Once there were two Church choices, Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, but in recent decades, Christianity has been redefined giving rise to unprecedented quasi-Christian spiritual philosophies and practices. Claiming to be "revivals," are they the counterfeits Jesus warned would occur before His return? (Luke 18:8)
Many so-called Christian leaders are introducing innovative teachings based on new Bible translations and paraphrases that alter the timeless truths of Holy Scripture. A more progressive spirituality, with roots in eastern mysticism, is replacing faith in God's Word. This "New Christian Spirituality" poses as a more relevant "New Gospel" for today's Postmodern culture that prefers subjective and emotional feelings, rather than absolute truths.
Biblical Truth is the foundation for knowing God, His promises and prophecies. At Pentecost, the Church was given the Holy Spirit of Truth to be guided into all Truth. Jesus Christ, Who is Truth Incarnate, taught that after His death, resurrection and ascension to Heaven, He would bring His Church to His Father's house before returning with them to govern the world for a 1,000 year Kingdom period. Biblical faith trusts God's promise to fulfill these prophecies.
However, many within the Emerging, Seeker-friendly, Purpose Driven, New Apostolic, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Reformed, neo-Evangelical, Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches deny many teachings and prophesies in God's Word as literal Truth.
Many promote the false gospel of transforming the world for the common good, encouraging a "working together," and bringing about social justice on planet earth. Through modern marketing techniques and business management skills a global agenda of faith, commerce and government is being orchestrated for churches to partner with other faiths for world peace and unity. This man-made utopia will usher in the reign of Antichrist and his kingdom, preceding the coming of the Jesus and His Kingdom on earth.