By R.Douglas Geivett, Holly Pivec
This critique offers a framework for knowing and analyzing the frequent yet little-known New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) stream. because the authors nation within the preface: "We write this publication with significant objectives in brain. First, to offer humans an concept of the sheer measurement and achieve of the NAR stream. And moment, to systematize its key teachings and practices and review them at the foundation of Scripture and cautious reasoning … . In our judgment, the NAR viewpoint crosses those barriers [that is, convinced large parameters, published in Scripture and practiced within the historic orthodox church], and it does so partially as a result of incorrect theology rooted in a mistaken knowing of Scripture. we want to warn readers a few attainable confusion: a few critics have associated the NAR stream with mainstream Pentecostalism and charismatics. we don't do that. in reality, it's our rivalry that the NAR move deviates from classical Pentecostal and charismatic teachings. This circulate has emerged out of self sufficient charismatic church buildings and, hence, has won a foothold in lots of of these church buildings in various degrees."
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After faithfully fulfilling these responsibilities, the perpetuation of apostolic activity was no longer needed or provided for within the church. Other Protestants apply the term apostle to an additional class of individuals, namely, the great missionaries who were first to take the gospel to foreign lands. For example, William Carey and Hudson Taylor have been referred to as apostles in this more restricted sense of the word. And individuals today who plant churches are also sometimes thought of as apostles.
An apostle will lead the church in spiritual warfare. An apostle will teach. An apostle will impart God’s blessings in others (including spiritual gifts154). An apostle will initiate and carry out projects by strategizing and fundraising. An apostle will complete projects by bringing them to desired conclusions. An apostle will equip others for ministry. An apostle will send out others who are equipped to fulfill their roles in expanding the kingdom of God. An apostle will raise up future leadership.
Some NAR leaders who are influential in broader evangelicalism include Mike Bickle (IHOP), Lou Engle (The Call), and Bill Johnson (Bethel Church in Redding, California). Bickle’s influence is growing to such an extent that conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by IHOP have featured well-known evangelicals, including the late philosopher Dallas Willard,85 apologist Josh McDowell,86 and Bible teacher Francis Chan. 87 Of course, simply because Willard, McDowell, Chan, or the members of Third Day accepted an invitation to appear at a conference does not mean that they share in the outlook of these NAR leaders.