In his latest article, one of our favourite polemicists and very good friend Rick Becker from the ‘Famine In The Land’ blog, addresses the following: “Another gospel” comes in many forms, in this article I’ll identify three man-centered teachings, that are… Read More ›
Search results for ‘Theresa dedmon’
Here is the latest article from one of our favourite polemicists, our good friend Rick Becker from the ‘Famine In The Land’ blog. Rick confronts the latest ‘vain declarations’ made by false Bethel leaders Kevin and Theresa Dedmon. “Beloved, do… Read More ›
Recently, Bethel Pastor and Christalignment tarot reader extraordinaire, Theresa Dedmon, came out in defense of Destiny (tarot) card readings. Another Bethel pastor defends the occult practices of Jen Hodge and Christalignment Many Christians are rightly exposing Dedmon’s bible twisting to… Read More ›
As Lindsay Davis, now former student of BSSM (Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry), continues on her wonderful journey away from the influence of Bethel’s false teaching, she takes the time to respond to the selling of false “prophetic jewellery” being… Read More ›
The evidence Dr. Michael Brown, Jen Hodge and Bethel did not want you to see in today’s ‘Line of Fire’.
As we all now know, Dr Michael Brown has just invited Jen Hodge onto his show to promote occultism under the guise of ‘evangelism’. He has previously given the impression this is nothing more than a ‘fringe group’ engaging in… Read More ›
Check the fruit of Bill Johnson’s Bethel ministries. Occultism, biblically illiterate pastors and online pastor tantrums. Ben Fitzgerald is proof. Read more here….
Bethel’s Creative Arts pastor denounces Christalignment’s Destiny Card tarot practice and confesses to creating Destiny Cards.
While Bethel pastor Kris Vallotton retracted his denouncement of Christalignment’s Destiny Card tarot practices, Theresa Dedmon (who at first endorsed the use of Destiny Cards) has now clarified on her blog that although she came up with the idea… Read More ›
In this article, we look at the context as to why Bethel was teaching that Christians can walk on water and walk through walls.
Bethel’s failure to hide their occultic roots or convince people that ‘destiny cards’ are not tarot cards….