Friday, September 07, 2012

Documented "Baptist" advocates of the RNC heresy--the view that Repentance does Not always result in a Change of Life

Please post in the comment section here documented further quotes by advocates, especially "Baptist" ones, of the view that repentance does not always result in a changed life--the RNC heresy.



KJB1611 said...

A website by a proponent of the RNC heresy that documents proponents of the heresy and proponents of the gospel of Christ--which the website rejects for the RNC--is:

Jack Hyles, Curtis Hudson, Steven Anderson, Don Boyd, Bob Gray, Paul Chapman, and Robert Jimenez are listed as advocates of the heresy, with documentation, while a very extensive list of defenders of the true doctrine of repentance, both Baptist and non-Baptist, are also listed with documentation.

KJB1611 said...

Pastor Brandenburg, here:

also documents Shelton Smith of the Sword of the Lord, as well as either the espousal or total silence on the fact that repentance results in a changed life by R. B. Ouellette in a front page article in the Sword of the Lord.

A specific quote from Curtis Hudson:

"I think there are many who would like to be saved but have been presented the faulty idea that repentance is turning from sin" (found in Hudson's sermon, which is filled with misstatements, smokescreens, and confusion, entitled "Repentance: What Does the Bible Teach?")