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Charisma Magazine = NAR?

Flip through the pages of any recent issue of Charisma magazine, and you can't miss them--the NAR apostles and prophets, that is. They're everywhere.

Did Jesus give up His divine powers?

Perhaps you’ve heard a new teaching about Jesus from today’s so-called apostles and prophets. According to this teaching, when Jesus was on earth–though He was fully God–he voluntarily gave up the use of His divine powers…

Gov. Rick Perry and NAR Leaders Team Up for Controversial Rally

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has called for a day of prayer and fasting on behalf of the nation, this Sat., Aug. 6, and plans to host a rally at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. The rally, called The Response, has created a lot of controversy. Read about it here. The liberal media claims it is inappropriate […]

[ More ] August 4th, 2011 | 1 Comment | Posted in Che Ahn, Cindy Jacobs, Lou Engle, Mike Bickle |

Fortune Cookie Prophecies

NAR prophecies are generally so vague, they are rendered meaningless—much like the words of a fortune cookie.

Pray and A.C.T.

Why would mainstream evangelical leaders team up with controversial apostles and prophets?

Holy Cows!

“God owns the cattle on a thousand hills.” The above statement — quoted from Psalm 50:10 — has become a favorite in apostolic-prophetic churches where “prosperity theology” is a key teaching. If God owns the cattle on a thousand hills and everything else besides, then He will certainly give His people anything they desire — […]

[ More ] August 19th, 2010 | 12 Comments | Posted in Kim Clement, Twisted Scriptures |

How to Do God’s Work and Get Filthy Rich

“It’s Your Time for Wealth.”

Those enticing words are featured in an advertisement for the “Transference of Wealth 2010 Conference,” to be held in Oklahoma City, Okla., on Sept. 9-12.

Magic Charms Enchant Apostolic-Prophetic Movement

In 2007, I reported on an alarming trend that continues today — the growing use of magic charms and other occult practices in the apostolic-prophetic movement. Read the article, published by the Christian Research Journal, here.

Naming Names

One of the criticisms I hear most is that it is wrong for me to “name names” of people who are promoting false teaching unless I first go to those teachers in private to address my concerns with them.

[ More ] June 29th, 2010 | 24 Comments | Posted in Miscellaneous |

Unfalsifiable Prophecies

Take a look at the prophecies that are receiving attention today. The vast majority of them are “unfalsifiable.” What do I mean by saying they’re “unfalsifiable”? Look at this prophecy from Erica Greve, of Bethel Church in Redding, California.

[ More ] June 22nd, 2010 | 14 Comments | Posted in Erica Greve |

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