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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.

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 royal error: Brian Simmons’ knavish translation of Psalm 91

Last week one of my readers sent me a message and a question I want to share with you. They’re about Brian Simmons’ Passion Translation.

Are you easy prey for false prophets? (redux)

The Bible is clear: false prophets are wolves that devour unsuspecting sheep.

Watch my new interview on the Unknown Webcast

On Tuesday I was interviewed about the New Apostolic Reformation on the Unknown Webcast. This is my second interview on this webcast, which is produced by Midwest Christian Outreach.

That’s scary, Part 2: The spookier reason for the Passion Translation New Testament’s Oct. 31 release date

Last week I wrote a post noting that the book publisher BroadStreet chose Oct. 31 — Halloween Day — to release the controversial Passion Translation’s complete New Testament. Then one of my readers sent me a link to this article showing that the people behind the Passion Translation are reading an even spookier significance into the Oct. 31 release date.

That’s scary: Passion Translation plans Oct. 31 release for full New Testament

BroadSteet Publishing has announced an Oct. 31 release date — Halloween Day — for the full release of the controversial Passion Translation.

Prophet James Goll’s ‘revealing’ interpretation of Luke 7:44

The New Apostolic Reformation prophet James Goll gave a teaching about Luke 7:44 that was very revealing — but not in the way he intended.

Reader Mail: How 2 Cor. 12:7-10 contradicts Bill Johnson

I wanted to share a reader comment here because I think the commenter raises a strong argument against Bill Johnson’s teaching that God never uses sickness or disease to teach his children a lesson.

God’s indeed a good Father–how NAR leaders have twisted a biblical truth

Christians would agree: God is good. But not every Christian would agree with what that means exactly. For instance, could God, as a good father, ever use a sickness, disease, or other type of suffering to teach his children a lesson?

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