Here are sites specializing on exposing false doctrine and apostasy in the Church:
A thorough, critical and sobering look at contemporary evangelicalism from an anti-cessationist viewpoint is offered by the "Apostasy Now!" website. It contains challenging articles and revealing book reviews. http://www.apostasynow.com/
http://www.christian-witness.org/ Order free theological journal “Contenting Earnestly for the Faith”. Huge database featuring articles on most of the outstanding contemporary wolves in sheep’s clothing, thoroughly analysing their false doctrines and corrupt practices.
Learn about the true Gospel and wrong Gospels, the true Jesus and false Jesusses at http://www.bereanpublishers.co.nz/
Order free tapes about the Lord’s return at http://www.hiscoming.freeserve.co.uk/ and get false notions concerning end-time teachings sorted out by simple, down-to-earth, biblical and edifying sermons
Trouble with free masons established in your church? Find out more about these and other problems by paying a visit to Pastor Ron Riffe’s http://www.cuttingedge.org/. Contains also some interesting sermons with not necessarily always the same views as CRC – but nevertheless much valuable stuff.
Concerning the prosperity gospel which “… takes a few verses out of context and BAM! we have a faith formula….” read more on http://www.reachingforchrist.org/falsedoctrines/wordoffaith.html and
Back to the word, the cross, the root
Beyond Protestantism http://beyondprotest.da.ru/ or
A very helpful site in every respect is the
intercessors' network by Lars Widerberg. Excellent articles on biblical truth
and prayer warfare. Lars Widerberg sends newest prayer information to those
subscribing to the network.
http://apostasy.cephasministry.com/appears to be a clearing-house for 'last days' information, listing (particularly) those web-sites that speak to the final apostasy of Christendom and to certain trends within that apostasy.
A desillusioned Baptist believer, Tim Spiess, is inviting like-minded pilgrims of faith that have left the “CAMP” (Hebr. 13, 13) to become part of a community of believers. Check it out on http://www.john14-6.org/Description.htm