Following my previous article, Revelation TV have made this statement

On Wednesday 10th February, Genesis TV hosted a ‘Live @ Nine’ programme, where the guest ‘named the names’ of international Christian leaders who, in his view, were not walking in biblical truth.

The comments made in the programme have caused concern and confusion for a number of viewers, who have contacted the channel for clarity on the issue, particularly because some of the named ministries, and individuals, have programmes on Genesis TV or Revelation TV.

The leadership of Genesis and Revelation TV wish to respond in the following way:

1. The guest on the programme was not given permission by the leadership to name individuals and ministries during the programme and we regret that he did so. If he had asked the leadership for permission prior to the programme it would have been refused. Therefore, this programme was not repeated and was pulled from our schedules.

2. The Bible is the basis of all that Genesis and Revelation TV does. The TV stations have a written and detailed Statement of Faith, which is modelled on that of the Evangelical Alliance in the UK. However the leadership acknowledge that on many issues the Scriptures are open to different interpretations.

3. The leadership of Genesis and Revelation TV believes in a ‘broad’ church. What do we mean by that? We mean that we welcome on to the TV stations, as guests, individuals who represent many different strands of Christendom, which can cause at times guests to express views contrary to other guests.

4. We believe that the forum for expressing conflicting views is in a debate environment, where guests of opposing views on a given subject, can present their views, argue their points, and then leave viewers to weigh what has been said and make their own minds up.

5. We regret that the views expressed in the ‘Live @ Nine’ programme on the 10th February were not said in a debate setting, where the named individuals, or others of a similar persuasion to the named individuals, could have had an opportunity to respond to what was said.

We believe in the words of the Psalmist who wrote ‘Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity ….. for there the Lord commands the blessings.’ Our desire at Genesis and Revelation TV is for the TV stations to be a platform to encourage unity, and not conflict within the body of Christ, so that together we can move out to proclaim the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to a broken and hurting world.

The leadership

Genesis and Revelation TV

I will let you make up your own mind as to who you think is telling the truth. I know who I believe

Related Posts:

Justin Peters ‘Wrong To Name Names on Revelation TV’

A Call for Discernment – Justin Peters

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 1

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 2

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 3

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 4

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 5

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 6

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part  7

Naming names: Is it biblical? – Part 8 – THE CONCLUSION

The marks of false ‘christian’ teaching and teachers (Interlude) – My reason for doing this

The marks of false ‘christian’ teaching and teachers  – The Conclusion

  1. Miguel says:

    Try sad when that ministry says everything they do is biblically based when they have false teachers, false prophets and heretics on their network, we’re not called to unity first, but to truth, Jesus confronted error and so did the apostles, that is the standard by which I want to live my life by as a Believer and Follower of Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior!

  2. Paula says:

    They cannot make you pull it, it is covered under fair use. Consult with Chris Rosebrough, there should be no reason why you can’t publish it for educational purposes. Especially if you include your own commentary on it. They’re just whining.

  3. Paula says:

    I still think SOMEONE has got to post that bit from his show online. They cannot hide from this forever. Why should ‘christians’ be afraid of the truth?

  4. oludascribe says:

    “Broad Christianity!!!!”

    I think pragmatism has become too rampant in “Christianity”. Between the Emergent “let’s not rock the boat” Church, and the Pros-CHI CHING-perity movement i am sometimes hesitant to identify myself as a Christian. I try to find a word to describe myself as a believer no part of the greed or social gospel.

    I’m not against a christian experiencing financial prosperity, BUT i think the prosperity preached from the pulpit 90% of the time is perverted and devoid of authenticity in it’s interpretation.

    Too many people refuse to take a stance when it comes to Biblical Christianity. They confuse identifying wolf in out midst with , pointing fingers at brethren.

    “If they preach a different gospel they preach a different god and they are accursed”

    Like a doctor that is called out for malpractice, preachers should be called out for malpractice. If they preach error, and refuse to take correction, then they are not brethren at all. We have to call out this charismatic chaos.

    Alan Pardon me to place a link here to my blog

    I actually had a long debate with someone about The Emergent Church, you should have heard some of the things he was saying.

    God Help, us because it’s only going to get worse as more “itching ears” chase erroneous teachings.

  5. Gordon says:

    This particular TV channel has a long history of looking both ways ont he Word of Faith issue. They used to make money from showing the Peter Popoff miracle manna infomercials!

    I have a word of faith section in my analysis article which shows how they have previously handled this issue:

  6. Doug Harris says:

    In response to

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