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

The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a popular and speedy-rising new movement of Christians who emphasize indicators and wonders and educate that God is offering new revelation by new apostles and prophets today. Some churches affiliated with all those teachings have even become residence names—you’ve almost certainly listened to of the commonly influential Bethel Church, for example. And if you haven’t listened to of Bethel by title, you’ve virtually unquestionably sung their songs (“Reckless Appreciate,” any individual?).

But are NAR teachings dependable with the historic Christian faith? Which is the question my podcast guest these days, Holly Pivec, seeks to respond to in her new ebook, Counterfeit Kingdom: The Risks of New Revelation, New Prophets, and New Age Techniques in the Church, which she co-authored with Biola professor Douglas Geivett.

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

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