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AG reviews our books

February 3rd, 2015 | 4 Comments | Posted in Assemblies of God, Miscellaneous, My Books

AG letterCheck out an excellent review of our two books on the New Apostolic Reformation, God’s Super-Apostles and A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement. The review, written by George Paul Wood, was featured in the January edition of the Assemblies of God Ministers Letter, “Called to Serve,” which is sent to 36,000 credentialed ministers of the Assemblies of God denomination.

In his review, Wood urges Assemblies of God ministers to read our books, saying, “The New Apostolic Reformation is a hypercharismatic movement that needs greater scrutiny by Pentecostals and charismatics.”

Many thanks to Wood for helping to warn Pentecostal leaders about NAR teachings that have gained a foothold in so many churches.

(The review starts on page 6.)

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4 Responses to “AG reviews our books”

  1. John Says:

    Great that you’ve been reviewed in a charismatic publication that urges balance and testing, hopefully it wil help keep people away from the silliness.

  2. Riles Says:

    Well, technically AOG is pentecostal, but a lot of the West Coast Assemblies are falling hook, line, and sinker for NAR.  Bethel of Redding was AOG until Bill Johnson had the congregation vote to separate in 2006.  Same with City Bible Church in Portland, OR, the parent church of Judah Smith and the City Church of Seattle.  Alaska is infested with NAR.  I know because women from our ex-cult led  “Warrior Bride Awaken” conferences at several AOGs up there.  Renee Duncan, who is the state director of women’s ministries was part of the “teaching team.  Springfield needs to have a stronger hand.

  3. Shield Says:

    isn’t AG a tongue-speaking church? I don’t think they fit to be your reviewer.

  4. suresh abreu Says:

    Holly,  firstly thanks foris blog and “the new apostolic reformation book.  One statement though.   While I may be misreading,  I feel phrases like “restoring the office of the apostle and prophet” tends to suggest that the work of the apostle and prophet has ended.  Personally I do not believe that any gift or work has ended although they have been wittingly else unwittingly suppressed by the error prone church.  That being said no manifestation of a gift today can alter or override the doctrines presented in scripture.  The Church is built on the foundation of the prophets and apostles of old.  The notion of super apostles and prophets who can in fact add to scripture is abhorrent.  That being said my central point is God our Father does not have to restore that which he has not taken away.

    Thanks for fullfilling your call

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