In this post, I show how the translator of a new NAR Bible, apostle Brian Simmons, attempts to justify his changes to Scripture.
In my last post, I wrote about a new translation of the Bible called “The Passion Translation”–released by New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) apostle Brian Simmons. In this post, I will show you three of the verses Simmons has drastically changed in his new translation to make it look like the Bible promotes NAR teachings.
Beware: An NAR apostle has come out with his own NAR translation of the Bible, called “The Passion Translation.”
It’s always a bit shocking to me that more people haven’t heard of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. It’s huge–not just in the United States, but worldwide.
In this post, I look at one of the International House of Prayer’s (IHOP’s) teachings and show how Mike Bickle attempts to support it through the use of a botched interpretation of Scripture.
During a recent conversation with a news reporter, she asked me for my opinion about the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement and its obsessive focus on Israel. Here is what I told her.
A reporter recently asked me why more traditional evangelicals–including Dallas Willard and Josh McDowell–would take part in an event organized by NAR leaders. This is what I told her.
The other day, I was talking with a friend and he asked me, point-blank, “What is the worst that will happen if someone buys into this NAR stuff?” Good question.
People often ask me, “How can you tell if a church or organization or individual is part of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement?” Here are five clues that might tip you off.