What legacy has he created through the immense success of the Trinity Broadcasting Network? Jackie Alnor, host of The Scattered Sheep Report on Rapture Ready Radio and author of The Fleecing of Christianity, discusses the theology, influence, and spiritual fruit of Paul and Jan Crouch.
Note: Hear excerpts from the interview Jackie conducted with Paul Crouch’s granddaughter, Brittany Crouch Koper, by clicking here. Read the transcript of the interview by clicking here: Part One, and Part Two.
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WHEN JOSHUA led the Hebrews into Canaan, it was not an arbitrary campaign of genocide ordered by a jealous, murderous deity named Yahweh. It was a war against a race created by fallen angels specifically to exterminate the bloodline that would ultimately produce the Savior of mankind — Jesus of Nazareth.
Award-winning screenwriter Brian Godawa (To End All Wars) discusses the two new entries in his Chronicles of the Nephilim series, Joshua Valiant and Caleb Vigilant. Brian shares his thoughts on why the accounts of Joshua’s war in Canaan have been stripped of their context, why that context is so important to really understanding the Bible, and explains why using fiction to impart truth may be more effective than theology textbooks.
ARE MODERN-DAY Christians celebrating a faith that was reinvented by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great?
Our format tonight is different. We welcome two special guests: Dr. Russ “Pappy” Houck, author of Epidemic: Examining the Infected Roots of Judaism and Christianity, and Cris Putnam, publisher of the website Logos Apologia and co-author of Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope is Here and Exo Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project LUCIFER, and the Vatican’s Astonishing Plan for the Arrival of an Alien Savior.
Houck contends that Constantine, among other things, changed God’s Sabbath and established the doctrine of Trinitarianism, adding the word “Christ” to the Greek New Testament hundreds of times and “altering Matthew 28:19 to conform to the heretical Trinity doctrine” (Epidemic, p. 220). Putnam defends the doctrine of the Trinity as predating Constantine by hundreds of years. The discussion is in a format derived from academic debate and runs roughly an hour and twenty minutes.