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Former drummer for Gary Lewis and The Playboys and The Coasters. Tim has also played with Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster, Darlene Zscech and Hillsongs, Jeff Fenholt, SteveCamp among others. Tim founded The Simply Agape Project in 2001 to get free Christian music to the troops. Recordings have been made with Tim, and friends Alex Acuna, Abe Laboriel SR, Justo Almario,Steve Camp , Jared Ming and some wonderful Independant Christian artists.The Somebody Brave CD also features words of encouragment to the soldiers from Pastors, Moms, Dads, and Lt Col Brian Birdwell a Pentegon 9/11 survivor Tim is married to Donna Wirth and has four children Alan 25,Steven 23, Brittany 22, Bethany 21. Tim has played in numerous churchs as well as shows on TBN. Tim has also performed on JCTV on the show Generation Worship featuring worship leader Jared Ming. Tim has a book published worldwide titled "Pass The Plate And Let Us Prey" (My Search For Black and White Christianity in a Gray Nation)

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Todd Friel on heretic Brian Mclaren

Another great video exposing Brian McLaren who has wormed his way into many denomination most of all the Nazarene denomination who feature this heritic at many of their colleges and seminaries. Enjoy and discern-Blessings Tim

1 Comments:

Anonymous Adam said...

Well, that was indeed "wretched". I love it that Todd Friel pointed out that Mclaren's rejection of substitution atonement theory has been a heresy for "400 years." That simply is hilarious, because it points to the obvious fact that for 1,600 years of Christianity no one would have considered this rejection of this one particular atonement theory as heresy.

Perhaps the real trouble is that many people have allowed the center of absolute orthodoxy to be determined by the most recent of Christian movements. I am not talking about the emergent church, but actually Protestant Evangelicalism; which is very new historically speaking.

It is even more troubling that the most orthodox of Christian views according to many of these evangelicals can be best described in ridiculous "Christian" fiction like the "Left Behind" series.

I'm sorry there is absolutely nothing "discerning" about such heretic hunting- especially when it fails to embrace historical Christianity beyond just one specific branch of the last 400 years.

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