A Gospel The World Wouldn’t Hate

July 31st, 2007 | 9 Comments | Church Issues, Discernment, Media, Word Faith A Gospel The World Wouldn’t Hate |  Facebook

We have all probably heard about the three Christian missionaries that were tortured and killed in Turkey, only a few months ago. Tilman Geske, Ugur Yuksel and Necati Aydin, underwent hours of horrific torture for their faith. One reporter wrote:

The young [muslims] got guns, bread knives, ropes and towels ready for their final act of service to Allah. They knew there would be a lot of blood. They arrived in time for the Bible Study, around 10 o’clock. They arrived, and apparently the Bible Study began. Reportedly, after Necati read a chapter from the Bible the assault began. The boys tied Ugur, Necati, and Tilmann’s hands and feet to chairs and as they videoed their work on their cellphones, they brutally tortured our brothers for almost three hours.

So I ask, is the following “good news” the same gospel these faithful believes died for, or is T.D. Jakes and TBN preaching another gospel? (Galatians 1:8) If this gospel can not apply to those being persecuted and killed for the faith, then this gospel does not apply to anyone.

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9 Responses to “A Gospel The World Wouldn’t Hate”

  1. bebereans says:

    Amazing isn’t it? Such a difference. I read a while back about those men in Turkey. So horrible. :( I wish everyone that preached that garbage of Word Faith or other heresy would go to countries that Christians are being tortured and killed daily. Try living with those believers daily and see if anything changes. :|

  2. Do you know when this was aired.

    Shane

  3. Shane,

    It was part of the Beg-A-Thon 2006 on TBN.

  4. Thank you Pastor Ken. I watched a little of the Beg-A-Thon this week and was in outrage as I listened to the heresy of Bishop Eddie L. Long.

    Shane

  5. Hey Shane,

    Long is one I am quite familiar with and some of his teaching even sounds like Mormonism!

  6. marcian says:

    wow. this just made my stomach turn…

  7. Long said the other night that people needed to give TBN money, not because they needed it, but because the King needs his spoils. Crazy doctrine. So, everyone behind him, giving him all those amens are just as much guilty of heresy.

  8. Beg-A-Thon! haha

    That’s crazy Shane!


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