- Advertisment -

Follow Us:

- Advertisment -

Elevation Church is From Hell

-

         

We need your support. As big tech continues its crackdown on conservative blogs, our days on these platforms are numbered. Please subscribe to our mailing list so that we can continue to stay in touch with you. Please also consider a paid subscription for ad-free content delivered directly to you. Paid subscribers will also receive the additional benefit of strong and controversial religious and political opinion and argumentation.

Elevation Church is one of the most subversive and dangerous pseudo-Christian movements in the world. Following in the footsteps of Hillsong, Steven Furtick, the lead pastor, has built an empire that has grown tremendously with now over 20 campuses and even internationally with campuses in Toronto.

Steven Furtick says stupid things all the time. Steven Furtick once asserted that Jesus broke the law — that is, committed sin — in order to save people. The prosperity gospel-preaching huckster out of Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC is best known for reading himself into Scripture and making it all about him. In short, he’s a narcissist.

One of the reasons Elevation Church is so subversive is that on paper — or in this case, on website — the Church holds to a seemingly orthodox statement of faith. That is, the church affirms the essential doctrines according to their “official” beliefs. This is not surprising since Steven Furtick and Elevation Church have Southern Baptist roots — Furtick knows what these essential doctrines are. However, Steven Furtick preaches and practices something completely different.

The prosperity gospel is arguably the second-most nefarious and subversive false gospel plaguing the American Church today, right behind the social justice gospel. The prosperity gospel teaches that God is, in a sense, a genie in a bottle and by having enough faith, you can get what you want from him — material gain.

The prosperity gospel in America is largely associated with celebrity hucksters like Kenneth Copeland, Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, and others, but the false gospel has plagued the more conservative sects as well. And while the prosperity gospel is stereotypically associated with health and wealth, the same principle applies to a multitude of selfish desires.

The prosperity gospel can range from praying for things like a new car, new house … a new private jet … to more seemingly appropriate things such as a spouse, the ability to have children, or a college degree. The principle doesn’t limit its application to the thing being desired, rather it is the motivation behind the desire that counts.

Further, the prosperity gospel isn’t limited only to seed-faith or seed-sowing which is typically associated with giving money to a preacher or ministry in exchange for promises of health and wealth. The prosperity gospel boils down selfish gain and is rooted in greed. More often than not, the prosperity gospel is simply praying for something that you want from a carnal standpoint as opposed to praying God’s will.

By the way, did you know Reformation Charlotte has a Christian gear and apparel store? Check it out at ReformedGear.com.

Steven Furtick has been completely given over to the prosperity gospel. How often does Furtick preach about the holiness of God and the detrimental state of man before him? How often does he preach about sin? How often does he preach about shed blood of Jesus being the only hope for redemption and reconciliation to God the Father?

If ever, it’s few and far between. Rather, he’s preaching about Goliath having your sword — a twisting of the Scriptures. He’s preaching the heresy of Sabellian modalism — that the Trinity “changes forms” rather than existing co-eternally — as their website statement of faith declares. He’s praising sex-traffickers and glad-handing the rank heretic, T.D. Jakes with cold, hard cash. And he’s made it clear that sound doctrine is a thing that really doesn’t matter in his church — because it’s all about self-motivation and the “experience,” not Jesus Christ.

Steven Furtick has built an empire around a false gospel and from that has emerged a false Jesus. His church steers people away from the living God and resurrected Jesus Christ and lures them into their movement of self-idolatry. Elevation Church is not of God, it is a Synagogue of Satan. Elevation Church is from the pits of Hell.

         

We are being actively censored on many platforms because of our conservative views. The more places you follow us, the more likely we are to get our message out. Please support us by following us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, following us on Parler, following us on Instagram, and visiting our gear and apparel store. Also, please subscribe to our newsletter. If you would like to support us financially, a contribution of any amount is greatly appreciated.

- Advertisement -

Latest news

After Spending a Year in Hell, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is No Closer to the End Than She Will Ever Be

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the infamous pro-choice anti-Christian United States Supreme Court Justice passed away on September 18, 2020. While...

William Lane Craig Says It’s “Racist” Not to Consider Neanderthals Human Beings

Just when you thought wokeness couldn't get any more woke, leave it to William Lane Craig to apply his...

William Lane Craig Openly Admits a Denial of a Literal Creation Account in Genesis I and II

William Lane Craig, a noted "apologist" and Christian debater famous for his debates against noted atheists like Christopher Hitchens,...

John MacArthur’s Church Publishes “COVID-19 Without Fear” Manifesto

While most of the world, particularly the lost and dying world, is living in extreme fear of a disease...
- Advertisement -

TGC Women’s Speaker Calls Conservatism and Liberalism Both Sinful

Paige Brown, who recently spoke at the TGC 2021 Women's Conference, made an absurd comparison between a liberal and...

Southern Baptist ERLC Medical Ally Promotes LGBTQ Medical Ideology During Pride Month

The Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), as we have reported numerous times in the past,...

Must read

“Christian” Band to Release Earth Worship “Climate Change” Album

When we read the Scriptures, it's always amazing exactly...

Joel Osteen Files Frivolous Copyright Claim Against Reformation Charlotte

When the amount of power that an enormous amount...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you