Buice, a conservative who founded G3 Ministries, blogged about the incident, pinpointing specific reasons he considers Meyer a “false teacher,” or “heretic.” These include the fact that she’s female, “thereby exercising authority over men as she postures herself as a preacher.” Buice also says Meyer teaches that “Jesus stopped being the Son and became sin,” that “Jesus went to hell and was tormented,” and that “Jesus was born again.”
The falsehoods have been “a consistent pattern and the foundation of [Meyer’s] ministry for years,” Buice adds. He questions the “lack of discernment” Tomlin showed by using his “platform” to promote Meyer. “If Chris Tomlin had a desire to protect God’s people,” writes Buice, “he would have chosen to decline an invitation to celebrate her ministry when Meyer invited him into her circle.”
ChurchLeaders has reached out to Joyce Meyer, Chris Tomlin and Christine Caine for comment and will update this article in the event of a reply.