anthony venn-brown, Ben Gresham, Brian Houston, Chrislam, Hillsong, Hillsong Church, homosexual, LGBTI, Muslim, RCC, Roman Catholicism
HILLSONG’S FALSE INCLUSIVE GOSPEL
Hillsong has continually downplayed and rejected the Christian gospel and the need for repentance. The work of Cameron Buettel has continually exposed Hillsong’s continual lack of preaching the gospel of repentance.
As a result of this, we have noticed how Brian Houston has vehemently been grooming his church to be ecumenical and embrace different beliefs, ideas and forms of false “Christianity”.
Three things Brian Houston has been specifically pushing in Hillsong is Chrislam, (what we call) Queerstianity and pagan Roman Catholicism. In this article we will be looking at the definitions Brian Houston has provided so we can understand what he means by “Muslim” and “homosexual”. While Brian Houston is deliberately vague, he has provided us with just enough substance for us to see how his mind sees certain groups of individuals. In fact, he has created enough imagery for his audiences so he can conjure certain stereotypes in their minds.
ACCORDING TO BRIAN: MUSLIM = “MUSLIM EXTREMIST”
Earlier this year, we exposed Brian Houston gas-lighting his audience to believe that Muslims and Christians serve/worship the same God. We pointed out the fact that Brian Houston was promoting the false liberal “inclusive” gospel and was pushing the idea that Christians can embrace Muslims as our Christian brothers and sisters (Chrislam).
Brian Houston’s Allah “clarification” exposed the fact that he has no problem deliberately misleading Christians around the world over the things he believes. Furthermore, in his statement he claims,
“If you listened to the message in its entirety, my point was that; who a Muslim extremist believes God is, determines what they believe God does, and what they believe God loves.” [Source] [Emphasis ours]
In Brian Houston’s Allah clarification he linked Muslim to “Muslim extremist”. In other words Houston appears to link Muslims to Muslim terrorists. However, in his sermon there was no such link made. In his sermon, he only referred to Muslims once. In his well though-out clarification to the media why did Brian Houston link Muslims to extremists?
What does the word “extremist” normally conjure? What was Brian Houston hoping to achieve in this?
ACCORDING TO BRIAN: HOMOSEXUAL = “CONFUSED IN THEIR SEXUALITY”
This year we also published a series of articles exposing Brian Houston grooming his church to embrace what we call Queerstianity.
The Anthony Venn-Brown, John Shelby Spong and Ben Gresham connection have effectively been pushing the same-sex agenda behind the pulpit of Hillsong. As a result, Brian Houston and Hillsong are furthering the gay agenda.
Recently Brian Houston and his church hit American headlines over Houston’s remarks over same sex issues in America. As a result of Houston’s controversial statements, it appeared that some journalists, bloggers and apologists were digging through our articles and started reviewing the Houston/Gresham connection.
Certain individuals reviewed Brian Houston’s sermon “Scandal of Grace”. In this sermon, Houston said the following:
“Well it’s the weight when a young person growing up in a church feels like they are confused in their sexuality. They feel like “maybe I’m gay” and they go to a youth leader and they are rejected.” [Source]
So according to Brian Houston, someone who thinks they are gay is “confused in their sexuality“. In other words Houston thinks a homosexual can be someone with sexual identity problems.
Don’t think that this information is not important. It is. These insights into Houston’s mind are helpful for us considering his very controversial God-given vision for Hillsong at the beginning of this year for 2014 and the way Hillsong has progressed this year.
brian houston tweeted this:
if he hates evil does that mean brian houston is repenting and stepping down from hillsong leadership?
brian wolfmueller is right. false teachers are more dangerous than any terrorist because false teachers terrorise the church and send the multitudes to hell and brian houston is wrong because he seems to show more mercy towards terrorists then people who do not like his church.
two people were shot last night by a muslim extremist. pray they did not go to hillsong and eat their false gospel.
From Lindt: “The company pledged to support its workers and customers whose lives were shattered by a terrible and random act of violence.
“Lindt & Sprüngli will provide any support to the victims and their families, and indeed to all our employees affected by this event,” the company’s Australian chief executive Stephen Loane said.”
What a MAGNIFICENT statement! True Christian thought, action and selfless courage.
God Bless all those involved or affected.
Compare to b.houston and his father’s victims at the royal commission: “No financial or moral responsibility” to the victims or families who were abused.
Funny how Brian retweeted a tweet saying “Man Monis was a scumbag. Shouldn’t have been given so many 2nd chances. His lawyer claimed he was a “peace activist.”
The same can be said about his Father.
Uber Genius said:
Your “watch discern, avoid” emblem below looks eirily similar to an emblem I saw in a book about 32-degree masons! Do you or your group worship the anti-Christ?
You seem to always be cause discensions among the brethren. Paul fought against such men in Galatia. Pharasaism is pronounced “Fundamentalism” these days.
Reading your blog I.m reminded of Mel Gibson in the movie, “Conspiracy Theory.”
Propaganda and rhetoric flourish only convince intellectually immature individuals.
Should we approach claims by our pastors carefully and diligently? Of course. We are to be Berean in our combing the scriptures. But we are not called to take statements out of context and then extend them as if they were a doctrinal statement and then attack a strawman of your own creation.
Your site is filled with straw men!
Engaging the world as ambassadors of Christ is as difficult these day as it was in Paul’s day. If we require people to shed their sinful ways at the church door we will produce a church of hippocrits.
Why? Because some sin takes decades to remove!
Have you not read Romans 7? How do we create a community that represents Christ in his glory and yet allows the HS to work deeply in our lives?
Your methods of a long list of boundary conditions inorder to become a Christi has produced many generations of insular pharasaical church’s!
While I do think you should encourage people to examine theological statements in context that they were uttered, and hold them against a biblical standard, why go to conspiracy and “antiChrist” unstead of “needing deeper reflection on a non-central issue.
Perhaps it is because in a bounded-set church all issues are core.
Be a more nuanced ambassador of Christ!
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‘Your “watch discern, avoid” emblem below looks eirily [sic] similar […]’
Does “eirily similar” mean that it reminds you of Ireland?
“You seem to always be cause [sic] discensions [sic] among the brethren.”
I assume that you *meant* to say “causing dissension” – is that correct?
‘Pharasaism is pronounced “Fundamentalism” these days.’
Stupidity is pronounced “hillsong” these days.
“If we require people to shed their sinful ways at the church door we will produce a church of hippocrits [sic].”
And clearly neither Brian Houston nor his wife Bobbie are “hippocrits”, are they?
“[…] some sin takes decades to remove!”
Obviously you haven’t heard of the cross (extrapolating from your ignorance we can deduce that you are part of the hillsong cult).
“Propaganda and rhetoric [sic] flourish [sic] only convince intellectually immature individuals.”
We already know that from observing the extent to which Brian Houston’s followers are cognitively impaired.
“Have you not read Romans 7?”
You’ve got it all wrong. You should be addressing questions such as that to Brian Houston.
“Your methods of a long list of boundary conditions […]”
Sorry, you’ve lost me there. Did you want to discuss the hillsong cult or fluid dynamics?
“While I do think you should encourage people to examine theological statements in context […]”
So your conclusion is that the Churchwatchers are in fact correct after all. Those vortices in your mind are certainly spinning at a dizzying pace, aren’t they?
“Perhaps it is because in a bounded-set church all issues are core.”
The real problem is the plethora of undeniably dichotomous outcomes arising from the convergence of competing synergies that are credible at face value only, and which adherents must take care to delicately hold in constant tension without a trace of demur (lest the “core issues” experience a meltdown, leading to a metaphysical analogue of Chernobyl).
P.S. Talking of credibility, you would have a little more of it if you took the time to learn what a spell-checker is (don’t ask Brian Houston for help, he doesn’t even know how to use a dictionary… )