I’m not going to waste much time on these two books, as they were pretty bad and going into too much detail is not even worth the headache I would get trying. Both books are full of theological error, heresy, and bad logic. Crowder boldly touts the Pelagian heresy which denies original sin and man’s sinful nature.
In Mystical Union, Crowder uses 48 different Bible translations, which his uses to support his bad logic. He’ll make a statement, then quote one of the 48 Bibles that says the same thing he just said as support for his claim. That’s not biblical support!
Seven Spirits Burning is even worse as Crowder makes some pretty off the wall comments, especially concerning numbers and symbology in Revelation. He makes statements that he considers fact without regard to the Christian tradition…and worse, he doesn’t cite these “facts”. When I have to dig around research something, there’s a usually a problem.
What Crowder preaches is not the Gospel. This man is dangerous and Christians should avoid these books at all costs.
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