Volume Three, Issue Nine
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Here are some of the newer articles that may be of timely interest to you:
Of Demons (Updated!) by Tricia Tillin,
Dental Miracles & Gold Dust by Apologetics Index, 1999
A Nation Under Delusion! by David Wilkerson, 2/15/99
Healing And The Kingdom by Paul G. Hiebert, 1989
The "Overshadowing" Of Maitreya Will Be A "Pentecostal Experience For All" by Benjamin Creme, Share International F.A.Q.,1999
Youth Alive And Alpha Course Team Up by Sandy Simpson, 1999
Former General Secretary Of AoG In Australia Makes Public Statement About Benny Hinn by Philip L. Powell
The Cell Church Model - Alpha Course Lite? by Sandy Simpson, 1999
Contending Earnestly For The Faith - Volume 5, Issue 2 by Philip L. Powell, Christian Witness Ministries, 9/99
Houses Built Upon The Sand - A Biblical Examination Of The Lighthouse Movement by Delusion & Apostasy Watch News, 9/25/99
Benny Hinn - Going Lower! by Philip L. Powell, 1999
The feature article in this newsletter is actually a short booklet by Travers and Jewel van der Merwe called "Strange Fire: The Rise Of Gnosticism In The Church". Although written in 1995, it is very appropiate to what is going on in the Third Wave "New Apostolic Reformation" of today. The booklet is too long to send via e-mail, so the following link is provided for those who can browse the web:
Strange Fire - The Rise Of Gnosticism In The Church by Travers and Jewel van der Merwe, 1995
Compare the doctrines of early Christian Gnosticm, the later doctrines of Latter Rain and Kingdom Now theologies, with the current teachings such as those by the Toronto "Blessing", Brownsville A/G, Rodney Howard-Browne, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, C. Peter Wagner, Ed Silvoso, Youth Alive, Alpha Course & Youth Alpha Course, the FDBC Singapore Cell Group materials, the Lighthouse Movement, and many others. You will see the gnostic roots in the modern apostate church tree clearly.
Sandy Simpson, missionary