The Wolves of Jesus ’17
By John Wilkinson
If there was just one word that would sum up what I would say to anyone who asked about the Jesus ’17 Conference in Orlando, Florida on September 27-30, it would be “Wolves”. This Conference will be hosting all sorts of false teachers talking about “experiencing Jesus”. By that, I’m not saying opening up your Bible and reading the words of Jesus and learning from Him exegetically. I’m talking about having unbiblical charismatic ramblings of utter nonsense (all in the name of Jesus).
I’ll be doing a breakdown of the Speakers with what you need to know about these “teachers” who insist on being a thorn in the sides of those who hold to the 5 Solas and do not depend on emotional and subjective feelings, but Christ Alone by Faith Alone through Grace Alone by the teachings of Scripture Alone all for the Glory of God Alone.
These are the Speakers that will be spreading their heresies during that Conference.
We will be going through each of these speakers in order and learn what exactly what they teach. Benny Hinn will be the first to expose.
Benny Hinn is a noted evangelist, teacher, and the author of best-selling books including Good Morning, Holy Spirit, Prayer That Gets Results, Blood in the Sand, and Lamb of God. His TV program, This Is Your Day, is among the world´s most-watched Christian programs, seen daily in 200 countries. Sounds pretty successful, but when you listen to what he teaches… That’s a whole other mess…
“God the Father, ladies, and gentlemen, is a person; and He is a triune being by Himself separate from the Son and the Holy Ghost. Say, what did you say? Hear it, hear it, hear it. See, God the Father is a person, God the Son is a person, God the Holy Ghost is a person. But each one of them is a triune being by Himself. If I can shock you—and maybe I should—there’s nine of them. Huh, what did you say? Let me explain: God the Father, ladies, and gentlemen, is a person with his own personal spirit, with his own personal soul, and his own personal spirit body. You say, Huh, I never heard that. Well, you think you’re in this church to hear things you’ve heard for the last 50 years?” (Benny Hinn, Benny Hinn program on TBN (October 3, 1991). ” -Hinn
Can you say “Heresy”? Not only does he teach and preach bad theology, he also gives his audience a false sense of hope through his healing events. And those who come up on stage are clearly faking it or are part of the act.
But let’s look at what Justin Peters, an excellent source of false teachers, says about people like Benny Hinn…
Let’s be realistic, Hinn is what discerners like to refer to as “low hanging fruit”. But he is a good start in understanding the lies of the Word of Faith movement.
Part 2 will be Kenneth Copeland.