News organizations–including the Christian Post, Charisma News, and the International Business Times–reported that a prophecy about the Philippines given by prophet Cindy Jacobs has gone viral since Typhoon Haiyan–with commenters debating whether Jacobs’ prophecy was fulfilled by the devastating typhoon.
Recently, I wrote a two-part series of posts examining a new film called Deadraiser. The film’s premise is that Jesus commissioned all Christians to heal the sick and raise the dead. So, if you are a Christian, then should be performing these miracles as a part of your normal Christian walk, according to the filmmakers. […]
In my last post, I examined a new documentary film, called Deadraiser, that profiles a team of men who travel around the world and seek to raise people from the dead. In this post, I want to share two personal reactions I had while watching the film.
New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) filmmakers have released a new feature-length documentary promoting NAR teachings. “Deadraiser” profiles a group of people who travel to hospitals, accident scenes, and morgues around the world with the goal of bringing dead people back to life.
One of my recent posts was inundated with comments from defenders of New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) apostles. Apparently, these fired-up people came over to my site from a link posted on Facebook. The comment that set off the storm was written by someone who identifies himself as Brian Peat and claims he works full time with apostle […]
What disturbs me about this documentary is that it appears its creators have lumped together all U.S. evangelicals with the New Apostolic Reformation movement.
Last week, Rick Joyner of Morningstar Ministries–an influential U.S. leader in the New Apostolic Reformation movement–said America is destined for tyranny and its only hope is for the military to take over the government and restore the nation to its religious foundations.