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Chris Rosebrough did a review of Brian Houston earlier in 2010:
When A Pirate Aims The Canon At Brian Houston…
Once again, Chris Rosebrough from ‘Fighting For The Faith’ did a solid biblical critique of Brian Houston’s teaching. He clearly reveals that one of the fundamental flaws of Hillsong’s ministry is Brian Houston’s incompetency in handling God’s Word correctly.
How can a man like Brian Houston lead thousands of Christians into error and not be held accountable to the false teachings he peddles? How can people sit and hear this unscriptural teaching?
Hear the sermon review below:
JANUARY 18, 2011
SARAH PALIN BATTLE HYMN
• Sarah Palin Battle Hymn
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• Sin and its Consequences
• Sermon Review, “Momentum Attracts” Brian Houston, Hillsong, Sydney, Australia
(Source: Sarah Palin Battle Hymn, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2011/01/sarah-palin-battle-hymn.html, 18/01/2011. Accessed 04/10/2012.)
Do not tolerate the false teaching that is is said in the name of God that contradicts the Word of God. We are commanded by God not too.
Please pray for Brian Houston and the Hillsong Movement and pray that they repent from this ear-tickling nonsense.
Excellent work on exposing this charlatan. Brian Houston is a wolf and a dangerous one at that.
Summer Moore said:
Brian Houston brought me back to Christ. Hillsong church asks for donations only once, which is 2 x less than my local catholic church and giving is very discreet, so much so that many don’t donate at all and that is ok. It saddens me greatly that people who say they are working for god and yet they behave in a very ungodly manner, such as you. Why object to a man who is spreading the word that we all believe? How could this be satanic? What non-sense. Mr Houston’s approach is more youthful and contemporary, which is refreshing and I believe required for Christianity to embrace the next generation and welcome back those that disserted or who felt unengaged with traditional religions. You should be praising Brian Houston for connecting with an audience that has been waiting for him and one who is finding it’s way back to Christ. Jesus was a role model for connecting those who believed in God. You should behave the same way. What a waste of good energy to spend such time criticising those doing good work. Spend that time on engaging those that need hope and help, and be a role model too. This is what Jesus would do.
“Brian Houston brought me back to Christ.”
Sorry, to burst your bubble: if it was Brian who did it, it wasn’t Christ to whom you were led. If you had read your Bible, you know that Jesus stated “No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws them […]”.
“Hillsong church asks for donations only once […]”.
Brian worships money, and he wants you to worship at the same altar as he does – under his tutelage and close supervision, and being sure to pay him a healthy fee for the privilege.
“Why object to a man who is spreading the word that we all believe?”
*You* believe the lies that Brian spreads, in sharp contrast to those of us who know Jesus and believe God’s word, which is truth.
“How could this be satanic?”
Do you honestly think that the farrago of lies and blasphemy that Hillsong vomits up week by week is actually of God?
“Mr Houston’s approach is more youthful and contemporary, which is refreshing and I believe required for Christianity to embrace the next generation and welcome back those that disserted [sic] or who felt unengaged [sic] with traditional religions.”
Yeah, it’s too bad that God knows full well that Brian is a money-grubbing hypocrite, and that all of Brian’s “good works” are nothing but filthy rags.
“You should be praising Brian Houston for connecting with an audience that has been waiting for him and one who is finding it’s way back to Christ.”
Have you not read what is written? “I am the LORD; that is my name! I will not yield my glory to another or my praise to idols.”
“Jesus was a role model for connecting those who believed in God.”
Really? Is that what you think? You don’t think that perhaps Jesus was the Messiah? It seems that you are going to get a really rude shock on the Day of Judgement.
“[Engaging those that need hope and help, and being a role model] is what Jesus would do.”
And we all firmly believe that you must be absolutely correct in making that assertion, since you are clearly both well-acquainted with the Bible and full to overflowing with the Holy Spirit.