Sometimes adversaries are clever; one has to do his homework before he can find evidence of wrongdoing. On the other hand, there's Joel Osteen. It appears that no one need do any digging at all; in fact, all that needs to happen for there to be empirical evidence that Osteen has no clue what the gospel is, is for him to open his mouth.
I'm not looking for a fight here, but there's a serious problem when the pastor of the largest church in America is teaching something other than the gospel. My Sunday School class is going through the book of Galatians right now, and we are just starting chapter 2. We've seen something important in chapter 1, particularly with regard to getting the gospel right.
If you look at the combination of Paul's writings and information found in the gospels, it is easy to conclude that we are much better off preaching the right gospel with the wrong motives than we are preaching the wrong gospel with the right motives. On the one hand, when the gospel is preached by those seeking gain, the apostles praised God, saying, "The gospel is preached!" On the other, the purveyors of the wrong gospel are clearly in danger of condemnation to hell.
Here's more, if you need it: Al Mohler's Blog
Barack Obama is not nearly the threat to the church in this country as is Joel Osteen.