A sect of the Brethren and Pietist Churches
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The Brethren and Pietist Churches should be distinguished from the loose grouping of churches unofficially referred to as the Plymouth Brethren or Christian Brethren.
Around 1871, the Brethren produced a card with the following text: Be it known to all men, That there are a people who, as little children (Luke 18: 17), accept the Word of the New Testament as a message from heaven (Heb.… Read more
What are Christians to make of the Gospel of Judas?
'Gospel of Judas' is heresy & unreliable history, professors say
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The Cosmic Ordering Service - make a wish and the Cosmos will fulfill it, according to this New Age belief system
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Fred Phelps and his family - members of Westboro Baptist Church, a hate group
Joel Osteen's popularity can largely be explained by the fact that he sounds and acts more like a motivational teacher or a success coach than as a Christian preacher.
Joel Osteen skirts the darker themes of sin, suffering and self-denial, leading some critics to deride the Osteen message as "Christianity lite."
Joel Osteen's theology borrow heavily from the Word-Faith movement.
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An extremist sect of the Roman Catholic Church
Evidence for Christianity, by Josh McDowell