‘Modalism is considered heresy because it necessarily means that Christ did not really become incarnate. The Word did not really become flesh, and thus Jesus did not die with a real physical body, or shed His real blood. In other words, modalism necessarily invalidates the central doctrine of the entire Christian faith: that Jesus died … Continue reading Why modalism is deadly
This compilation, courtesy of Wretched Radio, shows Mark Driscoll and James MacDonald rebuking the false prosperity gospel preached by T.D. Jakes. What changed, guys? My thanks to Apprising Ministries for bringing this to my attention. Further reading: Elephant Room 2: May we now regard T.D. Jakes as Trinitarian and Orthodox? A review of T.D. Jakes’ … Continue reading Elephant Room 2: Uh, this is embarrassing…
In a piece entitled, ‘Reformed Crowd Asked to Repent for Attacking TD Jakes’, the Christian Post reports that Elephant Room attendee, Bryan Crawford Loritts, is ‘asking the Reformed community to “repent” of their harsh criticism and one-sided attacks on Bishop T.D. Jakes in regards to his beliefs about the Godhead’. The Post reports: To the … Continue reading Elephant Room 2: Bryan Crawford Loritts and the emergence of pachydermism
James MacDonald of The Elephant Room has already taken more than one hit this week, having been pushed to resign from The Gospel Coalition for being unwilling to rescind his invitation to alleged modalist T.D. Jakes. Dan Phillips of the Pyromaniacs immediately weighed-in with his article, Even better than The Race Card™. Phillips called out … Continue reading Running scared: why is The Elephant Room afraid of scrutiny?