I was going to start this thread from a different perspective. Maybe that will emerge anyway. But I figure it's easier to just address the errors alone. My question is: What errors do you hear very commonly preached from the pulpit? Here's one I hear very frequently (not from every pulpit, but enough such that I wonder why it's so common). During communion (Lord's supper, whatever you want to call it), I frequenly hear preachers read from 1 Corinthians 11, and then say something like, "Examine yourselves. If you have any unconfessed sin, you shouldn't partake of the Lord's supper." Here are the problems with that: 1. When Paul tells people to examine themselves it has nothing whatsoever to do with unconfessed sin. It is referring to their behavior and attitude toward the Lord's supper. Some were getting drunk, others were eating without waiting, allowing others to go hungry, etc. They were showing ignorance and disrespect for the purpose and meaning of the Lord's supper, and disrespect for one another (a lack of love for one another). 2. I challenge anyone to claim with total honesty that they have no unconfessed sin in their lives. I'm not talking about something you did in 3rd grade. I'm talking about any sin whatsoever. I think if people really want to misinterpret the scripture as meaning you shouldn't take the Lord's supper if you have any unconfessed sin, then nobody would qualify. Any idea where this error originated? It's in the commentary in the Ryrie Bible, but I can't imagine everyone got it from the Ryrie Bible. What errors do you often hear?