Watch: Andy Stanley – Obvious False Teacher

 

The Evangelical Dark Web exposes Andy Stanley’s heretical worldview. Andy Stanley is a pastor at one of America’s largest megachurches 5th according to Wikipedia, #1 according to Outreach. His influence on the evangelical church is perhaps second to none. As a result many, Christians and churches are influenced by his teachings. This video is intended to be a concise way to show fellow believers that Andy Stanley is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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    • For the sake of brevity there’s are unused footage from those same sermons. Like how he rants against the Ten Commandments on courthouses and stuff.

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