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KBBB against false Biblical teachings
Published on 14 Sep. 2010 1:02 AM IST
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Konyak Baptist Bumeinok Bangjum (KBBB) has reaffirmed its stand against the false teachings of the Bible, being spread by one N. Yahoi , who was declared a ‘heretic’ by the KBBB in 2005.
Making this statement, KBBB executive secretary, Chemyuh clarified that the intention of the KBBB was neither to debate nor provoke anyone but to make aware of the false teachers who were actually wolves in sheep’s clothing, to lure the Church members and disturb social harmony.
KBBB revealed it was aware that Yahoi was a “frustrated person” who was once used by her local church, (Wangti Baptist Church) for a couple of years as free missionary but that when the WBC discovered that Yahoi was drifting away from Christian doctrine and church practises, the local Church revoked her commission as free missionary on November 20, 2003.
KBBB therefore asserted it did not have any hand on her commission as claimed in the September 9 issue of Nagaland Post,but added that it had only restricted Yahoi from preaching from the church pulpit until and unless she realized her heretical teachings and confused spirit.
Nonetheless, said KBBB, Yahoi moved around without the consent of the Church and propagated false teachings and created confusion through “unauthentic teachings mixed up with false spiritualism, narrow nationalism, hypocritic prayer centres and practises of anti-social elements.”
KBBB said the Church association and the Konyak Theological Association have been trying to correct her in many ways and occasions to bring her into Church.However, it said Yahoi continued to lure the simple Church members into her fold with false promises and caused division in few Churches and communities. Basing on all facts of her “unethical spiritual life and practices” the KBBB said it had declared Yahoi a heretic during its annual council in 2005. KBBB affirmed that the Church would continue to defend the tenets of the faith and correct the false teachings. “Konyak Churches do not believe in fighting and violence against any person or community physically but we stand against the spirit that causes division, hatred and confusion of faith. We still keep the door of the church open for simple people who had been mis-guided from the true Gospel of Christ and His Church,” KBBB said.
It also clarified that there was no “Denomination conflict” in Mon district as reported in one local daily (not Nagaland Post) on September 9. KBBB said false teachers did not belong to any recognized denomination/religion but that they were wolves among the sheep and trouble makers of the Church and society. It called for all concerned to be on guard against such people and their teachings in the society.
KBBB also said that the Church was not interested in arguing with the hypocrites who were beating below the belt of Church standard and Christian doctrines. KBBB said it was not surprised to witness heresy coming out of its members since it happened in almost all ages of Church history which the Bible forewarned believers to be on guard against such false teachings and hyprocrites. “But the Church as the Body of Christ stands forever and corrected the false teachings with the truth of the Bible,” it said. KBBB urged upon the people to stand firm in their faith and pray for those people who were being drifted away by the deceiving spirit.

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