There is a popular teaching in Christian circles that is actually Biblical heresy. It is the teaching of "Dominionism." Though some only see it as a movement to promote Christian standards in society, it is much more than that. The bottom line is that it replaces Christ as the deliverer of mankind from the evils of sin and satan's domination with some self-appointed super-apostles. They are so "powerful" that Jesus doesn't even need to return to earth to fix it. They can handle it just fine. This outrageous arrogance could be simply relegated to file 13 ignorance of unlearned people, except for the insidious false doctrine of denying the pre-millennial, personal return of Jesus Christ's bodily, and denial that the Book of the Revelation will be literally fulfilled. Rick Joyner, Mattera, Lou Engle, Dennis Peacocke and Lance Wallnau all subscribe to the false teaching that the church must dominate "seven pillars" or "seven mountains" of society before Jesus returns. They deny the Rapture of the Church, and actually prepose that the church no longer focus on evangelism, but on taking over society leadership roles. Such blatant deception! listen and learn!
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