We documented in our books that the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) has penetrated mainstream Christianity. Many people find this hard to believe, claiming they’ve never heard of the NAR. I suspect one big reason this movement has flown under the radar for so long is because people don’t know what to look for.
World Magazine has again recognized my book A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement, co-authored with Biola professor Doug Geivett. Our book is featured in the magazine’s latest issue, along with three other titles, in “Books of Popular Theology.” Here’s an excerpt from the article: Is God actually sending hundreds of […]
Following Christianity Today’s recent cover story on Bethel Church in Redding, California, I’ve been contacted by people wondering about Bill Johnson’s statements made in that article distancing himself from the New Apostolic Reformation.
I received a question from a reader who has been troubled by a popular NAR teaching. I share her question here, along with my reply, because I know other readers may be struggling with the same question.
My co-author and I have been pleased at the media attention for our recent books on the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). Radio interviews, podcasts, and reviews from high-profile outlets like World Magazine and Challies.com have put the NAR on the radar of more people who have never heard of this aggressive movement that has taken over many churches.
I was disturbed this week by Kris Vallotton’s article titled “5 Tests of a True Prophet.” I was even more disturbed to see that his article was published by Charisma Magazine.
I had fun being interviewed by the guys at Urban Theologian Radio in Phoenix, Arizona–a show where serious talk about theology and apologetics meets hip hop and pop culture.
The Good Book Blog, published by Talbot School of Theology, featured an important interview with my co-author Doug Geivett about our new books.
I was delighted to learn, today, that WORLD Magazine named ‘God’s Super-Apostles’ one of four ‘notable’ books on Christianity in its May 2 print edition.