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Published on Feb 11, 2013
Joel Osteen a false teacher Dave Hunt explains Last days final hour end times news prophecy update

The False Promise of the Prosperity Gospel False teaching of Joel Osteen and Joyce Meyer Read More http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pastor-...

August 2013 According to Joel Osteen -- Pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, these first century apostles are wrong and outdated http://unitedforawakening.com/joel-os...

Joel Osteen false teaching the focus on not confronting sin. Osteen explains that he tries to teach Biblical principles in a simple way, emphasizing the power of love and a positive attitude. In an appearance on Piers Morgan Tonight in January 2011, Osteen mentioned he had never attended seminary. Joel Osteen false teaching on word faith movement. Joel Osteen's Word-Faith Teachings by Ken Silva, Apprising Ministries, 2005. Joel Osteen False teaching on prosperity theology prosperity gospel, Joel Osteen: The Prosperity Gospel's Coverboy by Jackie Alnor, June 2003 .Osteen's sermons and writings are sometimes reproached for their use of the concepts of prosperity theology, or the prosperity gospel, a belief that wealth and power are rewards for pious Christians. Joel Osteen False teaching on Mormonism, In an interview on Fox News in 2008 during the U.S. Presidential primary race, when discussing whether he thought that Mormons were Christians, Osteen indicated that he believed that they were. He further noted that he had not studied the religion.

On October 14, 2007, 60 Minutes ran a twelve-minute segment on Osteen, titled "Joel Osteen Answers his Critics", during which Reformed theologian Michael Horton told CBS News correspondent Byron Pitts that Osteen's method of teaching is "heresy"

Dave Hunt (born 1926) is a Christian apologist, speaker, radio commentator and author. He has been in full-time ministry since 1973. The Berean Call, which highlights Hunt's material, was started in 1992. Hunt has traveled to the Near East, lived in Egypt, and written numerous books on theology, prophecy, cults, and other religions, including critiques of Catholicism, Islam, Mormonism, and Calvinism, among others. Hunt is evangelical dispensational and is associated with the Plymouth Brethren movement.Although he is not a Calvinist, he does hold to eternal security.
Hunt is a strict Biblical Creationist - refutations of evolution are a frequent topic of his radio programs, Search the Scriptures Daily and According to God's Word. He has stated that "I think that you would have to be, in my opinion, an idiot to think that this universe happened by chance."

Hunt believes occult or pagan influences are pervasive in modern culture - this includes evolution, as well as all forms of psychology, some forms of entertainment, all forms of science-fiction or fantasy[citation needed] - especially Harry Potter - yoga, some forms of medicine, environmental concern or conservation and much of public education. His book Occult Invasion is dedicated to this area, while several other books mention it in part.
Calvinism Hunt addressed Calvinism in a book called What Love is This? Calvinism's Misrepresentation of God, published in 2002 and revised in 2004 and 2006. He sought to refute many alleged misconceptions of Calvinism without taking an Arminian stance. He outlined a theological middle ground between Calvinism and Arminianism, where, according to Hunt, one can believe in eternal security but reject Calvinistic teaching. Also published in 2004 was Debating Calvinism: Five Points, Two Views, co-written in a point-counterpoint debate format by Hunt and Calvinist apologist James White.
Catholicism

In A Woman Rides the Beast, he identifies the Roman Catholic Church as the Whore of Babylon from the prophecies in chapters 17 and 18 of the Book of Revelation.
Mormonism

The Godmakers, which Dave Hunt co-wrote with Ed Decker, and the accompanying film, The God Makers, was an expose on Mormonism, highlighting the Mormon belief that Jesus is the spirit brother of Lucifer and many other facets of Mormonism. Jeremiah Films made a video that is based on the book.
Other

The Seduction of Christianity (co-written with Tom McMahon), which categorized Word of Faith teachings, meditation, and psychology-based counseling as New Age heresies, generated much debate in the 1980s. Responses from meditation proponents and from Calvinist re-constructionist writers include Seduction?? A Biblical Response and The Reduction of Christianity. Hunt has written a rejoinder to the latter critics in his Whatever Happened to Heaven?

Hunt wrote about Y2K with the intent of refuting the fearful predictions being made by other Christian fundamentalist writers (Y2K: A Reasoned Response To Mass Hysteria).
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