Rich Vermillion: How God Uses Heretics


I was getting a bit upset recently regarding the explosion of heretics in recent months. For example, there was Mormon Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor Rally” in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. back this past August 2010 (see my note below within the comments section of this post to see just a few of the outlandish and horrific heresies taught by Mormonism). Beck … [Read more...]

Rich Vermillion: Four Characteristics of Sound Doctrine


Given all the teaching that we have put on this website in regard to heretics, wolves, and doctrinal error, it would seem to be more than a little appropriate to take some time to teach WHAT constitutes sound doctrine. Anything else would seem to be a bit unfair, as it leaves our readers without the tools for forming good teaching by which to live a pleasing life in Christ … [Read more...]

Rich Vermillion: When Wolves Remove Their Clothes


There are many wolves at large today, prowling around with their “sheep’s clothing” draped across their furry shoulders, looking for any unsuspecting prey which they can devour for their own self-serving agendas. One even contacted me today, and tried to deceive me into advertising his alleged “ministry” for him on my websites, using a false confrontation about Kenneth Copeland … [Read more...]

Rich Vermillion: Preachers of Righteousness


Where are the “preachers of righteousness” today that Peter esteemed so highly in his day? (2 Peter 2:5) Where is balanced ministry, that touches a person at their TRUE points of need — rather than simply feeds the carnal nature of unsaved masses in order to appeal to their wallets? There is much concern today about the sheer numbers falling away from the Christian faith as … [Read more...]

Rich Vermillion: Judging Prophecy Correctly


There is too much confusion in the Body of Christ with regard to how to properly judge prophecies and prophets today. Some do not bother to judge them at all, and just swallow whatever is fed to them by even false prophets—complete with the proverbial “hook, line, and sinker.” Others are trying to use good discernment in order to avoid heresy and being led astray, but are using … [Read more...]