caine is a proponent of heretical, new age, mystical contemplative prayer. This wicked teaching promises results such as hearing that “still, small voice.”   Unless you are the prophet Elijah, be advised: that still, small voice will not be forthcoming.
Despite Caine’s teaching countless “naïve” listeners otherwise, prayer does not give us content or insight. There is only one place where we get those benefits – Scripture. Caine’s only use of Scripture is to twist it to fit her self-defined desires to perpetuate her emotional-entreating, deceptive teaching.  Caine, like so many women “teachers” and authors (I’m thinking Beth Moore, Sarah Young, Priscilla Shirer, Lysa Terkeurst, Joyce Meyer, etc etc), appeals to women through the touchy-feely, warm-fuzzy-seeking basis of emotions.
Our faith, brethren, is not founded on emotions. It is rightly, only, based on the foundational truth of the Gospel. Jesus did not say, “I am the Way, the FEELING, and the Life”.   Truth is the basis, and truth is a thing KNOWN, not felt.
“Christianity is a religion of truth. It is based on certain facts of history that concern the revelation of God to His people and His salvation of those people by the work of His Son. Wherever that is forgotten or lost, as it is being lost in our day, Christianity ceases to remain truly Christian and becomes only another rellgiously-oriented self-help program.”  James Montgomery Boice
The enemy always attacks God’s Word, His Truth. Just as he did in the Garden, his modus operandi has not changed. He continues to challenge God’s Word and, with increasing ferocity, he is doing it, once again, by appealing to women with falsehoods based on emotions and pride.
It’s easy enough to discern the errors when you know the Truth, and that may be known where it’s always been known. Be Berean.
Search the Scriptures, and beware the wolves!


Basics of Islam 4: Robert Spencer on the Violent Verses in the Qur'an

Published on May 3, 2016
May 3, 2016 is the one-year anniversary of the first ISIS attack in America.The attack occurred in Garland Texas at a free speech event organized by Pamela Geller.
Mr. Geert Wilders, Parliamentarian from the Netherlands was the keynote speaker. Robert Spencer, Director of Jihad Watch was a featured speaker. Bosch Fawstin, artist, won the "draw Muhammad" contest.
THE UNITED WEST Live-Streamed the event.
This is a behind-the-scenes report, one year later, that asks the very important question...

May thanks to The United West team for the excellent work in the midst of an Islamic State attack in Garland Texas:
Mark, Alan, Roger, Damon, Ranger X, Ann, Alexander and Tom.

Immigration Chaos Surging Over U.S. Border
Published on May 4, 2016
As the flood of illegals surges, President Obama is going for broke, literally. CNS news reports that since the budget deal was signed in November of 2015. In just 6 months Obama has added another trillion to our national debt. Bringing it to a monstrous 19 trillion. While more taxpayer money is thrown at the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement deportation budget, deportations themselves have decreased by nearly 43 percent. Breitbart reports, according to a recent chart from the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest "ICE removed nearly 43 percent fewer total aliens from the United States in FY 2015 than it did in FY 2012 – and nearly 62 percent fewer aliens from the interior of the United States,”Ironically, as the number of deportations the Obama administration carried out tumbled, its budget for removals and detention continued to grow — from $2,750,843,000 in FY2012 to $3,431,444,000 in FY2015."

But the most alarming statistic from Breitbart’s report is that "ICE removed 235,390 criminal aliens from the United States in FY 2012, as compared with 139,368 in FY 2015 – meaning that it deported nearly 41 percent fewer criminal aliens last year with 25 percent more resources than it had in FY 2012”. As illegal immigrant crimes in the U.S go largely unreported, even mentioning the unwarranted murders of American Citizens by illegal immigrants is deemed racist by new world order brainwashed dupes.

If you think the rapes by ungrateful Islamic hordes is only occurring in Europe. Think again. FOX News reports "Four illegal aliens from Guatemala are charged in the rape of a Massachusetts woman and the vicious beating of her boyfriend, and one of the suspects was arrested less than a month before the attack.The quartet has been saddled with a slew of charges: Elmer is charged with rape, kidnapping, threatening to commit a crime and assault with a dangerous weapon; Ariel is charged with unarmed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, indecent assault and battery, kidnapping and witness intimidation; Adan and Jarquin-Felipe were charged with indecent assault and battery and kidnapping. All four have pleaded not guilty."

Its been two years since Fusion reported that "A staggering 80 percent of Central American girls and women crossing Mexico en route to the United States are raped along the way”. Meanwhile Panama announced that they are transferring 3,000 U.S. bound Cuban migrants to Mexico as Cuban migration spikes. And immigrant families crossing the border is 40 percent higher than the previous record in 2014.

When the history books are written. The flood of a great unknown and unchecked exodus of chaos in the face of all reason, civility and legality concerning the enforcement of immigration laws that have dictated the policy for immigration for centuries will go down as one of the most reckless acts instigated by a U.S. President in modern history.


Facebook Blacklists Trending News Stories Daily, Contractors Say

“We choose what’s trending"

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Trending news stories are blacklisted on a daily basis by social media giant Facebook, contractors for the website say.
Speaking on condition of anonymity to Gizmodo’s Michael Nunez, several journalists, hired by Facebook in 2014 to oversee its secretive “trending news” project, revealed new details on how the company handles the day’s news.
Known internally as “news curators,” the contractors say they were given the ability to “deactivate” or blacklist any trending topic if it wasn’t being covered by minimally “three traditional news sources.”
“A topic was often blacklisted if it didn’t have at least three traditional news sources covering it, but otherwise the protocol was murky—meaning a curator could ostensibly blacklist a topic without a particularly good reason for doing so,” Nunez writes, although curators insist the system wasn’t abused.
Among other things, the journalists say they were officially tasked with examining the day’s trending topics, collected by Facebook’s algorithm, before choosing what stories get placed into the trending news section.
“We choose what’s trending,” one curator said. “There was no real standard for measuring what qualified as news and what didn’t. It was up to the news curator to decide.”
After picking what topics are permitted to trend, the contractors would next choose which articles to link to based off a “preferred” list of news organizations.
“They were also told to select articles from a list of preferred media outlets that included sites like the New York TimesTimeVariety, and other traditional outlets,” Nunez writes.
Although the contractors say they were never told to suppress certain websites, conservative outlets such as Breitbart were “regularly avoided.” Mention of fellow social media platform Twitter was also discouraged.
As noted by Nunez, Facebook likely kept the project quiet in order to create the image of a non-bias and user-controlled website.
“One reason Facebook might want to keep the trending news operation faceless is that it wants to foster the illusion of a bias-free news ranking process—a network that sorts and selects news stories like an entirely apolitical machine,” he writes.
“If an editorial team is deliberating over trending topics—just like a newspaper staff would talk about front-page news—Facebook risks losing its image as a non-partisan player in the media industry, a neutral pipeline for distributing content, rather than a selective and inherently flawed curator.”
Although the team originally held more than 20 contractors, only one dozen remain despite continued promises from Facebook to hire replacements. According to one curator, many journalists believe they’re being replaced by an algorithm they unknowingly helped create.
“We felt like we were part of an experiment that, as the algorithm got better, there was a sense that at some point the humans would be replaced.”
The news of Facebook’s rigid control and bias in regards to trending topics is unsurprising in light of recent news.
Another report from Nunez just last month showed how Facebook employees asked CEO Mark Zuckerberg whether they should attempt to derail a Donald Trump presidency.
“It’s not particularly surprising the question was asked, or that some Facebook employees are anti-Trump…” he wrote. “But what’s exceedingly important about this question being raised—and Zuckerberg’s answer, if there is one—is how Facebook now treats the powerful place it holds in the world.”
Questions were also raised late last year after Zuckerberg was overheard discussing the censorship of anti-migration posts with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the United Nations development summit.
“The Facebook CEO was overheard responding that ‘we need to do some work’ on curtailing anti-immigrant posts about the refugee crisis,” reported CNBC. “‘Are you working on this?’ Merkel asked in English, to which Zuckerberg replied in the affirmative before the transmission was disrupted.”
Controversy was also stoked after the German government and Facebook teamed up with an organization led by an ex-Stasi agent to run a new program aimed at identifying “xenophobic” posts.
Zuckerberg’s 2014 meeting with Lu Wei, the czar of China’s draconian Internet censorship system, was similarly a troubling development for users of the social network.


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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sent a letter to the chairman of the Target Corporation asking him for “the full text of Target’s safety policies.” The AG wrote, “As chief lawyer and law enforcement officer for the State of Texas, I ask that you provide the full text of Target’s safety policies regarding the protection of women and children from those who would use the cover of Target’s restroom policy for nefarious purposes.”

Attorney General Paxton told Target Chairman Brian C. Cornell that the Texas legislature “may at some point in the future” address the issue of transgender persons using facilities that correspond with their gender identity.
The AG wrote in the letter (attached below) that Target was “currently free to choose such a policy for its Texas stores” but noted that “The voters in Houston recently repealed by a wide margin an ordinance that advanced many of the same goals as Target’s current policy.”
“Regardless of whether Texas legislates on this topic, it is possible that allowing men in women’s restrooms could lead to criminal and otherwise unwanted activity,” he wrote.
Breitbart Texas spoke with Attorney General Paxton who said, “We want to make sure that they have thoroughly thought through this policy decision.” General Paxton said he understands that Target is a business but law enforcement issues and the safety of women and children are at stake.
On April 19, the Target Corporation announced its new “inclusivity” policy that allows individuals to use changing and bathroom facilities that is consistent with their “gender identity.” Target posted that “Recent debate around proposed laws in several states has reignited a national conversation around inclusivity. So earlier this week, we reiterated with our team members where Target stands and how our beliefs are brought to life in how we serve our guests.”
The Corporation posted that “Inclusivity is a core belief at Target. It’s something we celebrate. We stand for equality and equity, and strive to make our guests and team members feel accepted, respected and welcomed in our stores and workplaces every day.” They added, “We believe that everyone—every team member, every guest, and every community—deserves to be protected from discrimination, and treated equally. Consistent with this belief, Target supports the federal Equality Act, which provides protections to LGBT individuals, and opposes action that enables discrimination.”
The Target Corporation says “We regularly assess issues and consider many factors such as impact to our business, guests and team members. Given the specific questions these legislative proposals raised about how we manage our fitting rooms and restrooms, we felt it was important to state our position.”
Target’s policy announcement is part of a wider-effort to allow transgender individuals to use facilities that they “gender identify” with.
In Texas, Houston voters resoundingly rejected (61-to-39 percent) an ordinance that would have allowed transgender individuals to use women’s facilities. The first openly gay mayor in Houston, Annise Parker, presented her “bathroom ordinance” two years ago. The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, dubbed “HERO,” would have given transgender people the right to use the women’s restroom and given them other rights and protections. The fight against the ordinance lasted over a year and included a battle through the courts all the way to the Texas Supreme Court. The matter was extensively reported by Breitbart Texas.
Other states have also had a battle with bathroom ordinances designed to provide “gender identity” “inclusivity.” Charlotte, North Carolina had a bathroom ordinance but it was repealed. Similar bathroom ordinances have been rejected by voters in Missouri and Arkansas.
The policy action by the Target Corporation has cost its stockholders almost $2.5 billion as of April 29, as reported by Breitbart News. It took just ten days after the company’s announcement for the stock to suffer a five percent loss.
pledge to boycott the store organized by the American Family Association has, as of the publication of this article, over 1,175,550 signers.