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Defending Apologetics by Sandy Simpson, 9/7/11
Why is it that "Christian" leadership, when documented as having taught false teachings or having done unbiblical things publicly and then those things are exposed publicly, have a conniption fit? They berate those who want to warn them and others not to teach falsely and want you to contact them personally or want to have a private meeting to talk about it. But then if you do contact them personally or have a meeting all you meet with is "attitude" and nothing gets changed. What is the use of that? Why do people who may have been true biblical teachers turned false teachers assume they have the right to air what they do in public but those who refute do not have the same rights?