Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Unbelieving Infidel One other infidel was Dietrich Bonhoeffer (04 February, 1906‚Äď09 April, 1945), who believed a secular humanistic social gospel of liberationism and human rights activism. As we know, Dietrich Bonhoeffer lived during the tyranny of Nazi Germany. We know that the social gospel is a false gospel because Jesus did not "liberate" Israel from the tyranny of the Roman Empire as the Jewish zealots had hoped. Also, when the people of Israel rebelled, they were put under the tyranny of the Babylonian Kingdom. Any gospel that promotes universal human rights is a false social gospel of humanistic "liberty." We must resist the temptation to join forces with unbelieving "freedom fighters" and their social gospel lest we be unequally yoked with these "liberty"-minded unbelieving infidels. The social gospel of human "liberation" is spiritual infidelity, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, like Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine, was an unbelieving infidel.
Anonymous Name (4/27/2020)
Kingdom Gospel vs. Social Gospel This sermon shows that the social gospel is a false gospel of human rights activism which damns souls to Hell and The Lake of Fire. The True Biblical Gospel of Eternal Salvation is The Kingdom Gospel. Also worth noting Matthew 4:23 and Matthew 24:14. It should also be noted that the social gospel is the gospel of America. The social gospel is rebellion against The Lord and His Kingdom.
Rita Beckett (11/22/2008)
from New Jersey
Great Sermon! Many good points brought out in this discussion. We have to be careful where our priorities lie. How easy it is to get caught up in "good works" and forget our "first love" JESUS CHRIST. Watch and pray...
P & L (11/21/2008)
Great Sermon! THANK YOU LARRY AND MARK! We find it so sad when you try to share the true gospel and of all people, a 'pastor' tries to make you feel like you are in a cult and ignorant. We pray the 'pastor' will see the light that only our Lord and Saviour can show him. Thanks again for telling the difference between the true and false.