Friday, April 25, 2014

FPA does not support nor promote God's not dead the movie

I am not happy that Faith Driven Consumer and others are supporting a film that is supportive of ecumenists and false teachers, After looking into the
I do not believe we should be supporting anything ecumenical as this film has a host of ecumenical groups attached to it. Do not be deceived folks the film that features the Robertsons believe in another gospel, Baptism Regeneration this is faith + Baptism saves

The Duck Dynasty folks are part of the White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ.

This group is also supported of Max Lucado

Max Lucado of the Church of Christ is a promoter of contemplative prayer,

Phil Robertson, Max Lucado, RG3 & more to speak in Greenville, SC. Save $65 of door price!

Be not deceived folks we cannot support the Church of Christs teachers and teachings.

Newsboys featured are pro-catholic ecumenical,
It hasn't taken the world at large long to hear all about the Newsboys. Since coming to the U.S. from tiny Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia, the band has been nominated for Grammy and Dove awards, appeared on national and international television, performed at Pope John Paul II's World Youth Day, opened for some of the biggest names in contemporary Christian music, galvanized the concept of a stage show in CCM, become top draws at a host of Christian music festivals, and -oh yeah- sold a heckuva lot of records along the way.

EVANGELICALS AND CATHOLICS TOGETHER FOR CHRISTIAN ROCK (Friday Church News Notes, July 22, 2011,, 866-295-4143) - The 13th annual Lifest Christian rock festival in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, featured five days of rock & roll, complete with a Catholic mass and a message by well-known evangelical speaker Greg Laurie. Some 20,000 people gathered July 6-10 to hear Christian rock groups such as Hawk Nelson, Skillet, TobyMac, Lincoln Brewster, MercyMe, Superchick, Newsboys, and Kutless. Greg Laurie of International Harvest Crusades, spoke on the last day of the event, preceded by a Catholic mass led by bishop David Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay. Lifest founder Bob Lenz said, “We want to get al the flavors of the church” (“Green Bay Bishop David Ricken Leads Mass,” Green Bay Press Gazette, July 10, 2011). What Lenz is talking about is not a “church”; it is end-times apostasy and rebellion to God’s Word. “Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them” (Romans 16:17). Christian rock’s unscriptural ecumenical philosophy is one of the many reasons why we warn against it in no uncertain terms.

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