Every professing Christian in the U.S. should read this book. It is concise and easy to read - by far the quickest read I have ever found on the subject. Costi Hinn and Anthony G. Wood have done a fine job of objectively examining Bill Johnson's neck of the Word-Faith / NAR woods and condemning… Continue reading Defining Deception: A Review
After my lengthy critique of his ideas in "the Believer's Authority" I am well aware that there are those who would accuse me of "consigning the man to hell" - and I am aware of those Word-Faithers who would tack on an idea like "simply because he got a few things wrong." Not that I… Continue reading A Final Note on Kenneth Hagin
The full, blasphemous conclusions of Hagin's false doctrine are reached in the fifth chapter of his book "The Believer's Authority"
An Introductory NOTE: For those who have not read through previous posts in this series, here are some quick links: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and "Believer's Authority Vs Scripture" The book: "The Believer's Authority" by Kenneth Hagin, Second Edition Twenty-Second Printing 1996 (ISBN 0-89276-406-6) "Breaking… Continue reading Believer’s authority – Part 8
Side NOTE: for a refutation of Hagin's words simply from Scripture - see an earlier post: "the 'believer's authority' vs Scripture" "The trouble with us is that we've preached a "cross" religion, and we need to preach a "throne" religion. By that I mean that people have thought they were supposed to remain at the… Continue reading Believer’s authority – Part 7