Category: Heresies

Heresies: Eternal Progression 0

Heresies: Eternal Progression

Eternal Progression is a doctrine unique to Mormonism, which teaches that men can eternally progress to the state of godhood. Eternal Progression is taught by the LDS that the process begins as the spiritual...

Adoptionism 0

Adoptionism

Adoptionism (also called Dynamic Monarchianism), is a subset of non-Trinitarianism that holds that Jesus was a mere mortal man, and that he was “adopted” as God’s Son at some point in his earthly life,...

Heresies: Manichaeism 0

Heresies: Manichaeism

Manichaeism is the name of a false religion within wider Eastern Mysticism. Elements of this religion, however, exist as a sub-Christian heresy popular in certain circles. Within Christianity, Manichaeism teaches that good and evil (or...

Heresies: Limited Theism 0

Heresies: Limited Theism

Limited Theism is a term used generally to define a belief in the God of the Christian Bible that limits any of his divine attributes. However, Limited Theism usually manifests itself in the particular belief that...

Heresies: Sectarian Minimalism 0

Heresies: Sectarian Minimalism

Sectarian Minimalism is a heretical sub-christian sect consisting of professing believers in Jesus, but who minimalize, repudiate, or neglect the local church. Sectarian Minimalism manifests itself in many Christian traditions, and typically leads to...

Heresies: Universalism 0

Heresies: Universalism

Universalism (Universalism) is the doctrinal heresy that all people will be redeemed to God, and that all people will saved eternally. The term itself developed in 1820 in association with the Christian Universalist ‘Church’...

Heresies: Annihilationism 0

Heresies: Annihilationism

Annihilationism, sometimes called “destructionism” or “extinctionism” is the theological proposition that there is no “hell” awaiting the unbeliever, at least not that can be defined as “eternal conscience torment” (which is the Biblical, historic...

Heresies: Dual Covenant Theology 0

Heresies: Dual Covenant Theology

Dual Covenant Theology, sometimes called “two Covenant theology” is a theological proposition that Jews (that is, the physical lineage of Abraham) can be redeemed through adherence to the Sinaitic Covenant (sometimes called the Mosaic...