What’s Wrong with Bethel Church and the NAR Movement? with Holly Pivec

The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a well known and quickly-increasing new movement of Christians who emphasize signs and wonders and teach that God is offering new revelation through new apostles and prophets currently. Some churches affiliated with individuals teachings have even become residence names—you’ve in all probability read of the widely influential Bethel Church, for example. And if you have not listened to of Bethel by name, you have pretty much undoubtedly sung their tunes (“Reckless Adore,” any person?).

But are NAR teachings dependable with the historic Christian religion? That is the question my podcast visitor today, Holly Pivec, seeks to remedy in her new guide, Counterfeit Kingdom: The Dangers of New Revelation, New Prophets, and New Age Methods in the Church, which she co-authored with Biola professor Douglas Geivett.

Holly is a blogger, writer, and speaker, as well as a pastor’s wife and homeschooling mom. She has a master’s degree in Christian apologetics from Biola College. She has coauthored three textbooks about the New Apostolic Reformation and writes a well-known site, which you can examine at hollypivec.com.

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