When did ANY of the Patriarchs and Prophets in
the Old Testament and the apostles or Jesus
Christ in the New Testament ever claim that the
'supreme beings' of the nations were
Elohim/YHWH, the one True God? And yet, this
very thing is being taught by popular figures
within the Christian church today.
QUESTIONS or the World Christian Gathering of
Indigenous People (WCGIP) adherents
Abraham claim that the God who called him from
Haran was the same as the god Baal of the
2. Did Joseph, upon being
taken to Egypt, tell the Pharaoh they had
always been worshipping the true God by the
name of Amen (Amon)?
3. Did Moses, after
going up to the mountain of God, come down and
tell Israel their worship of the Golden Calf
was good because it was the same as the worship
4. Did Joshua, in conquering the
nations in Canaan, claim that Baal was the True
5. Did Elijah test the prophets of
Baal on Mt. Carmel just for a good laugh
because Baal was really the True God?
Did Jonah tell the people of Nineveh to repent
to their god el, who was not Elohim but the
consort of Athirat?
7. Did David tell the
Philistines to continue to worship the god
Dagon because he was the same as YHWH?
Did Daniel tell king Nebuchadnezzar to continue
the worship of Marduk as the One True God?
9. Did Ezra and Nehemiah ask the Persians if
they could rebuild the Temple as a tribute to
the Persian god Ahura Mazda?
10. Did Paul
use a clever missiological technique by telling
the Greeks that God is Zeus, or the Romans that
He is Jupiter or the Ephesians that He is
embodied in Artemis?
The obvious answer to the questions above, both
from the Bible and historical records, is a
resounding 'NO'. There is only one Name
(Jesus Christ) under heaven by which men may be
Neither is there salvation in any other: for
there is none other name under heaven given
among men, whereby we must be saved. (Acts
And yet present-day false teachers claim a
person can be saved by general revelation of
'God' without the revelation of Jesus Christ.
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the
truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the
Father, but by me. (John 14:6)
Do not be
deceived by this False Teaching tactic!
This type of teaching constitutes a grand
delusion in the last-days apostasy and a new
radical Replacement Theology where the one True
God of the Bible is replaced with 'supreme
beings' from all cultures and Israel is
replaced by all the nations. This heresy has
even helped Bible translation societies to put
the names of the false gods of the nations into
the Bible! That's how dangerous such teaching
is. It undermines the very Gospel of Jesus
Christ itself and puts at risk the eternity of
millions of souls.