Pseudo-Christian cult movements are here and more deceptive than ever before. This page focuses on various branches and doctrines of the New Apostolic Reformation (N.A.R.) heresy. This movement that has slyly woven its heretical and mystical teachings into churches causing many to mistake it for authentic biblical Christianity.
Begg, known for his reformed biblical orthodoxy and verse by verse teaching caused many in Christendom, including myself, to clutch their pearls and rend their clothes over the past few weeks.
Some Anglican churches in Australia are leaning toward adding separate services for the vaccinated and unvaccinated, while churches like Crossway require vaccines for anyone serving in on-site ministry. Even though studies have shown that everyone can contract and transmit the virus, including the vaccinated.
The only thing more heartbreaking than hearing about well known leaders in the Christian community falling from grace is knowing that discernment was lacking and warning signs were ignored.
"Believe that following the path of the teacher Jesus can lead to healing and wholeness, a mystical connection to “God,” as well as an awareness and experience of not only the Sacred, but the Oneness and Unity of all life." Say what?
H. Clay Trumbull, an early proponent of Sunday school, began by telling the story of a Syrian blood covenant ritual in which two unrelated men cut themselves and drink one another’s blood as a way of attaching their lives and natures to one another; covenanting, he called it.
From Pantheism, peddling a one-world-religion, to the celebration of that creepy Christmas alter, Pope Francis set 2020 ablaze with rapid-fire horrors. But I guess he said why stop there? Let's keep the ball rolling.
According to William Branham, his parents who dabbled in the fortune-telling, told him he was born with a halo or angel of light over his head. He had another encounter at age seven in which a voice told him not to defile his body with smoking or drinking because he would have work to do when he was older.
Like his predecessor H. Clay Trumbull, E. W. Kenyon is considered by some to be a Holy Spirit filled, great--great grandfather of the Christian faith. But the truth is, he authored beguiling books filled with secret gnostic knowledge, occultic blood ceremonies, a different god and a different gospel.
“One can argue, and some have, that the decision by the Supreme Court – in a series of three decisions back in 1962 and 1963 – to remove Bible and prayer from our public schools, may be the most spiritually significant event in our nation’s history over the course of the last 55 years..."
One of the many abominable, heretical teachings today is that God’s appears to us in a glory cloud of gold dust, glitter, gems, or angel feathers. You will not find any such scenario in the Bible.