Christine Caine is a “pastor” of Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia who is basically the Australian version of Beth Moore. Hillsong Church is a subversive distraction from the true Bride of Christ. It is designed by Satan to turn people away from God by appealing to man’s carnal desires and is basically a dog-and-pony show with music that ranks not only on the top of Christian charts but secular. That alone should say something. The world loves Hillsong, but God does not.
Hillsong has been a breeding ground for multiple false converts, particularly of note, Justin Bieber, who attends the Hillsong campus in NYC and is pastored by Carl Lentz, who says you don’t have to be a Christian to have a relationship with God and even one of their most prominent musicians, Marty Sampson, who renounced his faith altogether last year. It is no wonder why Hillsong music is dangerous for churches — it is like a gateway drug to apostasy.
So then why is the president of the Southern Baptist Convention hell-bent on promoting one of Hillsong’s most notorious Word of Faith heretics? Today, J.D. Greear retweeted her tweet in promotion of his own book.
Greear regularly tweets and promotes Caines materials — as though there aren’t any non-heretics out there for the denomination to retweet and promote. But you know something is off when heretics are promoting you.
In 2018, Christine Caine was caught blatantly plagiarizing a secular feminist’s written materials in her book, Unashamed. It was then found that this was not the only incident of plagiarism on the part of Caine.
Caine is a regular speaker at Louis Giglio’s Passion conferences and is popular with the young “hip” crowd. Caine represents a brand of Christianity that the Bible does not present — one that allows room for carnality in place of holiness while professing Christ as savior. Christine Caine is the modern epitome of Jesus’ words in Matthew 15:18,
This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me…
Can’t we find better people to associate with? “Do not be deceived: “Bad company ruins good morals.”” (1 Corinthians 15:33)