Robert Begnaud Emphatically Claims; “THEY WANT US DEAD”!

We’ve seen the lies and misrepresentations……..the attempted mind and heart reading…… the blanket condemnations and assumptions…..the horrible hermeneutic and exegetical skills which are nothing more the eisegesis……..his utter dismissal of higher education and his blanket condemnation of those who pursue education whether secular or Christian……….its all in this 23 minute audio INCLUDING Robert Begnaud emphatically stating to his family, friends and anyone with a modem and Internet access that;

“THEY WANT US DEAD”!

http://www.thestraightwaychurch.org/The_Cain_Spirit_VS_The_Wisdom_of_God.mp3

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5 thoughts on “Robert Begnaud Emphatically Claims; “THEY WANT US DEAD”!

  1. Unbelievable! How Robert made the jump from Cain and Abel to “they want us dead” to they have the “spirit of Cain” is a mystery. Perhaps that’s why people go to Bible College or maybe even attend a Sunday School class.

    Cain didn’t give the best of what he had and where in heavens name did he invent the story he told about Abel? Oh I forgot he has God’s wisdom and know things others can’t possibly know.

    Cain killed Abel out of jealousy and I find it hard to believe anyone could ever be jealous of Robert Begnaud and the rest of the select elect better known as the Begnaud family and a few curious bystanders.

  2. Wow, though I am not a big seminary fan, what Begnaud advocates in this audio misses what Paul was doing in Acts 19:9-10

    “But when some were hardened and did not believe, but spoke evil of the Way before the multitude, he departed from them and withdrew the disciples, reasoning daily in the school of Tyrannus. And this continued for two years, so that all who dwelt in Asia heard the word of the Lord Jesus, both Jews and Greeks.”

    I’d say this is a very good example of perhaps the very first Christian seminary. It is also a very good example that first-century Christians DIDN’T just meet in homes. And I seriously doubt the owners of the school were letting these Christians meet for free — for two years. Make no mistake, I disapprove of mega-churches and super-star pastorates, but painting Christianity as a bunch a vagabond house preachers wandering the countryside is equally wrong.

    Mr. Begnaud continues to remind me of the radicals of the Reformation, that wanted to uproot Christianity and replace it with some sort of willy-nilly private interpreting individuals who are disconnected from the community of saints.

    P.S. Mike your point about Cain’s offering is important. Gen 4:3-4 shows that Cain merely brought an offering from the “fruit of the ground” whereas Abel brought “firstborn of his flock and of their fat”. The distinction is obvious. The Bible is replete with this theme, where one person brings an offering that really costs them nothing, whereas another person brings the best and most worthy things to offer. God accepted Abel’s offering because it was the best and most worthy whereas as Cains was nothing special. We see this when Jesus points out though the widow only offered two mites, her offering was considered more precious than all the other offerings (Mark 12:41-44). This culminates in the sacrifice of God, wherein He sacrifices the most worthy, His own begotten Son on the behalf of sinners even while they yet did not love Him. How much more precious an example of love can we get than when a man lays his life down for his friends (John 15:13)… but even greater love when a man lays his life down for those “ere we knew him” (Victory in Jesus)

    I would like ANY of Mr. Begnaud’s family members/congregants to email me. I won’t share with Mr. Begnaud that you emailed me or any part of our discussions if you don’t want me to, but I’d like to see how much he is affecting you. I don’t “hate” you nor do I want to “destroy” you, nor “kill” you, nor do I “trust” in my own abilities, so much so that I advocate I would not be saved if God did not do the complete WORK. Lastly, I am not a pastor, nor have I attended seminary. — email: rodericke@sbcglobal.net

    God bless and keep you

    • Hello,

      Seminaries do have their purpose and place in Christianity…….and I would argue that the first “real” seminary was the three years the Apostles spent at Jesus’ feet……..the ULTIMATE seminary education.

      Mike’s point is a good one, and a scriptural one. Had Cain given the firstfruits that God required then both offerings would have been accepted……..to teach otherwise would be adding to the Scripture.

      I listened to every audio that Mr. Begnaud has provided on his site and nearly if not all of these audios have a common theme……..”don’t trust them trust me because I have the Spirit of God and they don’t”………and of course Begnaud eisegetes the Scriptures to make his case………have a listen to this bible study and tell us what you think;

      [audio src="http://www.thestraightwaychurch.org/Scorners.mp3" /]

      Phil

  3. I believe it is a stretch to use Robert Begnaud as an indictment against home fellowships and the Anabaptist movement. Mr. Begnaud’s problem is a problem of ego gone awry .
    In every movement there are extremes. Noted, there were extremes in the Anabaptist movement just like there were extremes in some of the reformers…..especially the ones whose idea of church discipline was to hunt down the Anabaptists and put them in prison or kill them.
    Isolationism and cult like behavior can happen in a church building as well as a home fellowship. Aren’t we isolated every Sunday from other Christians by our own denominational choices ? I know in my small county there are over 40 Southern Baptist Churches. I don’t know what is going on in those churches and they don’t know what going on in the one I attend.
    Whether it is a home fellowship or a structured church everything done and said has to be judged by scripture. We are accountable to God if we fail to do this and the consequences we reap are our fault alone.

    • Hi,

      Deborah said

      Isolationism and cult like behavior can happen in a church building as well as a home fellowship. Aren’t we isolated every Sunday from other Christians by our own denominational choices

      Bingo!

      Deborah said

      Whether it is a home fellowship or a structured church everything done and said has to be judged by scripture. We are accountable to God if we fail to do this and the consequences we reap are our fault alone.

      Bingo!

      Act 17:11 Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.

      God’s Word is the only plumbline we are to use and that’s the only way we are to judge “ministries” such as Robert J. Begnaud………..thanks for the reminder Deborah!

      Phil

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