Thursday, March 08, 2007
Phil Roberts on False Prophets
Dr. Phil Roberts, President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently delivered an important sermon at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He preached from Matthew 7 and titled his message "False Prophets." To download the MP3, go to SEBTS's Chapel Messages page and scroll to Mar 06, 2007.

You can read a summary of his sermon in today's Baptist Press: "Roberts, in SEBTS chapel, warns against false prophets." The news story begins by saying:

When sin entered man in the Garden of Eden, it brought a distorted view of God that would manifest itself in false prophets until the second coming of Christ, R. Philip Roberts, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, said at a sister seminary.

“False prophets have been with us, are with us, and they will be with us to the very end,” Roberts said after reading from Matthew 7 in a March 6 chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C. “And if we take the Word of God seriously, they will be even more evident as the Day of the Lord nears.”

He noted that in the Old Testament false prophets worked to destroy the truth proclaimed by the prophets that God had ordained, and in the New Testament Christians were warned against false teachers. Modern false prophets in the United States include Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, Christian Scientists and New Age adherents, he said.

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