God's super-apostles : encountering the worldwide prophets and apostles movement
Talbot School of Theology
A new religious movement -- led by apostles and prophets -- has confused people, divided churches, and strained families as people are forced to make painful choices between those they love and what they believe to be the truth of God's Word. This global movement is known as the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). Although people may not know this movement by its formal name, they are probably familiar with its leaders, like Rick Joyner (MorningStar Ministries in Fort Mill, South Carolina), Bill Johnson (Bethel Church in Redding, California), and Mike Bickle (International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Missouri). Likewise, NAR practices -- such as "prayerwalking," "healing rooms," and "24/7 prayer rooms" -- have permeated churches throughout the world. Read this book for a biblical response to the NAR movement and to learn how its teachings deviate from historic Pentecostal and charismatic teachings.
Church polity, Church renewal, New Apostolic Reformation
Weaver Book Company
Christianity | New Religious Movements
Geivett, R. Douglas (2014). God's super-apostles : encountering the worldwide prophets and apostles movement. Wooster: Weaver Book Company.