– the belief that Jesus’ atonement was limited in its extent. Instead, we believe that He died for all unrighteous people and that any perceived limitation rests in one’s free decision not to personally apply Christ’s finished work.
– the assertion that God’s wooing grace cannot be resisted or that He has elected some people to go to hell. Instead we believe that anyone who wills to come to Christ may do so freely as a result of the Holy Spirit’s conviction and wooing persuasion of the heart.
Any psychology and philosophy which is contrary to Scripture and is in substance “according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ”.
The “Emergent Church” movement insofar as it departs from the historic orthodox Christian doctrines in favor of postmodernism.
“Positive confession,” (e.g. the Faith Movement, that views faith as a force that can create one’s own reality or that God can be commanded to heal or work miracles according to man’s will and faith).
The belief that true Christians can be demon possessed and are helpless against the craft and wiles of the Devil.
Human prophecy that supersedes, or is contrary to, the Scriptures.
“Open Theism” or “Freewill Theism” which reduces God’s timeless, unchanging, and dynamic nature and exhaustive foreknowledge of future free decisions to creaturely modes of being and operation.
The over-emphasis of spiritual gifts, and experiential signs and wonders to the exclusion of Biblical teaching.