7 Characteristics Of A False Teacher: Part 3

Written by Wes Walker on August 18, 2022

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This is our third installment on breaking down the defining characteristics of false teachers.

If you missed the first two installments of our series on false teachers, you can catch them here: Part One; Part Two.

We’ve covered the first 3 from our list of 7, and pick up the conversation at number four, the kind of teachers who can find the mental energy for riding a theological hobby-horse or picking fly poop out of pepper but completely ignoring the central ideas of scripture like love, grace, sin, and redemption.

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