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( So, according to Spurgeon's own words, even though Wesley preached a false God, a false gospel, and if anyone believed it (as Wesley) he would “be an infidel at once,” this preacher (Wesley) was so godly he could “be added to the number of the twelve.” This hypocritical foolishness fits Spurgeon's “sufficiently wide” road to heaven16 and is consistent with his view that “there will be more in Heaven than in hell.”17 Spurgeon, a man who is respected by John Mac Arthur, Washer, and so many others in the “evangelical” community, preached and lived the exact opposite of the gospel and doctrine (teaching) of Christ (Matthew -27; 2 John 9).
Most evangelicals will give closed ears to the words above or excuse them away (2 Timothy 4:3-4). Men hate the light and do not come to it (John -20).
One of the most serious problems has to do with the current trend in Christianity which increasingly depreciates the importance of absolutes.
As this trend continues, Christians relegate more and more In the theological evangelical camp in which Washer abides, there are certain “doctrines” which they call “the fundamentals of the Christian faith” or the “essentials” by which they may properly have “unity” and fellowship with one another.
Evangelical Christianity is false Christianity and leads to hell.
Paul Washer is just one of many who promotes some of evangelicalism's "damnable heresies" (2 Pet 2:1 KJV). For those who can see the prevailing Satanic false Christianity of today (2 Timothy 3:1-5; 4:3-4), he is readily manifest; for Washer is engulfed in it.
And there are, at times, a mixture and variation on these matters in both camps.
Yet, they are “necessary to salvation.” If you can't name them all, you certainly can't know if you believe them all.
Paul cursed, twice over (Galatians 1:8-9), anyone who preached point, the requirement to keep the law or not as a matter of righteous living (Galatians 3:1-7).
Classical Arminians and Calvinists disagree on five points of the gospel (e.g. Yet, as is so common among evangelical circles, both are considered in the Truth, in Christ (John 14:6), even though they don't agree on such basic gospel truths (e.g.
Nevertheless, this is the theological false way in which Washer abides.
Washer illustrates this commonly practiced hypocritical ecumenism (which is what this “fundamentals” lie breeds) via his acceptance of both Arminians and Calvinists as brothers in Christ.9 Classical Arminianism and Calvinism are two diametrically opposed gospels on five different points of the gospel.However, the harsh reality is that there are many different versions of Christ being proclaimed on the earth today by those who claim to be His followers.