Why do you criticize preachers
and others by name?
We do this because the Bible tells us to do it and to make sure that we protect God’s children from them. Do you trust the names of Hymenaeus, Philetus, or Alexander the coppersmith? Of course not, because Paul told you they were dangerous heretics (I Tim 1:20; II Tim 2:17; 4:14). What did Demas do that was so disgraceful (II Tim 4:10). You should know, because Paul told you. Do you know why Diotrophes was a problem in the early churches? John told you this proud and malicious man was a danger. It is only today’s modern effeminate society that does not grasp why names should be named.