Heretics deny the Lord Jesus Christ who bought them with His blood (2 Peter 2:1; 2 John 1:7). They may have a semblance to believing in the Lord, but are totally different from evangelical Christians because they do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as the Savior. They say they believe in God and have the same organization as Christian churches, so that Christians may fall into their temptations. Heretical sects are eventually found to have wrong or false doctrines that have nothing to with salvation. Those heretical doctrines are fundamentally different from the gospel of Jesus Christ, and anyone who spreads and accepts the false gospel is to be accursed and led to destruction (Galatians 1:8).