WHAT IS THE NAR?
The New Apostolic Reformation is a cult that emerged from the New Order of the Latter Rain revival in 1948, spearheaded by a number of individuals, specifically William Marrion Branham. For the last few decades it has been recognized as being led by by Charles Peter Wagner.
Recently, Chris Rosebrough from Fighting for the Faith decided to introduce and examine the Latter Rain/New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. In this episode, Rosebrough looks at the origin of the NAR’s most iconic and central teachings:
- The NAR False Gospel – The Gospel of the Kingdom:*“So I believe that we’ll take God’s Word as the Rule and to go into all the world and preach the gospel. The gospel came not in word only but through power and demonstration of the Holy Spirit. So the gospel is demonstrating the power of the Holy Spirit.I went into nations where they say, “Now we don’t want missionaries. We know more about it than you do. But the thing we want to see is somebody who’s got faith enough to make God’s Word manifest.” That’s what they want to see.” – BranhamAnd that’s how they get converted. That’s how they find Christ. It’s because they believe in that manner.” – William Branham
- The NAR False Commission – The Seven Mountain Mandate heresy:
Below is an image that we have created that can help you summarise and remember the seven mountain mandate heresy in a nutshell:
Click the link below to download the episode.
The Seven Mountains
Hour 1 – Roots & Teaching of the NAR
Hour 2 – Sermon Review: The Seven Mountains by Lance Wallnau
Source: Chris Rosebrough, The Seven Mountains, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2015/09/roots-teaching-of-the-nar.html, Published 24/09/2015. (Accessed 25/09/2015.)