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seeker driven SBC pastor Perry Noble 's take on Adam and Eve and...

Discussion in 'Apostasy in the Local Church' started by billiefan2000, Apr 10, 2012.

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    billiefan2000 Well-Known Member

    By Ken Silva pastor-teacher on Apr 10, 2012 in Current Issues, Features

    In pieces like Perry Noble Whines About Critics…Again here at Apprising Ministries I told you that Noble is one of the new breed prophet-pastors who’re basically the Popes Of The Carolinas.

    You may be aware that Noble is the mentor to his faithful Seeker Driven/attractional disciple Steven Furtick, though the truth is, Furtick has already far surpassed Perry Noble.

    This isn’t to say that Noble is a lightweight in the cult-like attractional church planting megachurch scene, it’s to remind you just how fast-rising is the star of his protégé Steven Furtick.

    Well, to use one of Noble’s fav phrases, apparently he’s pretty “pumped” about his upcoming series Adam & Eve:

    (Online source)

    As you can see Perry Noble was quite anxious to get this, in my opinion, rather cheesy video around. The first thing you’ll notice is it’s actually billed ADAM & Eve, A Series About Men. Why, who knew; turns out the historical account of the parents of the human race was really geared to be a self-help series for men?

    The video sure seems to indicate to me that we’re not going to hear sound Biblical exegesis. Rather, it would appear to be Dr. Phil-ish Oprahisms gleaned from the Seeker Driven/attractional camp’s patented narcigesis. We’re first told Noble will be opining about “The One Question Every Man Must Answer.”

    Somehow I find myself doubting it has anything to do with the question asked by the Philippian jailer in Acts 16:30 — “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” That really doesn’t seem likely as we continue on in the video and discover the other topics to be covered, such as “Four Things Every Man Should Know About A Woman.”

    Then there’s “Three Things A Man Can’t Have,” “Three Things Every Man Needs,” and finally, “What Every Woman Wants.” Now I could be wrong, but based upon the usual attractional fare at these multi-site megachurches, this sounds more like a marriage counseling session than a sermon series.

    If you feel you need such counseling, doesn’t it make more sense to go to someone actually trained in that field?

    PERRY NOBLE TAKES ON ADAM & EVE : Apprising Ministries

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