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‘Eat the meat and spit out the bones’: A proper response to NAR teaching?

"Eat the meat and spit out the bones" is a common refrain in NAR.

NAR and the turning tide

It’s been encouraging to see a growing number of Christian organizations and church leaders recently speak out against NAR teachings and practices.

Downplaying the Devil in NAR

The idea that Christians should stop worrying about being deceived — and enthusiastically embrace all manifestations of the miraculous — is common in the New Apostolic Reformation.

What are the dangers of ‘Treasure-Hunting’ evangelism?

Despite its popularity, the practice of Treasure Hunting is one that ought to be avoided by Christians because of its many inherent problems and dangers.

Important facts about The Passion Translation

I put together a fact sheet on The Passion Translation, showing — quickly and concisely — what this “translation” claims to be and why people need to beware of its growing use by churches.

A reply to Michael Brown’s ‘Appeal for Holly Pivec and Prof. Doug Geivett to Separate Yourselves From the Hyper-Critics’

Last week, Michael Brown wrote an open letter to myself and my co-author Doug Geivett, urging us to separate ourselves from “hyper-critics” of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and inviting us to join him, on air, for more discussions about NAR.

The Christian Post prints my response to Michael Brown’s ‘NAR Straw Man’

Today the Christian Post printed my response to Michael Brown’s claims that the New Apostolic Reformation is a myth and a conspiracy theory.

The New Apostolic Reformation: Movement or Myth?: With Doug Geivett, Holly Pivec, and Michael Brown

I was excited to be part of this important discussion with my co-author, Doug Geivett, and Michael Brown.

My response to Michael Brown’s claim that NAR doesn’t exist

During a recent podcast interview, Alisa Childers asked for my response to Michael Brown’s claims that the New Apostolic Reformation doesn’t exist.

Why Bill Johnson says the Bible is not enough

One of the core beliefs at Bethel Church in Redding, California, is the need for new revelation from God, which is in contrast to the so-called old revelation of the Bible as it has been understood for the past 2,000 years.

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