Q. I have read very sound teaching and very sound answers given on your site. I do not say this to flatter you and I’m sure you are not, but thanks are in order as I read your weekly articles. I see in 2 Cor. 6 commands to not associate ourselves with non believers and in 2 Peter 2 strong words about false teachers. I have read some of your answers to people’s questions and it seems to me that some of the people seeking answers from you are actually being taught by false teachers.
So, why do you not address the problem of teachers, bad at the least and false at the worst, when you respond to these questions? I do believe we should come out of the assemblies, (churches), where there are false teachers at the pastor or head elder position. Would not the church be stronger and God be glorified?
A. My basic philosophy for the site is to state what I believe is right rather than point out where I think others are wrong. I think the best way to expose something false is to allow people to compare it with something that’s true. I do make exceptions from time to time, but usually in article format rather than in answering questions which by their nature have to be brief.