This is a Jaw dropping and very sad list; though, I have to give this one caveat:

We’re supposed to teach Jesus’ GREATEST TWO COMMANDMENTS as the NEW COVENANT requirement, not the old covenant law.

Jesus increased the salvation requirement in Matthew 5. So now we actually have to have pure hearts to avoid going to hell, not merely acceptable outward actions.

For example, Jesus proclaimed in Matthew 5 that ‘adultery’ now includes adultery in the heart (thought life). And now, not only must we not murder people, but we also cannot hate them, and etc..

Prince’s real name is Xenonamandar Jegahusiee Singh.

This list appears to be originally from Chace Gordon.

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EXPOSING A HERETIC: JOSEPH PRINCE

“Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them.  For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple.”–Romans 16:17-18 (KJV)

“Look to yourselves (take care) that you may not lose (throw away or destroy) all that we and you have labored for, but that you may [persevere until you] win and receive back a perfect reward [in full]. 9 Anyone who runs on ahead [of God] and does not abide in the doctrine of Christ [who is not content with what He taught] does not have God; but he who continues to live in the doctrine (teaching) of Christ [does have God], he has both the Father and the Son. 10 If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine [is disloyal to what Jesus Christ taught], do not receive him [do not accept him, do not welcome or admit him] into [your] house or bid him Godspeed or give him any encouragement. 11 For he who wishes him success [who encourages him, wishing him Godspeed] is a partaker in his evil doings.”–II John 8-11 (Amplified)

I don’t believe Joseph Prince was always a heretic; but as he describes in his book, “Destined to Reign”, there was a point in his life and ministry where he turned away from the doctrine he had originally believed and taught himself.  He still today is eloquent, charming, and gifted.  He has a mastery of the language of “Word of Faith” having been groomed by some great men of God.  He is also proficient at quoting scripture.  Nevertheless, he is utterly self-deceived having demonstrated a willful ignorance of truth and having cultivated a warped understanding and severely twisted and irresponsible method of Biblical interpretation.

Here is a short summary of some of the many deadly heresies advocated by Joseph Prince in “Destined to Reign”:

1-Grace and law are opposites (this lie was advocated by 2nd century heretic “Marcion”)

2-Grace is one-sided and unfair (downplays faith and obedience and misunderstands divine justice)

3- Christianity is effortless (the kingdom of heaven is a welfare state)

4-Asking forgiveness for sin is unnecessary for “believers”

5-Moses and Jesus taught opposite doctrines

6-The law brings condemnation (to the wicked) and therefore Jesus removed it

7-Preaching the law makes people sin more, therefore it should not be taught at church because it will harm your church congregations (better to leave them ignorant I guess)

8-The gift of righteousness means we are righteous even if we are not

9-Unconditional forgiveness

10-God was perpetually angry in the Old Testament and perpetually happy in the New Testament

11-God does not judge nations for wickedness

12-If God judges people, cities and nations today, then He should apologize to Jesus for the cross

13-Believers aren’t punished for sin

14-We never truly stop sinning but God’s ok with that

15-We are not held more accountable to God when we know more, nor do we face greater punishment if we fail having known the truth, nor will we go through greater trials or tribulations as we draw close to God

16-The Word of God doesn’t produce faith, only the Word of Christ

17-The Word of God and the word of Christ don’t agree on some things

18-Christian’s cannot commit the unpardonable sin

19-Once a person is saved they can never be lost

20-Part of Jesus’ teaching is not applicable because it’s “Old Testament”

21- We can’t take doctrine from the gospels because Jesus had not yet risen from the dead yet

22-Paul’s the lead authority on doctrine because he addressed the church

23-Confession of sins for believers is about “being open” with God, not about repentance because we are already forgiven

24-Even though the book of I John was written to the church, the opening chapter is only for Gnostics and therefore we can disregard the instructions to confess our sin

25-Confession of sin is unnecessary because we would have to confess all the time (inferring we would never stop sinning)

26-Paul didn’t teach confession of sins

27-Christ died to save us from the Old Testament covenant

28-Not only should we not teach “the law” from the pulpit, we should only teach grace (even though the New Testament gives 1050 commands for believers to obey, we should still skip that part)

29-Condemnation is the deepest root of all our problems (actually condemnation is caused by sin, hence the deeper problem is sin)

30-An evil conscience is one that convicts you of sin and failure (in other words a WORKING conscience)

31-The Holy Spirit does not convict us of sin or of judgment

32-The Holy Spirit only convicts us of righteousness (when we sin)

33-Satan likes the Ten Commandments

34-The law caused Paul to be deceived in sin

35-Paul continued in sin but realized he was not condemned anyway

36-The prodigal son didn’t really repent, he was just conning his father for food

37-We shouldn’t talk about sin, repentance or judgment from the pulpit, we should only talk about the goodness of God

38-Jesus frequently broke the law of Moses to help sinners

39-God didn’t unconditionally protect rebellious sinners in the Old Testament who were bitten by serpents but He will unconditionally protect rebellious sinners (“Christians”) in the New Testament

40-God had Israel put the Ten Commandments in the Ark of the Covenant to “hide” the law under the mercy seat

41-Abraham had a covenant of grace, but Moses’ had an inferior covenant of works

42-Repentance doesn’t involve mourning or sorrow (or confession) for sin, it just means you changed your mind about something

43-The doctrine of repentance from sin is not for believers

44-Grace is a teacher so we don’t need the law

45-Grace-preaching is the only means of effective evangelism

46-Paul “winked” at the sins of Corinth because they were under grace but firmly rebuked the sins of Galatia because they taught the law

47-“Falling from grace” doesn’t mean sinning, it means reverting to the law.”

48-If you teach the law you are a “man-pleaser”

49-Fasting is unnecessary and is only in the New Testament because fasting enthusiasts added it in later manuscript copies

50-“When Satan tempted Jesus to “turn the stones to bread”, he was actually tempting Jesus to get nourishment from the law instead of trusting in the love of God!!!”

51-Fasting is unnecessary and is only in the New Testament because fasting enthusiasts added it in later manuscript copies

52-When Satan tempted Jesus to “turn the stones to bread”, he was actually tempting Jesus to get nourishment from the law instead of trusting in the love of God….

Related:

“Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God? — “There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT”

 

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