Justin Peters

Didaché РDid God Miraculously Intervene And Save Donald Trump?

In this podcast, Justin Peters delves into divine intervention, particularly concerning a recent event involving former President Donald Trump. Peters critiques the notion that God‚Äôs intervention saved Trump from an assassination attempt, arguing instead that God is always actively sustaining the universe rather than intervening sporadically. He explains that Trump‚Äôs survival was not a miracle…

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Didach√© – Did Prophets Predict Trump’s Assassination Attempt? Is Charismatic Theology Valid?

In this episode of Didach√©, Justin Peters examines recent prophecies claiming an assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump and evaluates their accuracy. Peters critiques the prophetic declarations of Brandon Biggs and Chris Reed, revealing inconsistencies and falsehoods. Through a detailed analysis, he highlights the problematic nature of modern charismatic prophecies and stresses the importance…

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Q&A with Justin Peters – How I Came To Be Doing What I’m Doing

In this episode of Q&A with Justin Peters, Justin shares his journey into exposing the Word of Faith movement and the prosperity gospel. Peters recounts how his encounters with false faith healers and his battle with cerebral palsy led him to a ministry focused on biblical truth and exposing theological errors. He highlights the importance…

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Didaché РBethel Heresy You Have To See To Believe

In a thought-provoking episode of Didach√©, Justin Peters delves into the controversial teachings of Bethel Church in Redding, California, led by Bill Johnson. Peters showcases a shocking video clip featuring Seth Dahl, a former pastor at Bethel, who claims to have received an apology from Jesus in a vision. Peters condemns these claims as blasphemous,…

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Didach√© – God to Jesse Duplantis: “I Need Your Opinion!”

In the latest episode of Didach√©, Justin Peters critiques Jesse Duplantis’s teachings, particularly his claims of receiving direct divine revelations. Peters highlights a specific instance where Duplantis boasts about God asking for his opinion, which Peters argues is a blatant example of heretical arrogance. Through a detailed analysis, Peters exposes the dangers of such teachings…

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