'Christians' Promoting False Doctrines

Are these Christian symbols or Satanic meaning the UnHoly Spirit of Satan? The Charismatic Movement is led by Jesuits to infiltrate Protestant Churches to bring them under the False Prophet's Universal World Religion. I was told I should not criticize a fellow Christian. 
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Jeremy Auldaney on Facebook: Chuck Smith would say. When you find the church is teaching false doctrines just pray, or leave the church. But never tell anyone. This is a contradiction of what Jesus did and is against what the Bible teaches. We are to try and warn the people. Many ministers are working for the New World Order pretending to be Christians. Chuck believes all "Christians" should join together in fellowship like other agents of the False Prophet. Join with Mormons, Catholics, Judaism, Islam, etc. These religions are Satanic and will become the One World Religion under a Jesuit Pope THE False Prophet. 

I have become aware of Demonic teaching at several Calvary Chapels I have attended. Sorry Chuck but I believe in exposing false doctrine! Read this: 

California Church Disaffiliates With Calvary Chapel Over Heretical teaching.
://standupforthetruth.com/.../california-church......
Jul 9, 2014 - "It's not necessarily fair to judge the fruits of another based on “guilt by association.” But guilt by affiliation? Yes! We as Christians are to hold one ... It’s not necessarily fair to judge the fruits of another based on “guilt by association.” But guilt by affiliation? Yes! We as Christians are to hold one another to a high standard – and whom we hold hands with, partner with and lift up to our flock as praiseworthy folks to follow – that matters. So it comes as no surprise that a Calvary Chapel church would have alarm bells over the likes of Rick Warren (Jeremy: Proven Satanic Agent), Carl Lentz, The Shack author William P. Young and Catholic mystic Brother Lawrence." 

Also see: A True Church - Chuck Smith & Calvary Chapel
www.atruechurch.info/smith1.html
This man, Chuck Smith, and his church, Calvary Chapel, has had a broad influence upon the Christian world, but his teaching is poison. I. False Teaching

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