Is Doubt The Same As Unbelief? Pastor Steven Furtick Boasts Says Nobody Fully Believes!


Steven Furtick recently preached a message to his congregation, stating that he had doubts in the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. Furthermore, he claimed that no one in the congregation fully believed these things. You can watch the video, with commentary and explanation provided below. When discussing the “Sinner’s Prayer” given at the end of the service, Furtick instructed the campus pastor not to make people say that they fully believe the words they were repeating.

As a bible reader I have a problem with his statement and action on this. Romans 10:8-10 faith in Jesus is the only way of salvation or you can’t be saved. Mark 16:15-18, Hebrews 11:6, and I could go on. This is walking very dangerously close to the edge.

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  1. I NEVER cared for this fellow. Where's Bishop Earl Carter when you need him?

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  2. This guy proved what I already knew about him, that he is a WOLF in sheep's clothing. I'm convinced that he is one of Satan's minister. For this NUMBSKULL to scold anyone admonishing the central truth of SCRPITURES is utter BLASPHEMY. It's plain TRUTH that one can believe "without" a doubt that he is a sinner. It's plain biblical truth that one can believe without a doubt that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. These are central Truth of the Bible. He should never intertwine this core of truth with man's experiences to doubt. He is a sneaky little devil. Watch as well a pray.

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  3. Hello. I wondered could you have misunderstand his message about doubts

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    1. I agree with almost everything he said.

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    2. No I did not misunderstand. He basically said that one can not believe without a doubt that Jesus is the Son of God and is the Saviour of the world. Do you doubt that He is? If so why?

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  4. I agree Ms. Ann, doubt and unbelief are different.

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  5. “If you believe in God, you sometimes wonder why He allows certain things to happen. But keep in mind that there’s a difference between doubt and unbelief. . . . Unbelief is an act of the will, while doubt is born out of a troubled mind and a broken heart.”
    I think sometimes we confuse doubt and unbelief. Doubt is a matter of the mind. We don’t understand what God is doing or why He is doing it.
    We like to call Thomas, one of the Twelve, “doubting Thomas” because he didn’t believe the other disciples when they told him Christ appeared to them in the Upper Room. He effectively said, “I’ll believe it when I see it. If I can put my hand in the wound in His side and touch the wounds in His hands, then I will believe.” Doubt is not the same as unbelief.

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    1. LIKE - "Unbelief is an act of the will, while doubt is born out of a troubled mind and a broken heart.”"

      Way better than that slick little phrase he made "faith is the means to overcome it (doubt)" DISLIKE..DISLIKE...DISLIKE...


      Faith is the SUBSTANCE OF THINGS unseen, the evidence of things HOPED for.

      "But Jesus turned him about, and when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole. And the woman was made whole from that hour."

      "Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you."

      "And his name through faith in his name hath made this man strong, whom ye see and know: yea, the faith which is by him hath given him this perfect soundness in the presence of you all."

      "And the saying pleased the whole multitude: and they chose Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Ghost," - A MAN FULL OF FAITH!

      And so were the churches established in the faith, and increased in number daily. - ESTABLISHED IN THE FAITH!

      "For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith."- FROM FAITH TO FAITH

      "For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus."

      And ON and ON and ON...

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  6. Doubt and unbelief are indeed different. Wouldn't build a whole message based on doubt and the degrees of it. Unless he balanced it by illustrating the power of Christ, then message is potentially dangerous because too much doubt can lead to unbelief.
    Furtick can't preach flat footed truth, 10,000 people won't come to the same place week after week to hear that. Not every "mega" church is bad, but to get that type of (large 8,000 or above) attendance, you have to lighten up the gospel to make it palatable to those who want to do what they want to do and still claim Christ.

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    1. LIKE... LIKE... LIKE...

      "Wouldn't build a whole message based on doubt and the degrees of it. Unless he balanced it by illustrating the power of Christ, then message is potentially dangerous because too much doubt can lead to unbelief."

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  7. I had to turn this video off. The Bible says be not many teachers. Many of those who are in the position of teaching needs to be taught. Cleary thi preacher needs to be taught the fundalmental truths of Scripture.

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