Having experienced its damaging effects, Sean DeMars and Mike McKinley set out to reveal the insidious toxicity found in the prosperity gospel. Naming and claiming promises of material blessing for those who believe enough may seem at first glance to be biblical but turn out to be a distortion of God's truth.
Beginning by countering claims made by the prosperity gospel with what scripture actually teaches, they highlight the places in scripture that stand directly opposed to prosperity teachings. They explore what the Bible teaches about whether people who believe false doctrine are eternally saved, and how to examine our hearts for a prosperity-style understanding of God.
The Heart of the Prosperity Gospel
Excuse Me, but Your Bible is Upside Down
Yeah, but What About Promises of Health and Happiness?
Yeah, but What About Promises of Wealth?
Do TBN Viewers Go to Heaven?
Should We Pray Together?
The Prosperity Gospel Among the Orthodox