Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB) Deception

Exposing the Dangerous Teachings of the Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB) Denomination

The mighty IFB has spoken… It looks like I’m wasting my time.

As I’ve said before, I get many emails from IFBers who want to verbally attack me for this website. I’ve grown accustom to them so I mostly just ignore them. I got one a few days ago though and thought I’d have a little fun. If you have ideas for other means please post them in the comments section below and I will create them. I hope you enjoy.


Subject: Wasted Time

Message Body:
I stumbled across this site and you are wasting your time. The last thing Jesus said before he left was to evangelize the world and reach the lost. Your efforts at straightening people out is a tragic waste of your time and life. Take some gospel tracts and go door to door in your neighborhood and reach lost souls – anything else is wood, hay, and stubble.

Updated: October 23, 2017 — 1:24 pm


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  1. Well, the irony of the Independent Fundamental Baptist’s comments should be quite embarrassing to those who identify under such a label. Perhaps we should invent a doctrinal system called “N.I.V. onlyism?”

  2. I’m thankful for this site. I’m dating a man (catholic) who has been approached by a baptist minister……a very likable one. I’m not 100% sure if it’s IFB, but the first thing he has my friend convinced of is the KJV is the only bible that is the closest to the original version of God’s word. I’m dumbfounded as to why any minister in any faith would make that statement a truth. No man, other then those that wrote the exact words of Jesus, which in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, are not even exactly the same. The Holy Spirit worked through them in the way it was meant to get the Word of God to others…….right?
    Steve, keep doing what you are doing to spread truth, whether it be with gospel tracts, internet, prayer cards, bible study(any bible), youth groups, sermons, etc. When lead by the Spirit of God, the truth will always prevail. God bless this ministry!

  3. Hi Steve, thanks for your email which made me laugh; the more I hear about the IFB church, the more I am so glad God rescued us from this deadly cult. One of their most dangerous beliefs is the way they idolise CI SCOFIELD. They put him on a pedestal, and worship him instead of our Saviour Jesus Christ. I recommend that people look at the information of the dangers of CI SCOFIELD. He was an outright heretic, he had no biblical training. He addressed himself with the title Dr. CI SCOFIELD, but nowhere in the records can there be found any proof of his doctorate. He had a wife and children (which he left to fend for themselves). He was an extremely wealthy man with a lot of real estate. He attended the “Lotus Club” where he mixed with presidents and other wealthy people. Despite his wealth, over several years he gave his wife and children $25. He divorced his wife, took up the role of pastor, and remarried two weeks later. He left the KJV for the RV, but realised the KJV was more popular so returned to the KJV. He then did his infamous “CI SCOFIELD NOTES” using the KJV. He was an outright heretic. It is from Scofield that the IFBs got their false doctrines. He also made a fortune from the Scofield notes.
    They do not believe that elders are necessary in a church, which is contradictory to what the Bible commands (another Scofield heresy). The Bible say we should always have elders, plural.
    I could continue and write a book about the heretical IFB movement, but I think I have said enough for now!
    If anyone is thinking of joining the IFB, be warmed, stay away, they can ruin your life and walk with the Lord Jesus Christ.
    I thank God for this website, please take note of the many comments, it may save you from joining this heretical movement.

  4. Thank you for doing this site. My husband and I left an IFB a few years back. It is a bloody cult. Not a popular opinion. KJV only, dispensationalist, Jesus Christ returning to earth three times. Not twice. We must not forget the rapture. False Christ, which leads to a false gospel. We’re humbled, and thankful God has called us out of the pseudo-religious system.

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