According to the Bible false teachers are those who think that godliness is a means to financial gain (Timothy 6:4,5).
The Bible says that those who teach will be judged more strictly (James 3:1). It doesn't say we should judge them more strictly, it says they will be judged. When will it happen? Not now, but at the end of time.
So, How will we keep BibleLines free of false Bible teachers? Here's our answer: We will not. The reason why we don't do that is not because we don't want to, but because we aren't supposed to. Our mission is to help God's servants disciple people and nations more efficiently through today's technology.
There are approximately 45,000 denominations in the world and we believe that all of them contain both wheat and weeds. Who can judge and say "We are true, and others are false"? If you judge, Romans 14:4 says to you: "Who are you to judge someone's servant?"
So, BibleLines is a non-denominational platform and we are open to working with all Bible teachers regardless of nation or denomination without judging who is right and who is wrong. Moreover, we do not have a Statement of Faith outside of the 31,102 verses of the Holy Bible. We are open to partnering with all who preach the pure Bible without adding anything to it (such as Mormons) or taking anything away from it (such as Jehovah's Witnesses).
Finally: the important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is preached (Philippians 1:18 NIV).