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How the NAR Experiential Christianity Corrupts the Role of the Holy Spirit

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1.Believing that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are no longer active today.

2.Believing only Protestants are Christians or only Catholics are Christians.

3.Believing there is only one biblical view of eschatology.

4.Believing it is impossible to hear God's voice today.

5.Believing health care is the responsibility of the government.

6.Believing Old Testament dietary laws have no value for a New Testament Christian.

7.Believing the Western worldview is the right worldview.

8.Believing we can't disciple all nations because the Antichrist is going to do it.

9.Believing money is secular rather than that God has given me the power to create wealth.

10.Believing I don't have enough smarts to succeed.

I have written a book on 49 such theological lies I used to believe before the Lord began speaking truth to me concerning those issues. Wow! Forty-nine theological boxes destroyed in 100 pages of two-way journaling, and new platforms created which I can now stand on providing me a new foundation for living in the Spirit. How precious and valuable is that? How I hunger to pass these 49 revelation-based truths on to you." -- Mark Virkler

Ahh, this is an advertisement disguised as a Christian article. What Mark doesn't tell you is he is really hungry for you to pay $19.95 for the honor of him passing on to you these 49 missives from his deceitful heart. These are not boxes by the way. For the most part they appear to be beliefs that perhaps Virkler grew out of. There is nothing wrong with realizing a belief has been unbiblical and leaving it. When we look here however there are some revealing "tells."

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