7 Characteristics Of A False Teacher: Part 4

Written by Doug Giles on September 1, 2022

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This week brings us to the 5th characteristic of a false teacher.

We’re talking about the guy who knows all the pretty words it takes to wow a crowd, but doesn’t have anything of substanc backing it up.

Sometimes he’ll take the shape of the honey-tongued huckster selling snake oil. Sometimes he can play a crowd like a violin, taking them on more emotional ups and downs than a rollercoaster. Sometimes he’s that sage academic who knows all the latest trendy buzzwords that will pull the rug out of everything holy, just, and true.

Whoever he is, he’s not a plain-speaking truth-teller who will let the weight of God’s word break and rebuild what needs breaking or rebuilding in the hearts of His people.

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