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Why do John Piper and Mark Driscoll endorse the wicked ministry of this dangerous deceiver?
Because they are deceivers themselves so they are partners in Satanic deception.
Our Lobby Group here in Leeds in the U.K., is made up of Christians and Jews who are working to redress the negative and biased press aimed at Israel and the Jewish people. Currently, we are focussing on negativity coming from particular sections and personalities of the Christian Church. The Rev. Stephen Sizer has come under the spotlight for his anti-Semitic, anti-Zionist activities and he is a key player in the organising of the planned conference, 'Christ at the Checkpoint' to be held in Bethlehem next month. One of the members of the Leeds Lobby Network has spent many hours putting together information about the activities of the Rev. Stephen Sizer, which we include with this email, and urge you and Friends of Israel to evaluate. We also ask you and Friends of Israel to write to the Archbishop of Canterbury, (address: Lambeth Palace, London SE1 7JU) if, like us, you feel concerned about the activities of this particular clergyman.
God bless you in your stand for Israel.
Further to my announcement last week regarding the withdrawing of their services from Revelation TV by Jacob Prasch, Bob Mitchell, Brian Gemmell, and Alan Franklin, there have been further developments.
Thanks to our readers regarding the Revelation TV desecration by Howard and Lesley Condor and Gordon Pettie and blessings to those who will no longer financially support Revelation TV due to it's promotion of anti-scriptural apostate lunacy.
We thank our readers for the avalanche of supportive letters we have received supporting our disassociation from Revelation TV due to its propagation of ecumenism with Rome, Seventh Day Adventism, and the hype artistry money preaching of Jesse Duplantis.
Dear Howard, Lesley, Gordon, Lorna, Staff and Presenters at Revelation tv,
I am sending this to everyone as a cover so that each person knows what I have written and it lessens the possibility of being misquoted by anyone.
This is possibly the most difficult e-mail I have ever had to write.
Last week my friend and brother in Christ Jacob Prasch contacted me and asked if Jesse Du Plantis is appearing on Revelation tv.
I did a check on the schedule to see when I was next on and noticed Du Plantis was on a Monday.
So I told Jacob he was correct and that it was now causing me some concern.
In the last few years we have witnessed a trend with an increasing emphasis on this kind of 'ministry' being propagated in what claim to be scripturally based Christ centered churches.
I do not object to married or engaged Christian couples displaying moderate nuances of affection publicly such as holding hands or a quick kiss etc. I am not a stuffed shirt puritanical religious freak and I don't pay much mind to those who are. But discretion imposes parameters and this exceeds prudent limits. This is inappropriate in public, even for married couples, especially in a church service. There is a time and a place for expression of marital romance, but in public or in church is neither the time nor the place. It cheapens the romance by reducing it from something personal and intimate into something approaching exhibitionism. I find it altogether inappropriate and any doctrinal theology used to justify it is bogus and devoid of exegetical support.
by Pastor Jeremy Reese
As a welsh pastor I have consistently had to contend with replacement theology which is widespread through welsh churches.Ã‚Â It is sad that at the time we were having a revival there was a violent pogrom against jews in Merthyr.Ã‚Â Obviously Genesis 12: 3 has not been widely read or studied.
Wrestling with Alligators, Prophets and Theologians: Lessons from a Lifetime in the Church "“ A Memoir is the autobiography of C. Peter Wagner, the head apostle of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)
An analysis, by Jackie Alnor
What strikes the reader is that Wagner's memoirs show an evolution of theology that adapts itself to whatever trends invade the church. What Wagner boasts as being "paradigm shifts" in his spirituality actually demonstrate his lack of any biblical moorings. He tries to convince the reader of his academic prowess, while exposing his spiritual shallowness.
The book gives the reader insights into what makes this so-called apostle tick. Wagner seems quite honest in his self-assessment and does not seem to mind exposing his humanistic attitude towards all things religious. What is very much lacking in this book is any Christian testimony of the greatness of God and the Lord Jesus Christ and knowing Him as his personal Savior. It is more an overview of what he calls his "career" in church growth, academics and influence upon others.
Although there is no dedication page, Wagner does acknowledge the person who confirmed that he should publish his memoirs, Rick Joyner of Morning Star Ministries. While it is widely known that Joyner is a false prophet and worker with evil spirits, Wagner calls him "one of the most brilliant of our contemporary Christian leaders...Rick helped me to feel that I have good biblical justification for this book," he wrote, citing 1 Thes. 5:12, "Paul's admonition that believers should "˜recognize those who labor among you.'" [p. 11]
The book opens up to several pages of Wagner's admirers, each writing a paragraph as to why they think Wagner is such an honorable figure in modern church history. They include Mike Bickle, President of IHOP; James Goll, Encounters Network; Bill Hamon, Christian Int'l Apostolic Network; Jack Hayford, Church on the Way; Cindy Jacobs, Generals Int'l; Bill Johnson, Bethel Church; Gwen Shaw, End-Time Handmaidens; Steve Strang, Charisma magazine and an assortment of endorsers from the charismaniac side of the church.
Prof. Johan Malan
Mossel Bay, South Africa
(The original version of this article may be read on Sandy Simpson's website: www.deceptioninthechurch/page2.html)
I address this Open Letter to you in response to your article, The New Apostolic Reformation: an Update (Aug. 19, 2011).
Evangelical Christians everywhere, but particularly also here in South Africa, have to take issue with you for deceptively presenting the NAR as a movement which subscribes to "all the standard classic statements of Christian doctrine", for creating false expectations of introducing God's kingdom on earth by, among others, using an unbiblical form of strategic spiritual warfare, for completely negating biblical prophecies on the end-time, and also for associating a Christian reformation with the African Independent Church Movement.
False teacher and anti Israel author John Stott: Dead in England at age 90.
We do not and can not pass judgments on the standing of John Stott before Christ in terms of salvation. Ã‚Â However, James 3:1 instructs us that teachers will be judged more strictly than the rest and Stott taught God's people error and deception. Dr. Martin Lloyd Jones warned of Stott many years ago when Stott promoted the usual line of unscriptural Anglican dogma including infant baptism, Erastianism (state church), mono episcopacy, replacement theology, non-millennialism, etc. He was also a Calvinist.