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Dangerous Cult


In this DVD Eric Barger carefully documents the rise of the Cult of Liberalism within the walls of the Christian Church.


This message will shake those lost in deceptive "Churchianity" with the uncompromising truth that not all who claim to be Christians and not every church that professes to be a "house of worship" are preaching the authentic gospel that transforms man and leads to everlasting life!


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 Divorced DVD
 Divorced From Church?
 How Apostasy is Scattering the Sheep
 Today, many precious saints have been forced to leave their churches due to truly biblical or doctrinal disputes. If you have, you are NOT alone!
 With alarming numbers of once-trustworthy denominations and leaders trumpeting varieties of Liberalism and Emergent and other heresies, what is the dedicated Bible-believer to do? Should we stay or must we go? In this important message, Eric Barger utilizes biblical apologetics as he approaches the problem, offers solutions, and outlines reasons to both leave and stay in a congregation.

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The REAL Jesus
 vs. The Counterfeits

 This timely message holds important apologetic insight to help you identify the many cultic versions of Jesus being promulgated today. Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, The New Age Movement - they ALL have a "Jesus."

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Is Your Church dvd
Is Your Church New Age, Emergent, or Christian?

This comparison of New Age and Emergent beliefs against the backdrop of biblical Christianity will not only expose the many likenesses shared by New Age and Emergent philosophies but it will also help equip viewers with discernment in understanding and recognizing real, authentic Christianity.
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 Emergent philosophy has invaded nearly every once-safe denomination. In this seminar DVD, Eric defines Emergent thinking and terms, concisely exposing the leaders and errors of the Emergent Church.

The Worst Thing Imaginable!

May 21, 2011 "Judgment Day"??? 


All day I've been thinking a lot about the emotions of and various scenarios of what life is like today for the followers of doomsday prophet Harold Camping. I felt I needed to encourage those who read my updates to pray and stay focused. I felt this urgent enough that I have foregone sending this to my trusted editor for correction of my wayward punctuation so I hope that you'll accept what I've said here clunkers and all. 


Some of Camping's faithful may be in blissful repose dreaming of the Rapture of the Church, which he, the president of "Family Radio," has declared will positively take place tomorrow night at 6pm.


Some could possibly be trying to contact anyone and everyone who've been important in their lives to say one last "goodbye."  


Regardless of moral conclusions, a few may be eating, drinking, and making merry, living it up, throwing caution to the wind, charging up credit cards and breaking free of all restraints, believing they are leaving the planet this weekend without a care as to what they leave behind, in particular the credit card bills. 


A smattering of Camping's followers may right now be witnessing non-stop to the lost, even though Camping has previously declared that no one can now be saved. (Try and find that idea described anywhere in the Church Age in the Bible???) Camping's mixed message on this emanates from his book, 1994?, in which Camping wrote, "When September 6, 1994, arrives, no one else can become saved. The end has come." (1994?, page 533)   


I believe that the majority of Camping's followers may be experiencing a false euphoria but many more may likely be in a daze of fear and terror, though most would probably not admit it openly. Many truly believe he is right and that the end is not near, but actually, here. 


Many, if not all of Camping's faithful aren't sleeping and God only knows how many days that's been the case. Put yourself in their position for a moment, at least humanly speaking. Imagine you have bought the farm, drunk the kool-aid and are 100% convinced that Camping is correct. Would you be acting normal today? Would you be sleeping at night? Wouldn't you have marked a calendar set to end at tomorrow's date since the moment Camping's demonic deception had overtaken you? Just the fact that his following is getting little if any real sleep is a prescription for the disaster. Sleep deprevation does nasty things to one's sense of reality and usually leaves a person believing false ideas concerning hope, peace and the future. I am praying against it on behalf of those who are about to experience a very spiritually devastating event. We know that some folks never recover emotionally after placing thgeir trust in doomsday prophets. Short of a miracle from God, once May 21 comes and goes without the Rapture many will never again trust a pastor, a church, or for that matter, anyone who claims to be a Christian. That is of course counting on the idea that the lack of Rapture doesn't drive people either to the brink of insanity or worse to end their lives. Dramatic you say? Hardly, considering the history of those who've been caught in doomsday cultism in the past. The more I have thought about it, the more I am convinced that this is exactly what is brewing for many of his followers after the Rapture doesn't occur on Saturday night. As I wrote in my update earlier this week,at very least by May 22 Camping's followers will lose all credibility with family, friends and co-workers, etc.


The point here is that as bad as it is to have the world sneer at orthodox teaching on bible prophecy and end-time events, many in the Church will discount even correct teaching on this topic all the more so as not to hint any association to Camping or his followers.


What is transpiring this weekend can only serve to hurt the cause of prophetic teaching but as troublesome as that may be, we need to focus on the devastated lives left in Camping's wake. This is surely a time to ask God to intervene in the affairs of folks whom we do not know to save them both emotionally, spiritually, and yes, physically.

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