Has someone ever called you a Pharisee just because of your faithfulness to Scripture? That’s called “Playing the Pharisee Card,” and it is usually dealt by someone whose deck is full of deceit – and for these dealers, truth is hard to hear. It’s easier just to shut down the truth teller. In this episode, we’re going to talk about the irony of the Pharisee Card, and what you can do if someone plays that card on you.
Playing the Pharisee Card – Amy Spreeman
What Does It Mean to “Play the Pharisee Card”? – Michelle Lesley
The dangers of dismissing “discernment ministries” – Amy Spreeman
To Warn Is Love – Berean Research
Discernment Challenge: If you see something, say something! – Berean Research
How Jesus Called Out False Teachers and Deadly Doctrine – Berean Research
Heresy Hunter is a pejorative for “troublemaker”– Naomi’s Table
Bible Studies – Michelle Lesley
Bible Studies – Naomi’s Table
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Your not teaching or calling yourselves pastor’s, are you. Women in the pulpit is wrong you know it and Dave Hunt taught us that.
Fine your speaking to jus women but look at CCCM and they are going down the path of women teaching men in church.
Check them out and speak to the women.
No, we do not teach or preach to men; I assure you that we are complimentarians. You can use the search bar to review the many podcasts we’ve produced where we’ve spoken about that issue.
Not many people may be commenting, but I believe that many are listening. this is truly helpful and I am grateful for your guidance. Also, I am in the book of Matthew right now. I don’t get on Social Media very often but when I did, this podcast appeared in my timeline and I clicked on it. It’s really driving home what Jesus is teaching. Thank you again. God bless.
Thanks for the encouragement and for listening, Christi!