I've never gave him a chance, why? for this old dude I have a little bit of a hard time understanding his accent, other than that, I don't know anything about him.
Joseph Prince has many good teachings on the grace of God, but he is out of balance, because he does not teach man's responsibility in obeying God, or the need to repent when he sins. His teaching on confession of sin in 1 Johnis erroneous, because he teaches that confession of sin is for the unbeliever, andnot for the Christian.
Rev, As one who loves Israel, I don't care if he kisses Jews' feet daily at the wailing wall: if his salvific gospel is flawed, then it doesn't really matter, now does it?Michael Brown addresses this in an open letter & even wrote a book against the false Gospel of cheap grace. And Michael Brown LOVES ISRAEL, Is HIMSELF JEWISH, & shares Christ & the Gospel with Jews who HATE HIM! Art Katz & Reggie Kelley of BenIsrael call this a "satanic sympathy" for Israel when not based in truth.Just like John Haggee who "stands for Israel" (politically) but believes in Dual covenant theology! That Jews can be saved now through keeping the law! He may think he loves Isreal, but that's Heresy! Orthodox Jews didn't love Art Katz & he was Jewish. Why? Because of the offense of the Gospel. I love the Jews, Arabs, etc. but the TRUE GOSPEL must be first or it's not real love, but sentimentality. God Bless, Jeff
JeffYes, all true but at least he is not a replacement type that has assignedthe Israelites to the trash heap of history and nullified over 70% of the scriptures that are addressed specifically to them.
Yeah, But if he gets the Gospel wrong, nothing else matters at all friend. Nothing. No, not even Israel. If someone is "pro-Israel", but "anti-Christ", what does it profit them? Absolutely nothing. And this is coming from one (me) who is a true friend of Israel and believes in their ultimate restoration through Jesus Christ, their Messiah. In Him, Jeff
Joseph Prince has many good teachings on the grace of God, but he is out of balance, because he does not teach man's responsibility in obeying God, or the need to repent when he sins.