Recovering from Aimee Byrd’s “Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood”

Men and women were made to glorify God and to enjoy him forever. The scriptures show us how to fulfill this chief end by teaching what should be believed about God and what duty God requires from man. The first three Q&As of the Westminster Shorter Catechism explain this and Aimee, as an Orthodox Presbyterian, is undoubtedly aware of our general anthropologic purpose.

Lisa Bevere Twists the Scriptures on Fasting, Says You Can Fast from Anything Other Than Food to “Indulge in God”

Fasting is not about “indulging God,” as Lisa says. Fasting is an involuntary response to an outward influence and the Bible says fasting is always tied to mourning or some extreme situation/decision. One does not wake up and simply decide to fast; we do not fast to “get closer to God” or to “hear God better.”

No, God Did Not Speak to You Through, Dreams, Visions, Voices in Your Head, or Divine Impressions

God speaks efficaciously to His children. He does not stutter or stammer. He does not leave you hanging. You know it was God speaking to you because of the supernatural imposition of the event itself. In other words, it is not possible for you to adopt the belief that God had not spoken to you when, in fact, He had spoken to you.