Apologist Greg Koukl will interview my co-author, Doug Geivett, about our two books on the New Apostolic Reformation on his program, Stand to Reason, today at 4 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
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.
Check out an excellent review of our two books on the New Apostolic Reformation, “God’s Super-Apostles” and “A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement.” The review, written by George Paul Wood, was featured in the January edition of the Assemblies of God Ministers Letter, which is sent to 36,000 credentialed ministers of the Assemblies of God denomination.
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.
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.