Steven Furtick recently released his new book, "(Un)Qualified". Given the context around his book, I don't think he quite understands what describing himself as unqualified means (That he shouldn't be holding the pastoral office). This new book has to bring in the question: Is this sloppy wording, or is this an unintentional mention of guilt?
Based off of these points, I can't see any other conclusion than that Furtick truly is unqualified, and that disqualification is because he does not teach sound doctrine. Steven Furtick teaches for shameful gain the things he ought to not teach. His ministry is to be avoided, not endorsed.
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Brandon C. Hines is a young writer from somewhere in northern Alabama who writes about Theology, Polemics, and Apologetics. His beliefs are best summarized by the 1689 London Baptist Confession.
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