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Top 5 Posts of 2014

January 3rd, 2015 | 1 Comment | Posted in Miscellaneous, The Passion Translation

2014Following is a list of Spirit of Error’s five most popular posts in 2014.

I wasn’t surprised to see that, topping the list, is the first article in a series I wrote about the Passion Translation–a new “translation” of the Bible produced by NAR apostle Brian Simmons. Christians are rightly startled to learn of this disturbing development in the NAR. I’m disappointed that, as of today, the Passion Translation appears to be selling very well, according to Amazon’s rankings. I would have hoped that more people would be too discerning to believe the pretense that this is a trustworthy translation, or any kind of translation of the Bible.

Click the links below to read that article or any others you missed.

The Top 5

A New NAR Bible (Part 1) — ‘The Passion Translation’

NAR Prophet Bob Jones Dies

The Changing of the Apostolic Guard: 13 Names to Watch

Francis Chan Speaks at OneThing Conference

Emergency Alert from the Prophet Cindy Jacobs

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  1. Dianne Fr ancis Says:

    Today my Pastor read out of his passion bible.   I’m concerned because vital words have been changed. The word heart in 2 Corinthians was changed to imagination.     I’m a seer but the power is of God. I have noticed in the past when the Holy Spirit has shown me something it will be when I have had compassion (heartfelt feeling) for a person and even then I think to myself what was that and sometimes if I am a bit shy to speak it out the vision will appear three times and I know I have to share.

    I do not believe we should be imagining or trying to visualise.  This is clairvoiance and should not be encouraged.

    I only want the Holy Spirit not something conjured up by imagination or a different kind of spirit.

    To me it is like a translation from a clairvoyant.

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