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HAW and WOF NARpostles

Between 1948 to the 1980s, the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) movement constructed the Charismatic Renewal, attempting to convince Christianity that God was restoring the gifts (charismata) of the Spirit to the church. 894 more words


The NAR's Infallable Prophet Rick Joyner (and the New Breed)

The problem with cults is that it is hard to convince people that they actually teach really bizarre or far-fetched doctrines. It’s hard to reconcile that they push such illogical concepts on people contrary to human reason or biblical truths. 2 279 more words


Who is Apostle John McElroy?

This article will look at «Apostle» John McElroy and learn about the church he now apostolically governs in Perth, Western Australia.

John McElroy is recognised as a New Apsotolic Reformation (NAR) «Apostle» of Wagner’s Coalition of Internation Apostolic Leaders. 1 060 more words

Peter Wagner

The NAR - You Will Know Them By Their Nuts

The NAR is one of the biggest cults that have invaded Christianity today, causing the world to consider Christianity is as extreme as extreme radical Muslims. 1 304 more words

Peter Wagner

John Eckhardt's NARpostolic Insights

To recognise a NAR Apostolic «church», we need to listen and learn from these false Apostles themselves.

In this below interview, NARpostle John Eckhardt naively but effectively demonstrates why the NAR Movement does not represent the Christian faith or even remotely model off a biblical church. 2 163 more words

New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)

CharismaMag Exposes NOLR's Charismatic Trojan Horse Agenda

It has been quite the journey for many of us to leave our Charismatic roots. Sadly, we are becoming more convinced that the Charismatic Movement was a heavily constructed, orchestrated and contrived movement built on the deception of men, namely, the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) movement in the late 1940s. 2 479 more words


Sid Roth – One New Man Spiritual DNA

Thanks very much to the person who directed me to this from January, saying: “Looks like Sid Roth has picked up on the DNA talk”: 316 more words

False Prophets