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Theological Terrorism*


Which is worse: atheists and other opponents of Christianity, or apostates within the church? John MacArthur answers:

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Can someone . . . be even more dangerous than the hostile critic who stands outside the church and overtly opposes everything the Bible teaches? Absolutely. False teachers and doctrinal saboteurs inside the church have always confused more people and done more damage than open adversaries on the outside. Is an attacking enemy who promises his arrival in advance and wears a uniform for easy identification as dangerous as a terrorist who is hidden and acts with deadly surprise? The answer is obvious.

—John MacArthur, The Truth War (Thomas Nelson, 2007), 81.

* First posted January 9, 200.



Posted 2019·07·22 by David Kjos
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