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There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the term “False doctrine” if you google or type in the word on any search engine all kinds of theories and conspiracies (most of which are usually associated with vicious personal attacks on American mega -church Pastors, Popular Tele-evangelists or contemporary rich preachers) will come up. But what really makes one a false teacher? Does owning a private jet or leading a large congregation necessarily make one a perpetrator of false doctrines? The Gospels affirm that not even Jesus was immune to criticisms, controversy or negativity and on numerous occasions, during his earthly ministry the founder of Christianity himself too was often accused by his opponents of immoral acts such as blasphemy, gluttony, drunkenness etc.Is there a way(s) in scripture in which false teachers can be identified without any prejudice, suspicions or personal convictions? How was the first-century Christian church able to tell the difference between the actual heretics, their heresies from the real deed? What does false teaching actually mean in a biblical sense? What are the diverse kinds of false doctrines prevalent today? What should a believer do about false doctrines? Dr. Touch explores these and many other questions in this tendentious survey.