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    Charismatics and the Word of Faith Movement

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    On Saturday, March 28, I traveled to Globe, Arizona to attend the 2015 Bible Conference at Sovereign Grace Baptist Church. The theme was the truth about the Word of Faith Movement / Pentecostalism / Prophecy / Tongues, and Healing on demand. The Guest speakers were Phil Johnson and Justin Peters. It was a rich time together in the word of God and a real privilege to meet host Pastor John Skaggs and the kind people of Sovereign Grace Baptist Church. The teaching sessions were excellent. I recommend them highly - JS:

    Session 1: Phil Johnson: Why I am a Cessationist

    Session 2: Phil Johnson: Beware the Greed Mongers: An expose of the Prosperity Doctrine

    Session 3: Justin Peters: Clouds Without Water (1)

    Session 4: Justin Peters: Clouds Without Water (2)

    Session 5: Justin Peters: Clouds Without Water (3)

    Session 6: Justin Peters: Clouds Without Water (4)

    Posted by John Samson on April 10, 2015 07:12 PM

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