17); and "The subtlety of false teaching is that it uses the Word of God but misrepresents its teaching. who would try to divert some of that glory, honor, and esteem to man is robbing God of the worship due Him and Him alone. God, being infinitely rich and needing nothing, cannot be enriched by anyone or anything.
Those who teach something explicitly and overtly anti-biblical, anti-Christ, and anti-God pose no real threat to the Christian church. Mac Arthur's psychological teachings and his neo-evangelical associations, and leave most of the other theological issues to others (e.g., a works-oriented approach to the concept of Lordship Salvation; dispensational inconsistencies; confusion concerning the two natures of the believer; confusing statements on the "blood of Christ"; denial of Eternal Sonship (since recanted); confusion concerning unlimited atonement; and the use of contemporary Christian music). [Elaborating on Mac Arthur's erroneous interpretation, he is clearly saying that we should feel good about ourselves because God was enriched through gaining us as His children! , however, is all about the blessings from God, not the blessings He receives from us. (Adapted from the 9/93 TBC.)] - An elder of Grace Church once said the above self-worth/significance to God quote from Mac Arthur was "admittedly a poor way for John to state his point" (September 1994 letter on file).
(That is an unbeliever)." God classifies an unbeliever as an infidel.
An unbeliever, up to this point, has chosen not to receive the forgiveness and the love that is offered by God through Jesus Christ.
Much of Mac Arthur's influence is derived from his sermons that are edited and aired over more than 700 stations daily across the U. and Canada on the "Grace to You" (GTY) radio program. In addition, the "Grace to You Weekend" broadcast now airs on almost 100 outlets. Mac Arthur, Jr., (born 1940) is the pastor of Grace Community Church (GCC) in Sun Valley, California, as well as the president of both The Master's College and The Master's Seminary.His undergraduate work was completed at Los Angeles Pacific College, followed by seminary training at Talbot Theological Seminary.The Scripture states in 1 Corinthians "Put away from among yourselves that wicked person." In addition, we are told, regarding born-again people that do not obey the Gospel, not to even eat with such people.Paul talking about the wicked person says, in: Isaiah 55:8-9 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the LORD.