"Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them." - Ephesians 5:11Shepherds of the flock of God need to feed the flock that is entrusted to them with the Word of God, both accurately and completely. But that is not all. A Pastor also needs to warn the flock of danger. John MacArthur has done both of these tasks faithfully for years.
Now, for the past few days, at the Grace to You blog, MacArthur has been critiquing Rob Bell's theology. It is some of the most hard-hitting and theologically sound criticism I've read to date.
If you've not read MacArthur's comments, I would encourage you to do so.
Here they are, in order of publication:
Rob Bell: a Brother to Embrace, or a Wolf to Avoid?
Rob Bell: “Evangelical and orthodox to the bone?” Hardly.
Rob Bell’s Unbelief in His own Words
Yesterday, my friend (and closet Squirrel Fan who, for some strange reason, has taught his daughter to call me "Mouse") Fred Butler made some great observations about the mindset exhibited by Bell's supporters and defenders in his post Hip and Thigh: Hell’s Bells.
(Programing Note: Stay tuned for a Saturday Nut Special tomorrow!