William DeArteaga on the Anglican Tradition in Healing

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William DeArteaga Please share about your new book and the Anglican Tradition in Healing

William DeArteaga [08/06/2015 7:46 AM]
It is in process, but I have already written two articles on the topic as blog posting in the “Anglican Pentecostal” the first of which is: http://anglicalpentecostal.blogspot.com/2013/09/a-wedge-into-cessationism-anglican.html?_sm_au_=iMVSSTjskLQkD5kj

Pentecostal Theology [08/06/2015 7:49 AM]
What is the premise of Anglican theology and the doctrine of sanctification?


  • Walter Polasik
    Reply February 12, 2018

    Walter Polasik

    While I enjoyed DeArteaga’s “Quenching the Spirit” thoroughly, I must say I’m rather puzzled by the connexion (doncha love that Brit spelling?) between Anglicanism, which is a hold-over of Catholicism, and the genuine working of the Holy Spirit in divine healing. This has been a Pentecostal problem with Charismaticism for some time now. It’s the fact that churches which did NOT teach the necessity of the New Birth or who defined it as a process rather than a definite, one-time experience, then went on to appropriate another experiential, inward work of the Spirit (the Baptism) as if the New Birth did not define becoming a Christian. Francis McNutt has a similar approach and talks about divine healing in the Catholic tradition as if the teachings of the Catholic Church and its well-known persecution of born-again, Protestant (and Anabaptist) Christians doesn’t impinge on the kind of gospel that church preaches (a false gospel centered on the church and good works and not Jesus) and what it stands for. Anglicanism as well, (to my knowledge) never preached the New Birth (hence the need for the Methodist movement of the Weskeys and Edwards and Whitfield’s departure from traditional, stock Anglicanism per se). I’d like brother DeArteaga to address that issue (discrepancy) if he would.

  • Troy Day
    Reply February 12, 2018

    Troy Day

    Scotty Searan I was raised conservative Pentecostal and belong to a conservative Pentecostal church BUT if our anglican brothers want the Spirit and healing I got no problem with that

  • Scotty Searan
    Reply February 12, 2018

    Scotty Searan

    The Holiness people don’t have a patent on the Holy Ghost. The Anglican, if they are searching for the real thing, they will get the real thing. God will lead them in the paths of righteousness.
    There are a lot of things I didn’t know about the Holy Ghost and His working that I am still learning about. I do believe it will be in Guidelines set forth in I Corinthians chapters 12-14.

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