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7.19.2009

Those evil individual Christians: 'Reformed' academics, Federal Vision, and liberal female Bishops are all exposed as a little anti-Christ trinity


This is hilarious. It's very funny how God trips up those who claim to know Him and who teach anti-Christ teachings in His name. Here, from a liberal female Episcopalian Bishop, is the *exact same* false teaching coming out of Reformed seminaries and from Reformed (so-called Reformed) academics who appoint themselves the teachers of Christians despite their holding to corrupt Alexandrian bibles Reformed Christians of the past would use in out-houses and despite the fact that not only do they not understand regeneration by the Word and the Spirit and the spiritual warfare that follows from it, they mock it. The *exact teaching*:

Episcopal presiding bishop terms individualistic salvation 'heresy'
By Bob Allen
Thursday, July 09, 2009

ANAHEIM, Calif. (ABP) -- The presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church called the evangelical notion that individuals can be right with God a "great Western heresy" that is behind many problems facing the church and the wider society.

Describing a United States church in crisis, Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori told delegates to the group's triennial meeting July 8 in Anaheim, Calif., that the overarching connection to problems facing Episcopalians has to do with "the great Western heresy -- that we can be saved as individuals, that any of us alone can be in right relationship with God."

"It's caricatured in some quarters by insisting that salvation depends on reciting a specific verbal formula about Jesus," Jefferts Schori, the first woman to be elected as a primate in the worldwide Anglican Communion three years ago, said. "That individualist focus is a form of idolatry, for it puts me and my words in the place that only God can occupy, at the center of existence, as the ground of being."


Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori blames individualistic views of salvation for ills plaguing the church in the United States.

Jefferts Schori said countering individualistic faith was one reason the theme chosen for the meeting was "Ubuntu," an African word that describes humaneness, caring, sharing and being in harmony with all of creation.

"Ubuntu doesn't have any 'I's in it," she said. "The 'I' only emerges as we connect -- and that is really what the word means: I am because we are, and I can only become a whole person in relationship with others. There is no 'I' without 'you,' and in our context, you and I are known only as we reflect the image of the One who created us."

Jefferts Schori said "heretical and individualistic understanding" contributes to problems like neglect for the environment and the current worldwide economic recession.

"The sins of a few have wreaked havoc with the lives of many, as greed and dishonesty have destroyed livelihoods, educational possibilities, care for the aged, and multiple forms of creativity," she said. "And that's just the aftermath of Ponzi schemes for which a handful will go to jail."


When you don't have discernment for anti-Christ teaching and you still affect to call yourself, and to act as, a teacher of Christians you will pay a price beyond what any common reprobate rebel to God's Kingdom will pay. God comes down hard on such 'teachers'.

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