John warned the saints of his day that “many deceivers have gone out into the world” (2 John 7). These were people who sought to lead others astray. In fact, the word “deceivers” (planoi) can be translated as “corrupters” or “seducers.” They are called “false prophets” in a similar warning (1 John 4:1).
The threat of deceivers was not limited to the first century. There has been a steady stream of them from then until now. They have come in different ways with different teachings. Some have been more noticeable than others. Nevertheless, they must be exposed by those who love the truth.
This book focuses on three deceivers — Ellen G. White, Mary Baker Eddy, and Emanuel Swedenborg. They were prominent religious leaders of the past who continue to have an influence on certain segments of the religious world. Christians need to know about these deceivers!
|Author: Aaron Erhardt|
|Dimensions: 5.4 x 8.4 inches|
|Page Count: 60|