Netflix is conducting an all-out attack against Christianity … targeting Christians with false doctrine.
How and why?
Shelly and I watch Netflix on occasion…
And while rare, they do show powerful Christian movies … such as The Case for Christ.
We were up in the mountains recently … and I turned on my Netflix menu “Because You watched.” This feature identifies shows similar to others you already watched…
The menu recommended Come Sunday.
I was delighted … Another Christian movie, I thought…
The movie was produced to undermine faith … but in a very subtle way…
Very effective against those not grounded in the Word…
Subtly, Come Sunday:
- Undermines the justice, mercy and love of God
- Undermines the truth of salvation by grace alone through faith in Christ alone
- Undermines the necessity of repentance from sins
Don’t be fooled if you have Netflix … or if you get Netflix in the future…
Warn others not to be fooled by the Netflix recommendations.
No need to watch the heresy and the blasphemy … unless you want to do so to sharpen your discernment of false doctrine … and your apologetics skills.
It’s simply propaganda for universalism, which teaches:
- There is no hell … no eternal separation from God for unbelievers
- Everyone is saved
The apostle Paul gave this advice to the early church in Galatia – a part of modern-day Turkey – on how to recognize false doctrine:
“But even if we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, let him be accursed!” (Galatians 1:8)
Watch the response of Archbishop J. Delano Ellis II to Carlson Pearson’s doctrine of inclusion (10 ½ minutes):
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