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(Part 1-3) The false teaching of the Word of Faith Movement (WOF) also known as the Prosperity Gospel or name-it and claim-it, is growing rapidly and is even now embraced by many evangelicals whether they know it or not. Brannon Howse interviews Rev. Justin Peters on The Heresy of the Word of Faith & Prosperity Gospel Preachers and give examples of how this unbiblical teaching is now embraced by almost every evangelical denomination to one degree or another. Brannon and Justin explain that not all Pentecostals or charismatics agree with the heresy of the Word of Faith Movement. Brannon and Justin also explain how many of the followers of the Word of Faith theology have slid into being part of what is called The New Apostolic Reformation, (NAR). Brannon and Justin play video clips of Benny Hinn, Paula White, Gloria Copeland, Kenneth Copeland, Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar, John Hagee, and Jesse Duplantis and then explain why their theology and doctrine are unbiblical.
Topic include: Why positive confession is really "Christian" shamanism; Why the God and Jesus of the Word of Faith and New Apostolic Reformation is not the God and Jesus of the Bible; How WOF theology teaches that we are "little gods"; The unbiblical teachings of dominion theology as defined by the WOF and NAR; why it is not Biblical for Christians to pray to bind Satan? what common Scriptures are used by the WOF and NAR to silence their critics; Where in the Bible are Christians called to publically name false teachers?; Why is the WOF and NAR rapidly growing and coming into the mainstream of evangelicalism?; What specific verses reveal the true theology of the WOF and NAR?...and much, much more.
(Part 4) Justin Peters Explains Why Stories of Trips To Heaven Do Not Line up With the Bible
Numerous best-selling books have been written by individuals that claim to have visited heaven and then returned to earth. Rev. Justin Peters examines many of the claims by individuals such as Don Piper, Jessie Duplantis, Rick Joyner, and Colton Burpo and why their descriptions and claims just don’t line up with the Bible. The reason this is an important topic is because far too many Christians today are basing their faith on experiences. Christians that are eager to embrace such sensational stories are really admitting that Scripture alone is not sufficient and thus they need new revelation from the self-proclaimed experiences of the latest best-selling author.
About Justin Peters:
Throughout his years as a student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, Justin studied at great depth the Word of Faith movement. The thesis he wrote for his Master’s of Theology (Th.M.) degree is entitled An Examination and Critique of the Life, Ministry and Theology of Healing evangelist Benny Hinn. In addition to his academic research, Justin also has attended numerous Benny Hinn crusades and has been witness first hand to the harm, both physical and spiritual, that the Word of Faith movement inflicts upon so many. As a teenager, Justin himself attended faith-healing services in hopes of being delivered from his Cerebral Palsy. Though the potential was there to shake his faith in the Lord, in the long run, these experiences had the opposite effect. Says Justin:
Some have made the charge against me that I am just bitter about not being healed. I can assure you that nothing could be further from the truth. Next to my salvation, my Cerebral Palsy is one of the greatest gifts God has ever allowed me to have. He has used it to keep me dependent upon Him and through it has shown me His “sufficient grace” and “strength made perfect in weakness.” (2 Cor. 12:9)