Tag Archives: Cessationism

By the way, God is not a man…

A movie based on William Paul Young’s best-selling book, The Shack, is finally coming out this March 3rd! I am very excited to see this for many reasons. This post is inspired by Cindy Powell’s post, “Hollywood, please get this one right.” I join … Continue reading

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2,000 years of miracles, signs and wonders

Is the Pentecostal/Charismatic movement (made up of those who believe that miracles, signs and wonders are still for today) a recent phenomenon within the last 100 years? Dr. Eddie Hyatt doesn’t think so. To quote his book site, “2000 Years … Continue reading

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An inconvenient history for cessationism

In light of the controversy generated over John MacArthur’s recent polemic crusade against Charismatics and Pentecostals with His book and conference titled, “Strange Fire“, I think it might be instructive for us to look at whether this view is compatible with church history. I gave … Continue reading

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An authentic response to Strange Fire

I thought I would do a brief follow-up to my post “The strange thing about strange fire” that I wrote last November which turned out to be one of my most responded to posts to date. Two things I want to bring to your … Continue reading

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The strange thing about strange fire

Did you ever notice that when a preacher wants to demonize a certain part of the body of Christ, you’ll hear them use the Old Testament? And Leviticus 10:1-2 is a great weapon by which we can bludgeon fellow believers. It’s been used … Continue reading

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