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Unbiblical Church Practices


Articles pointing out unbiblical practices and doctrines in the modern Christian Church.

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Many erroneous and heretical ideas have crept into the contemporary Christian church. We present articles to examine some of the most common unbiblical church practices. A lot of these practices and ideas are so well-entrenched in churches and denominations that many professing Christians simply assume there is nothing wrong, nothing unbiblical about them. All of these erroneous practices are harmful to God’s one true Church because they tend to focus on the sinner more than on God. They tend to distort and/or dilute biblical truth. They cause confusion in the minds of Christians who end up getting tossed to and fro by every wind of doctrine. The confusion makes for a bad testimony for Christ’s body to those outside the Church. A “true” shepherd of a local flock – a really faithful and caring pastor of a local congregation – should warn his people about these unbiblical practices and dangerous doctrines but for various reasons that does not seem to happen very often. As you read through our articles on unbiblical church practices, consider how often you have heard a sermon about any of these issues. Feel free to print and share any of these articles, including any materials that you find helpful on our website. And may God richly bless you as you study to show yourself approved, as you earnestly contend for the faith, as you prove all things and as you make disciples… starting with yourself.

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