Confessions of a Former Charismatic, Part 1: Me and Benny Hinn

The venue was the National Exhibition Center in Birmingham, England, the largest exhibition center in the UK. Five of us squeezed into a small car and drove the sixty-plus miles from Hereford to what we thought at the time was the biggest spiritual event of the year. Christ for All Nations, evangelist Reinhard Bonnke’s ministry, was hosting a conference, and …

Healing and the Atonement on Today’s Dividing Line

Started off briefly noting that we will be arranging some shows on Unbelievable on my way back from Kiev next month.  However, this is a completely unbudgeted expense, so if you would like to help make sure those program happen, please stand with us. Then I discussed the upcoming debates on Revelation TV on healing and the atonement.  Went over …

Secularist Supremacy and Molinism on Today’s Dividing Line

Yeah, there’s a combination!  Actually, the first half hour we reviewed some amazing stories about how the secular left pretends to be so inclusive and freedom loving but is in fact utterly demanding of our fidelity and obedience. But then we moved into my review of recent William Lane Craig clips, first from a Sunday School class (where he promoted …

On Refuting Theological Error

“In confutation of false doctrines, he [i.e. the minister] is neither to raise an old heresy from the grave, nor to mention a blasphemous opinion unnecessarily: but, if the people be in danger of an error, he is to confute it soundly, and endeavor to satisfy their judgments and consciences against all objections.” Nick Batzig has written an article on …