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Looking Beyond a Church’s ‘Statement of Faith’

Do you want to know if a church or organization is part of the New Apostolic Reformation?

Washington State Churches and Organizations That Promote the NAR

I’ve been compiling a list of churches, organizations, and individuals in Washington that promote NAR teachings, practices, and/or leaders. I thought this list might be helpful for some of my readers who live in Washington or have friends who do.

Two NAR Organizations to Watch

Anyone who has concerns about the New Apostolic Reformation should keep an eye on two organizations.

NAR prophet Chuck Pierce gives ‘mantle’ to Mormon Glenn Beck

On Sunday, Chuck Pierce–an influential prophet in the New Apostolic Reformation–presented a “new mantle for the future” to television- and radio host Glenn Beck, a Mormon.

Reader Mail: The Passion Translation and Philippians 1:1-2

I received an interesting question about the Passion Translation–a new NAR translation of the Bible.

Review of ‘God’s Super-Apostles’ in Thai

My co-author, Doug Geivett, wrote a post about Tim Challies’ review of our book being translated into Thai.

12 resurrections? Show me the evidence

I’ve written before about the Dead Raising Team–a NAR organization, led by Tyler Johnson, that trains people to go to funeral homes, morgues, and family homes where bodies are being kept and raise the dead by offering “prayers of resurrection.” The teams claim to have seen 12 resurrections to date, as a result of their prayers.

Prayer and pork barreling

Last Saturday, thousands of Christians gathered at a stadium in Baton Rouge for a prayer and fasting rally, called “The Response: Louisiana.” The event was led by Gov. Bobby Jindal, who appears to have presidential ambitions.

What’s On Your Bookshelf?

Are there any NAR books on your shelf? Here’s a list of some books, written by NAR leaders, that are found on the shelves of unsuspecting Christians.

The Apostle Generals

When you see someone in the NAR movement referred to as a “general” that is another way of calling them an apostle–for those in the know.

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