Anderson has long been against Gospel Tracts. Because the New IFB teaches a soulwinning method that provides lots of false conversions, they balk at methods that give the gospel but don’t force out a fake salvation with it. So they reject Gospel Tracts.
Steven Anderson claims that this isn’t just another restriction on the New IFB diet, but the fact is that this is just that. The New Testament is clear that there are no such restrictions on us today, except as it stumbles a brother.
Steven Anderson preaches that interest is always sinful, a belief he gained due to rejecting a dispensational understanding of scripture. Because of this, he applies the Old Testament laws upon Christians today, and says things like this: By the way, charging interest is a sin. I don’t care what the bank told you. According to […]
In contrast with the Biblical position that Jesus is the Living Word of God, and the Bible is the written word, two different things, Anderson equates the two. He also says that the word “Became Jesus.” see the video below:
Steven L. Anderson planted Faithful Word Baptist Church on December 25, 2005. In the years since, through an effective social media presence, including dozens of youtube pages, he has made his teachings very public. He received national media attention in 2009 after a video of him stating from his pulpit that he prays for Barack […]
Steven Anderson has long held to 9/11 conspiracy theories. In August 2009 in his radio program “The True Born Sons of Liberty Radio Broadcast” he titled the program “9/11 was an inside job.” The program is below: More recently, he demonstrated the uniformity of thought that is pushed at Faithful Word Baptist church when he […]
Steven Anderson makes several good observations in these message clips, and of course there is no problem with a church meeting in a family-integrated style. However, he misapplies scripture and utilizes faulty reasoning when he concludes that the Bible is against church nurseries.
Anderson has always preached that the Bible is both the words of God and also God himself, based on misunderstanding a few scriptures. Below are two videos that show this theology.
Steven Anderson is not afraid to admit that this doctrine is novel. Baptists haven’t preached this before, but now it is core New IFB doctrine. Here is the Sermon that started it all!
Steven Anderson claims in the video below that many who are saved will not show any change in actions. No works will follow. He misquotes scripture that talks about people being saved without works and then says that it means someone can be saved and then never change. The interesting thing about this doctrine is […]