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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.

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[ More ] January 3rd, 2015 | 1 Comment | Posted in Miscellaneous, The Passion Translation |

The Changing of the Apostolic Guard: 13 Names to Watch

I think we are witnessing a time of leadership transition in the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. The first-generation NAR leaders–those who formulated the major teachings of the NAR movement–have begun stepping aside and a new generation of apostles and prophets have risen to take their places.

Naming Names

One of the criticisms I hear most is that it is wrong for me to “name names” of people who promote false teaching unless I first go to those teachers in private to address my concerns with them. But is this what the Bible really teaches?

Apostle Brian Simmons and the ‘Secret Knowledge’ Tactic

I want to highlight another tactic used by Apostle Brian Simmons to get people to buy his new Bible, The Passion Translation. I call this tactic “secret knowledge.”

Apostle Brian Simmons’ Love/Hate Relationship With Scholarship and Academic Degrees

Apostle Brian Simmons seems to have a love/hate relationship with scholarship and academic degrees.

Apostle Brian Simmons: Name Dropping and Name Dodging

I want to highlight another tactic used by apostle Brian Simmons in our exchange over at Amazon.com. I call this tactic “Name Dropping.”

Apostle Brian Simmons–the ‘Purple Haze Tactic’

I want to highlight in this post what I call the “Purple Haze Tactic.”

Apostle Brian Simmons’ Underhanded Ways

The underhanded tactics used by leaders in the New Apostolic Reformation movement–such as those used this week by apostle Brian Simmons–never cease to amaze me.

So, Brian Simmons: Are You An Apostle Or Not?

Apostle Brian Simmons actually responded to a review I wrote of his new translation of the Bible, the Passion Translation. Yet, as you will see, his response shows poor reasoning, shoddy scholarship, and even apparent deception.

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