Sid Roth’s show is a crazy train going full speed ahead to Crazyville. The show’s introduction sounds like something you’d hear on a paranormal research show. Listen to the introduction below.
The strange world of the supernatural? Is this a psychic research show, or maybe a ghost hunting show? The introduction doesn’t even sound distinctly Christian. Yet you see the camera panning right to Dr. Michael Brown as the voice over talks of the strange world of the supernatural. Why is Dr. Michael Brown giving any credibility to Sid Roth’s show?
Remember when Jeff Jansen was a guest and told about the angel who gave him a 50 carat ruby from heaven?
This isn’t a simple matter of a silly thing to laugh at. Roth and those like him direct our attention away from the simplicity of the gospel. Instead, they focus on soul destroying things like 50 carat rubies supposedly given to people by angels.
Dr. Michael Brown has a bad habit of giving his credibility to the craziness. Remember when Jennifer LeClaire came out with her Sneaky Squid Spirit, and Brown went out of his way to attempt fitting it into the realm of acceptable orthodoxy?
Once again he hands his credibility to the crazy by hosting the show and interviewing failed shemitah and blood moon “specialist” Jonathan Cahn. Dr. Brown at this point is addicted to injecting his perceived credibility into the crazy wing of the charismatic movement. And ALL of these false teachers are making giant piles of money off of the gullible.
Dr. Brown needs an intervention ASAP.
Here's a related video about Jonathan Cahn's false teaching:
“Let no one keep defrauding you of your prize by delighting in self-abasement and the worship of the angels, taking his stand on visions he has seen, inflated without cause by his fleshly mind, and not holding fast to the head, from whom the entire body, being supplied and held together by the joints and ligaments, grows with a growth which is from God.”
— Colossians 2: 18-19
“If anyone advocates a different doctrine and does not agree with sound words, those of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with the doctrine conforming to godliness, he is conceited and understands nothing; but he has a morbid interest in controversial questions and disputes about words, out of which arise envy, strife, abusive language, evil suspicions, and constant friction between men of depraved mind and deprived of the truth, who suppose that godliness is a means of gain.”
— 1 Timothy 6: 3-5
“And yet some people actually imagine that the revelation in God’s Word is not enough to meet our needs. They think that God from time to time carries on an actual conversation with them, chatting with them, satisfying their doubts, testifying to His love for them, promising them support and blessings. As a result, their emotions soar; they are full of bubbling joy that is mixed with self-confidence and a high opinion of themselves. The foundation for these feelings, however, does not lie within the Bible itself, but instead rests on the sudden creations of their imaginations. These people are clearly deluded. God’s Word is for all of us and each of us; He does not need to give particular messages to particular people.”
— Jonathan Edwards