Keith Thompson has done it again. This brilliant, young, documentary film maker has dealt with a subject that needs exposure. I highly recommend his film. You may have to take it in bits but the Word of Faith Movement is nothing new and has influenced too many for too many years.
“Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them” (Romans 16:17).
New information on this topic is always coming to light.
I recently saw a quote by Bill Johnson on one of my Facebook friends’ wall. He was a good friend in high school and is now a pastor. I decided to check Mr. Johnson out hoping to be inspired. Instead, I found that he seems to fit with the group of folks mentioned in the highlighted video.
I’m including a link to a short audio on YouTube, and two links to articles about the man. One of the articles lists the names of several folks in the NAR movement. The more I stumble on this movement the more I am concerned about its influence.
Here is another video of strange goings on at Bethel:
If nothing else makes it clear that Mr. Johnson is way off theologically, read this quote and check out the link:
“Yesterday, I was rebuked by several Christians for exposing the false doctrine being taught by Pastor Bill Johnson of Bethel Church. This minister teaches the heresy Jesus became an unholy sinner on the cross by accepting the nature of Satan, died spiritually, suffered in hell for three days for our sins, and had to be born again when He resurrected from the dead.”