Was The Eschatology Behind
The Lakeland Revival?
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Evangelist Todd Bentley, who led the Lakeland revival from a modest
beginning to near-historic proportions, has filed for separation from
his wife, a former spokesperson said on August 11, 2008, and will not
return to the ongoing revival.
Lynne Breidenbach, who had been a media liaison for
Bentley during the four month-long Florida Outpouring Revival, told The
Ledger that Bentley announced to his staff Monday afternoon that he and
his wife, Shonnah, had separated. The Bentleys have two daughters and a
son and are Canadian citizens. Breidenbach, who resigned as
revival spokesperson Monday, called the news of the separation “very
sad.” “God uses fallen, flawed people. ... This doesn’t invalidate what
Todd did,” she said.
The revival began April 2 at Ignited Church in Lakeland. Bentley
announced two weeks ago that he would end his regular appearances at the
revival on Aug. 23 to resume his traveling evangelistic work, but he was
scheduled to lead services next week. The Rev. Stephen Strader, pastor
of Ignited Church, said Tuesday that he was informed three weeks ago
that Bentley and his wife had been undergoing marriage counseling for a
Bob Jones proclaimed the
Lakeland revival to be, "The Third Wave."
This Third Wave was
mentored by the most prominent prophets, all of whom gave glowing prophecies
over the Lakeland Revival and Todd Bentley.
It was endorsed
and blessed by the
most prominent of the Apostles and Prophets, on stage, on camera,
Now it is fading into
history after lasting only four months, and becoming just one more
short lived revival.
What do these events
show us about all these Apostles, Prophets, and Evangelists?
the doctrines behind this movement contributed to its closing
Dutch Sheets has written
the best synopsis I have seen on what was wrong there,
and he extends his apology and shows repentance.
I am thankful
that Dutch has spoken at least this. We must learn to fear God and
speak out before such harm comes to the flock. How many thousands have
been harmed by this thing? How wide is the spreading of the apostasy?
I pray lessons are learned.
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"It has now been a couple of weeks since I heard about Todd
Bentley’s plans for separation and divorce. Like everyone, I
have had a variety of emotions including anger, sadness, and
"Every time I see this scenario repeated, I grieve: for the
husband and wife involved; for the family that will be
scarred in so many ways; because of the incredible reproach
it brings to Christ; and the distortion it gives concerning
God’s heart and ways. I am praying for Todd and his family."
"Beyond the simple fact of it being appropriate, I firmly
believe it is the only way to begin the process of
rebuilding trust with those asked to follow us and to remove
the cynicism of the world we ask to listen to us. As you
know, regaining credibility is much more difficult than
attaining credibility. Concerning what I’m about to say, I
don’t believe I have a critical spirit, nor do I want to
diminish the sacrifices, faithfulness, and hard work done by
so many in ministry."
"The fact remains, however, that we have failed the Lord and
His people in many ways—not just with Lakeland but in
countless other situations—and must repent if we are to be
trusted in the future. And as you also know, no repentance
is effective if watered down and couched in excuses,
therefore, I intend to be brutally honest..."
I hope that someday
Dutch Sheets will also renounce Dominionism and Preterism.
Even though the Lakeland Revival is over now,
the information in this article will help you evaluate all future
outbreaks of revival, however big or small they may be.
My prophetic watchman ministry compels me to
look deep into the history, theology, and eschatology of ministries.
Reason being, when a move of God begins, some of the doctrine will
linger in the background until the excitement settles down a bit. The
movement will initially manifest itself in such wonderful things as a
huge number of people getting saved, and/or a huge number of people
are getting miraculous healings, and even the dead are being raised.
This has been going on for some time in nations such as China where
the Christians are under terrible persecution, but it has been a long
time since this has happened in America.
When the newness and excitement settles down
some, then the teachers and preachers come on stage with the
evangelists who were in the forefront of the movement. I remember
this so well from the 60's and 70's during the beginnings of the
Charismatic Movement. With great exuberance I soaked up the theology
of the movement because I hardly even knew there was such a thing as
the Holy Spirit. Ever sense then I have studied church history and all related
subjects extensively, and am now better prepared to understand the
doctrine behind movements before they even start.
Here is the major point I
hope to make in this watchman letter
The thing I am on guard the most about is the
theology and eschatology behind any new move of God. In any doctrinal
group a hefty portion of their theology revolves around, and radiates from, their
eschatology. So a major portion of their theology will only be as sound, or as erroneous
as their eschatology. Let us not be naive and assume that any new
move of God is going to be grounded in your or my end-time teaching. Ignorance is an unguarded door for the enemy to come through unawares.
Now I am asking, what is the eschatology of the current move of God?
Is it even one you have ever heard of before? I have found that
most Christians have never heard the word "Preterist" before, yet we
are surrounded by them. They may be in your denomination and
your church, and you really do need to know what they teach.
end-time events include the coming of the antichrist, the 7
year tribulation, the Second Coming, and Christ ruling during
the 1000 years of peace...if you are a Premillennialist.
But if you are a Preterist or a postmillennialist you don't believe in
any of these prophesied events.
Here are some doctrinal groups you need to defend yourself from:
Some of the most popular Charismatic leaders are
Amillennialists or Postmillennialists, and are leading
their followers into these controversial doctrines:
that the Second Coming, the Antichrist reign, and the tribulation all took place in
the era of AD 70 when General Titus
destroyed the temple and marched Judea into captivity, and we have
been in a none-literal millennium ever since AD 70. They
call themselves Preterists. Many Preterists teach Replacement Theology
and Dominion Theology.
the Bishop of Carthage in A.D. 248 -258, was among the first church
fathers to use the allegorical method to interpret the Bible, a
concept that was used by St. Augustine in the fourth century to
develop the beginnings of Preterism,
and has been the essential position of the Roman Catholic Church ever
since. But it was the Spanish Jesuit Luis De Alcazar
(1554-1613), who wrote a 900 page commentary called Investigation
of the Hidden Sense of the Apocalypse, that developed it further.
you think this doctrine is heretical or just in error?
say that the Second Coming can not take place until the end of
the millennium when every human has been led to Christ (allegorically
understood to just mean "a long time" and not a literal 1,000 years).
They call themselves Historists. Many
Historists also teach Replacement Theology and Dominion Theology.
Do you think this doctrine is heretical or just in error?
are called Futurists because we say that the antichrist will come on
the scene sometime in the future at the onset of the great
tribulation period, and that the Second Coming will take place at the
beginning of the millennium.
Premillennialism and literal scriptural interpretation dominated the
first two centuries of the Church Fathers.
To the extent that you take the scriptural text
literally, you will be driven to a
premillennial point of view. To the extent you are willing to treat
the text symbolically or allegorically, you will drift toward the
amillennial perspective, rationalizing these promises in figurative
terms. Discovering that God says what He means, and means what He says
--literally-- raises the fog of diffidence and energizes the most
exciting adventure of anyone's lifetime!
The three major Premillennialist groups are the pre-tribulation, the
mid-tribulation, and post-tribulation rapture groups.
Few Futurists teach Replacement Theology and Dominion Theology.
teaches that the Church has replaced Israel and that the many promises
made to Israel in the Bible are fulfilled in the Christian Church, not
in Israel. Scripture makes it clear there are separate promises to
both, and at times they overlap. (see Romans 11) So, the prophecies in
Scripture concerning the blessing and restoration of Israel to the
Promised Land are “allegorized” into promises of God's blessing for
the Church. To give away land God has given to Israel is to bring the judgment
of Isaiah 55 upon us. In Genesis 12:1-3 God placed this blessing over
the land that was to become Israel: Now the LORD said to Abram, "Go
forth from your country, And from your relatives And from your
father's house, To the land which I will show you; And I will make
you a great nation, And I will bless you, And make your name great;
And so you shall be a blessing; And I will bless those who bless
you, And the one who curses you I will curse. And in you all the
families of the earth will be blessed."
Do you think this doctrine is heretical or just in error?
known as kingdom now theology or the manifest sons of God teaching,
has permeated this branch of Christendom.
teaches that the Gospel of Salvation is achieved by setting up the “Kingdom of
God” as a literal and physical kingdom to be
“advanced” on Earth in the present age. Some Dominionists liken the
New Testament Kingdom to the Old Testament Israel in ways that
justify taking up the sword, or other methods of punitive judgment,
to war against enemies of their kingdom. Dominionists teach that men
can be coerced or compelled to enter the kingdom. They assign to the
Church duties and rights that belong Scripturally only to Jesus
Christ. This includes the esoteric belief that believers can
“incarnate” Christ and function as His body on Earth to establish
His kingdom rule. An inordinate emphasis is placed on man’s efforts;
the doctrine of the sovereignty of God is diminished.
says the church will
completely Christianize and rule the world (i.e.,
one world government? with its one world religion, industry,
education, army, etc) before Jesus can return (the Second Coming)
to rule the world. As I understand
this doctrine, they are saying there will not be
a great tribulation period or an Antichrist whom the book of
Revelation says will become a One World dictator for a brief time in
history. There will only be Christian super leaders who (in unity of
the spirit with all believers) conquer the world for Christ. And
then Jesus will come again.
always an aberration of true Christian
Do you think this doctrine is heretical or just in error?
Dominion mandate by control
Dominion theology is predicated upon three basic beliefs: 1) Satan
usurped man’s Dominion over the earth through the temptation of Adam
and Eve; 2) The Church is God’s instrument to take Dominion back
from Satan; 3) Jesus cannot or will not return until the
Church has taken Dominion by gaining control of the
earth’s governmental and social institutions.*
One of the Scriptures
most quoted by Restoration preachers is Matthew 7:1 ""Judge not,
that ye be not judged." In their view, it is especially
imperative that people not judge teachers, regardless of doctrine.
We are to let Jesus judge them.
They totally ignore
the context of Matthew 7:1, which implies hypocritical judgment, not
the judgment necessary to preserve the purity of the tFaith.
We are often exhorted by Scripture to judge not those outside the
Body of Christ, but those inside the Body of Christ, including
teachers (1 Corinthians 5:12, 6:5; John 7:24).
A favorite cry of
of all dominionists----
is, "Touch not God's anointed!" This, someone has correctly
said, is "the last refuge of religious tyrants" ----those who fear
their teachings and lives will not stand the test of biblical
scrutiny. Their clergy-laity mentality recoils at the truth
that all of God's people are His anointed. And many are being
"touched" to their detriment by these religious tyrants. (pg. 73-74)
Vengeance Is Ours: The Church In Dominion
* Al Dager,
Vengeance Is Ours: The Church In Dominion (Sword Pub., 1990), p.
87. This book is a historical “encyclopedia” of the history of
modern dominionism, clearly demarking the various sects. Dager
approaches the subject from a Christian perspective.
The most published author of Dominion Theology
books is the well known Charismatic theologian,
Peter Wagner. In his latest book,
DOMINION! How Kingdom Action Can Change the World,
he states that he is a
Partial Preterist and a strong advocate of
Dominion Theology. Wagner said his
eschatological views became clarified when he read Victorious
Eschatology by Harold Eberle and Martin Trench. He feels that
Victorious eschatology fits Dominion theology
like a hand in a glove. Eberle and Trench say, "Before Jesus returns,
the Church will rise in glory, unity, and maturity. The Kingdom of God
will grow and advance until it fills the Earth."
In some versions of this concept, the
Sons of God will already have perfected new Kingdom-bodies, and they will
be able to stride across the earth with the power of gods. The
manifest sons will have a "Joshua Generation" or "Caleb
generation" as followers, the faithful few whom God will
greatly empower. The manifest sons and Joshua
generation would exercise Dominion over society, establish the
Kingdom, complete the Church, and (a few even whisper) perhaps even
complete Jesus, who up until their success is a head without a Body.
The organized bodies of Christianity (denominations, seminaries,
interchurch agencies, most Para church groups, and most especially the
Roman Catholic Church), so Dominion theory goes, are controlled by the
spirit of the Anti-Christ and thus will be among the first to be
vanquished by the new order. This doctrine is know as: The
New Wave, Latter Rain,
Christian Reconstruction and
Manifest Sons of God.
Amongst Southern Baptist theologians,
Rick Warren has
single-handedly accomplished more to bring about a public convergence
between the three sects of dominionism than any other individual.
Warren received his doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary under
the tutelage of his advisor, C. Peter Wagner of the spiritual warfare
Warren has audaciously called for a “Second Reformation” based upon
his global P.E.A.C.E. Plan, which is a study in dominionism.
No matter how much we read in the Bible about
how Christ and the early church were totally unconcerned with getting
control and power over the world or the nation, or even their own
villages, we can't get this conquest stuff out of our heads.
Christ's followers were not called to seek dominion, they were called
to serve and love.
As you have surmised, I have been alluding to
the Lakeland Revival in Florida
All pre-millennial views are probably
than perfect (as we are), but at least they are not heretical. Yes, I
believe that Replacement Theology and Dominion Theology and all their sister doctrines are heretical, meaning
these doctrines depart from the basic fundamental tenets of the
While I believe
God is healing and saving people, and Todd Bentley has a great gift of
faith, and has a strong stage presence, I am very uncomfortable with his "heavenly visits" and elaborations on
tattooing his arms recently, and piercing his body. But it is
Todd's mentor, Bob Jones and Bob's fellow Dominionists, that is my major
concern. Looking beyond the serious error of Bob Jones' thing with
angels, I find endless references to him being a long-time
practitioner of Latter Rain, Manifest Sons theology, and Kingdom Now Theology,
all of which are part of the Replacement and Dominion Theology
defined here. It is clear to me that Bob Jones is in the background
fathering this movement and mentoring Todd Bentley.
Peter Wagner endorses Todd Bentley
To see the ceremony click on June 23 on God TV
"Participating leaders at the ceremony included [C. Peter] Wagner;
Ché Ahn, pastor of Harvest Rock Church in Pasadena, Calif.; John
Arnott of Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship in Canada; Bill
Johnson, pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, Calif.; and Rick
Joyner, founder of MorningStar Ministries in Charlotte, N.C."
See it at
What is the
spirit behind the Dominionist heresy
I have been in the Charismatic
movement since January 1965 — over 40 years. In that time I have seen
a lot of doctrines and streams come and go, or just change. An
observation I have made in my 71 years is that where there is a wrong
spirit, other wrong spirits will be attracted. Whatever the unclean
spirit is at the top of the organization, it will attract other
unclean spirits all the way down the chain of command or association,
whether in secular, political, or religious organizations. The same
thing is true of heresies, there is always a spirit or spirits behind
So, when there is one heresy in a
theological doctrine, other heresies will attach themselves throughout
that doctrinal group.
see it, Dominionism is a heresy often found within the Preterist
heresy, and the driving unclean spirit behind Dominionism is an
arrogant spirit of power, domination, manipulation, and control ...
the spirit of witchcraft. Various forms of Dominionism can also be
found among some Partial Preterists, Postmillennialists and even
Premillennialists (such as Pat Robertson and Mike Bickle).
Dominion theology is not new. Its
modern roots go back to William Branham in the late 1940’s. The
teaching was essentially dormant for a time but began to be
resurrected in the 1980’s and now influences a major segment of
the Christian population through teachers like Mike Bickle, Rick
Joyner, Paul Cain, Francis Frangipane, Jill Austin, Kim Clement
and literally a host of others. It is interesting to note
that a lot of so-called "Calvinests" have no idea that John
Calvin was Postmillennial and a Dominionist. Calvin was
not a Calvinest, and most certainly not a hyper Calvinest.
It is wise to learn the origins of doctrines in order to protect
ourselves from error.
search on "witchcraft" to see what I mean (2 Kings 21:6, 2
Chronicles 33:6). I see New Age practices and fleshly lusts and
perversions in some of the prominent leaders behind this movement. Do a
Google or Yahoo search on Bob Jones and Todd Bentley and you will find a
dozen sites documenting these things.
deceived and knows what He’s doing. He allows things to happen because
It takes being honest in our research of the uncompromising Word, the
whole council of God.
truth in love
In the Revelation we
are warned that, if possible, even the very elect may be deceived.
It occurs to me that if the deception arose within the elect's own ranks, it
could go unrecognized. Or maybe they are pressured to keep silent about it
by misusing the Scripture in 1 Chronicles that says "Do
not touch My anointed ones, And do My prophets no harm."
no man to oppress them,
And He reproved kings for their sakes, saying,
"Do not touch
My anointed ones,
And do My prophets no harm."
Sing to the LORD, all the earth;
Proclaim good tidings of His salvation from day to
If we are truly born of the Spirit,
then we all are God's anointed ones, and sometimes God calls upon one
prophet to correct (but not harm) another prophet. In the New
Testament we see Paul correcting Peter and other apostles without
doing their ministries any harm...he recognized their calling. But Paul confronted false prophets entirely differently.
So, IF both are TRUE
prophets, and one prophet tries to silence the other with this verse,
that prophet is not recognizing the anointing of the other prophet,
and is guilty of the very thing he is accusing the other of.
But IF one of them is a
FALSE prophet and has an unclean spirit, then the other prophet
will need to do more than bring correction. Rebuke and
deliverance is in order because he/she is indeed a false prophet.
These verses tell us there are in fact false prophets, and that we are
to "test the spirits to see if they are from God" or not.
false Christs and false prophets will arise and will show great signs
and wonders, so as to mislead, if possible, even the elect.
false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will also be
false teachers among you, who will secretly introduce destructive
heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing swift
destruction upon themselves.
2 Peter 2:1
Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see
whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out
into the world.
1 John 4:1
For such [are] false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming
themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan
himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore [it is] no
great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of
2 Cr 11:13
biblical charge to boldly speak the truth (e.g., Philippians 1:14, 1
Thessalonians 2:2) has been subrogated to the “never speak critically”
mantras of the Rick Warren’s purpose-driven church covenants (e.g.,
Don't complain, don't cause problems, eat the chicken and spit out the
bones, prefer our leaders to ourselves). These verses gives me the
right to speak the truth, but I also must speak the truth in love, as
expressed in verse 15 of Ephesians 4:11-16.
And He gave some as apostles, and some as prophets, and some as
evangelists, and some as pastors and teachers,
12 for the equipping of the saints for the work
of service, to the building up of the body of Christ;
until we all attain to the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of
the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which
belongs to the fullness of Christ.
14 As a result, we are no longer
to be children, tossed here and there by waves and carried about by
every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in
speaking the truth in love,
we are to grow up in all aspects into Him who is the head, even
16 from whom
whole body, being fitted and held together by what every joint
supplies, according to the proper working of each individual part,
causes the growth of the body for the building up of itself in love.
Dobson calls that, "Tough love."
Petty issues have been a plot of the devil to divide us. God wants us
unified, connected and moving together in power, but He also wants us
to not only be free of heresy, He expects us to warn the flock when a wolf is amongst us.
This is not a petty issue or holding a grudge, it is simply holding to
the true Word of God ... speaking the truth in love.
Do you see the need to know the eschatology
behind this move of God yet?
you were to plot a course from Los Angeles to Guam and your calculations are
off by ½ a degree you will miss the island so badly that you won't
even see the island as you pass by it— unto destinations unknown. We all
rejoice over whoever is truly saved, or receives an actual healing,
but what concerns me is the unclean spirit of Dominion Theology
lurking in the background of this revival. Being off
by a small degree can land this revival off target by a million miles
unless some repentance and repair is done, and done soon.
Please pray for Todd, asking for God to open his
eyes to what needs correction. His heart is right, it is primarily
the misguided mentoring that is throwing him off course, and therefore
the whole movement. Pray for Bob Jones. I am at a loss as to how to
pray for him ... just pray as Father leads you.
Our Lord who is omnipresent
Excerpt from an article by Jeanette Reed
Every so often, we hear
reports of some sort of ‘out pouring’ of the Holy Spirit. Or perhaps
it’s worded as “God breaking out.” Those are encouraging reports. We
can give thanks for each person who comes to Christ and each person
who is healed by His saving grace.
My concern is that we are
failing to accurately describe our Lord who is omnipresent. As David
writes in Psalm 139, “Where shall I go from your Spirit? Or where
shall I flee from your presence?”
Or as Paul writes in 1
Corinthians 3:16, “Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that
God’s Spirit dwells in you? ”If the Holy Spirit dwells inside those
who are in Christ, why do we try to assign a location for the Holy
Spirit to show up? Isn’t He already here, wherever believers are?
we will truly repent for making idols of signs and wonders instead of
faithfully proclaiming the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the
world. And His name is Jesus!
end-time events prophesied in the Bible include the coming of the antichrist, the 7
year tribulation, the Second Coming, and Christ ruling during
the 1000 years of peace...if you are a Premillennialist.
But if you are a Preterist or Historist you don't believe in
any of these prophesied events.
Here is a related article on this website you will want to read.
THE NEW “APOSTOLIC REFORMATION”
by Todd Tomasella.
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Eph 5:11 And have no fellowship
with the unfruitful works of darkness, but
rather expose them.
2 Timothy 3:13 But evil men and
impostors will grow worse and worse, deceiving
and being deceived.
2 Timothy 4:3 For the time will
come when they will not endure sound doctrine,
but according to their
own desires, because they have itching ears,
they will heap up for themselves teachers;
4 and they will turn their ears
away from the truth, and be turned aside to
I encourage you to listen to this sermon titled:
Holy Ghost Last Days, by Jacob Prasch.
sermon (the best I have heard on this subject) gives a rich background in
church history and a clear teaching from the Bible on the subject of what
is going to happen in the church in the last days.
Among brilliant and articulate Bible scholars, who are also fluent in
church history and Greek and Hebrew, Jacob Prasch is one of my favorites.
Prasch is a Hebrew-speaking evangelist to the Jews and a Bible teacher
elaborating on the original Judeo-Christian background and hermeneutics of
the New Testament. He has also been a conservative voice for biblicaly
based discernment among moderate Pentecostals and Charismatics opposed to
the seductions prevalent in today’s church.
I have given several different URL's
for the same sermon hoping that one of them will play well on your
Select this same sermon at these locations:
Or Go to this website
and select this sermon:
Holy Ghost last days by Jacob Prasch
Sermons by Jacob Prasch on You Tube.
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In these days of
rampant deceptions, God understands the needs of His people
who are constantly begging Him to keep them safe from lies and the
falsities that abound.
Reference material readers have sent to us.
your own discretion.
Swarna Jha vision
Concerning this last link: Can you picture in your mind Jesus kicking old ladies in the
face with a biker boot? If Jesus is our model, does this speak of
Him? And which of the fruit of the Spirit is on display while the
old lady worshiping God is kicked in the face in his name? And
people were laughing in the audience as he bragged about it.
What spirit is in operation here? A personal friend of my wife
was at one of Todd Bentley's meetings, and he hit her ... and she
fell ... and it really hurt. At this time anyhow, she won't go
to another meeting of his.
The connection between Dominionism, the
Emergent church, and Buddhism.
preparing for the times we are coming into (or are accelerating into)
it is important to understand what preparing spiritually really
means. Bible prophecy warns us again and again that deception and the
false will define and rule the hour.
Lora and I
have been listening to Pastor Bob DeWaay show how the Emergent church
and Dominionism are related and have a variation of the same
eschatology. Yet it is almost impossible to get the leaders in these
deceptions (Emergent and Dominionism) to ever state clearly what their
eschatology is. Whatever they ARE they are NOT Pre-millennial
(second coming before the millennium starts). Every theology revolves
around its eschatology.
“apostles” tell us that “unity in the Spirit” means us being in unity
with THEM, otherwise we are in rebellion. Dominionist and Emergent
leaders say the world is getting better and eventually their apostles
will have dominion of all mankind (the one world church), then and
only then will Jesus manifest Himself and rule the world. Towards the
end when 90% or so of the world is Christianized and under their
dominion, then it will become necessary for them to speed up and
finalize the process by elimination those who have not come into the
fold … meaning you and me who must be “removed” for the sake of the
whole. Interestingly enough, the Koran and the New Agers (and the
Catholic Encyclopedia) also say that. But Dominionism originated in
Romanism and that is what the Inquisition was all about … Dominionism.
It makes you wonder if they are in league somehow.
Please listen to some of the sermons and
interviews by Pastor Bob DeWaay at
He is very scholarly and very Evangelical … and Premillennial. He
does an excellent job of showing the history, the origins, the
proponents of these deceptions, and showing you quotes from these
people so there can be no question as to whether he is telling the
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