This story would be a fantastic display of "contending for the faith" were it not for the fact that Van Impe already, years ago, bowed down & kissed the ruby-red slippers of the RCC & praises popes & the Catholic "catechism" in practically every program.
If Jack wants to "expose apostacy" by naming names of heretics such as Rick Warren & Robert Schuller (as he should), he still clings to the pit of utter hypocrisy by continuing to IGNORE the HERESIES of the RCC.
You can't have it both ways, Jack!
As for TBN, could be they have lawyers crawling all over their backs when things like this occur. If so, time to fire them all & grow a Pauline/Christian backbone & quit taking the low road for the sake of "false religions" & heretics (but that'll be the day Hades freezes over! They are in way too deep for way too long, so don't hold your breath on that).
FAITH UNDER FIRE
Van Impe ministry abandons TBN in clash over Islam
Network turned back episode that challenged leaders over 'apostasy'
Posted: June 16, 2011
1:00 am Eastern
By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WND
A Christian ministry's decision to expose as "false teachers" several celebrity ministers it believes are corrupting biblical teachings has prompted a rift, with Jack Van Impe Ministries dropping plans to work in the future with Trinity Broadcasting Network, where it has broadcast for more than two decades.
Full story at WND here: