Bethel “pastor” Kris Vallotton thinks it would be wrong to confess our sins to each other, because that would “create a culture where we are always looking for what is wrong with each other.” Instead, Vallotton says we should look for the “goodness, the GODness, the gifts that God has given us.”
Kris Vallotton says that sometimes his group of disciples had to invent sins because they really didn’t have any sins to confess that week. While it is not necessary to spell out the specifics of our sins, we should always be willing to “confess our sins to one another.” Kris Vallotton teaches a twisted form of theology that believes “we just don’t know how good we are.” Check out this article and video to learn more: The (False) Gospel According to Moana.
Here is one of the things that Jesus instructed us to ask for in the Lord’s prayer:
Why would Jesus want us to ask for forgiveness? Doesn’t Jesus want us to look for the GODness in each other??
Listen to Kris Vallotton twist the daylights out of God’s Word in the second half of this episode of Fighting for the Faith
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