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Strange Fire and Charismatic Movement, Part 3 of 7

Characteristic #1: A Specific View of What It Means to “Experience God” or “Experience His Presence”

The first characteristic we will be considering when thinking about “Movement X” is a specific view of what it means to experience God. 2,495 more words

Biblical Christianity

Strange Fire and the Charismatic Movement, Part 2 of 7

As I mentioned in my last post, I am discussing the modern “Charismatic” movement. At the outset, we must define what we are talking about. 1,536 more words

Biblical Christianity

Strange Fire and the Charismatic Movement, Part 1 of 7

Last year’s Strange Fire Conference has engendered numerous blog posts, articles, and radio programs on the topic of the “Charismatic movement.” The conference sought to expose the errors behind the Charismatic/Pentecostal movement. 618 more words

Biblical Christianity

Debate, Debacle, Disunity

The discord within the American chapter of the family of Christ really upsets me.  We make a big deal about the non-essentials, and that is all that the world sees.  294 more words

Cessationism, Charismania and Criticism

My heart was a bit heavy as I witnessed the blogosphere light up today over John MacArthur’s Strange Fire conference and the broad brush stroke polemics against Charismatics. 1,010 more words

Discussion

justinwshyu reblogged this on There's Never Enough Time To Do Nothing and commented:

Pretty much sums up my thoughts on the whole cessationism vs. continuationist debate. I think I am sorta the opposite of the original author, coming from a cessationist church to now being a continuationist. Nevertheless, in light of recent invective and disparities, it's good to know that we can agree that Jesus is Lord.

"Just Trust Us"- A Message from a Mars Hill Pastor

“Trust is gained slowly and lost quickly.”  -Mark Driscoll in numerous sermons.

I have mostly refrained from writing a lot about the Mars Hill controversy in the past several months but events from this weekend have brought me (reluctantly) back to the topic. 1,926 more words

Mark Driscoll

STRANGE FIRE

STRANGE FIRE!

“AND NADAB AND ABIHU, THE SONS OF AARON, TOOK EITHER OF THEM HIS CENSER, AND PUT INCENSE THEREON, AND OFFERED STRANGE FIRE BEFORE THE LORD, WHICH HE COMMANDED THEM NOT. 1,023 more words

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