Hillsong cult promote dangerous NAR Bible: The Passion Translation

The New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) / New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) cult started back in 1948. The Hillsong / Christian Life Center cult was established by Frank Houston back in the 1970s with the teachings of the NOLR. We have proven without a shadow of a doubt that Hillsong are a NOLR cult: they promote Latter Rain heresy, they have their infallible Apostles/Prophets who are accountable to no one, they have instrumental in promoting the false reformation/unity between Protestants and Roman Catholicism, and they are part of the NAR Apostle network.

The origins of Hillsong (Part 1): The New Order of the Latter Rain
The origins of Hillsong (Part 2): Hillsong founder under the “New Order” cult
The origins of Hillsong (Part 3): Frank Houston’s takeover and makeover of NZ AOG
The origins of Hillsong (Part 4): Like dictator, like son
The origins of Hillsong (Part 5): Hillsong founded by John the Baptist?
The origins of Hillsong (Part 6): Latter Rain theology in Hillsong worship

Now Hillsong are promoting the NAR Bible, The Passion Translation (TPT), written by Apostle/Prophet Brian Simmons. Bobbie Houston put up the following on Instagram:

God makes me smile. I started the year re-reading Psalms, in a totally relational and personal way with Jesus. Then @brookeligertwood gave me this for my birthday. I forgot to open (oops, tucked inside my handbag). How perfect though. Thankyou darling girl. Can’t wait for tomorrow. His mercies are new every morning. These Psalms framed the life of David and others, and in their timeless beauty, they frame and shape and inspire and comfort ours. Consider reading them again. Bobs💛

Source: Bobbie Houston, Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/p/BPb1GJvAXNs/, Published 19/01/2017. (Accessed 21/01/2017.)

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Here is a solid resource that offers a scholarly critique of the Passion Translation and levels the accusation it is nothing more than pushing NAR propaganda, converting Christians to NARismaticism.

Resource: Charmley offers a biblical critique of The Passion Translation (TPT)

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