The biggest New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) cults around the globe are encouraging Christians around the world to give up the Christian faith and to embrace the NAR’s ‘The Passion Translation’ (TPT). If your church is pushing this bible from the pulpit, there is a very high chance you are in an NAR cult.
Gervase Nicholas Charmley recently went on Fighting for the Faith to share his research on the dangers of this anti-Christian bible. He came to many fascinating conclusions on this dangerous translation but repeatedly warned that it was nothing more than NAR propaganda. The comparisons he made of the “Prophet” Brian Simmons and the apostolic magisterium of the NAR to the cults of the Jehovah Witnesses, Mormonism and Roman Catholicism serve as a direct warning to people who still consider the NAR to be Christian in any shape or form.
Even though the interview goes for three hours, the issues he highlights are so valid and informative that it makes a great resource for Christians everywhere. Consider passing it on to your Christian friends and families.
The Dangers of the Passion “Translation”
The Dangers of the Passion “Translation”: Interview with Pastor Gervase Charmley
For further research:
What’s Wrong with The Passion “Translation?” It’s the Messed Up Bible!
Source: Chris Rosebrough, PirateChristian, The Dangers of the Passion “Translation”, http://www.piratechristian.com/fightingforthefaith/2016/11/the-dangers-of-the-passion-translation, Published 21/11/2016. (Accessed 28/11/2016.)
Who is Gervase Nicholas Charmley?
“Gervase N. Charmley was born in Norwich in 1980 and converted to Christ during his first term at Chester University, England in 1998. He was baptized in 2000 and began preaching in 2002. He trained at the London Theological Seminary in 2004-6. He emphasizes the doctrines of the Bible, and especially the penal substitution of Christ on the Cross at Calvary. He was an itinerant preacher from 2006-2009, when he served six months as Assistant pastor at Tabor Baptist Church, Llantrisan, South Wales. In September 2009 he was called to minister at Bethel Evangelical Free Church, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, and was called as the pastor of Bethel in the Spring of 2010.” [Source]