video March 12, 2018 NAR C. Peter Wagner teaching its key doctrine of Dominionism Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post apostledoctrinedominionismkeynarpeterteachingwagner PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleScripture and the Authority of God – Napkin Zusammenfassung Next articleMinistry in a digital age? Is it even possible? 5 Comments Reply March 12, 2018 Varnel Watson So this is the message conference and point when Wagner proceeds with dominion theology. Largely pre-mil theology has been employed by NAR prior, mainly because of the association with AG churches – and by association here is meant NAR theology allowed and proponed among AG churches via books, tapes and manuals. Now, however, NAR is stepping into producing apostles which are not well received in our AG churches. This creates a conflict in theology and praxis. This conflict Wagner resolves through stepping into straight DOMINION theology using materials from – Garry North with the fake PhD – Rousas Rushdoony and his Christian Reconstructionism – Greg Bahnsen – whose contribution I have never been able to figure out, except for riding the wave of the presuppositional method of Van Til All elements of this move were promoted largely via CBN and Pat Robertson network Reply March 12, 2018 Dan Irving Wagner’s/NAR’s/Wimber’s/Clark’s, etc. etc. anti-Pentecostal pneumatology should have caused the AG to slam the door abruptly upon it at the very outset. But the AG was apparently not sufficiently steadfast in the Pentecostal truth entrusted to it. Now, we have a real mess. Reply March 14, 2018 Varnel Watson lam the door they did but opened for Bentley, Brown etc Reply September 30, 2019 Mike Partyka When you have a “church” who creates so called apostles it will always cause issues. There will always be a “god told me” quote that raises eyebrows Reply September 30, 2019 Varnel Watson Mike Partyka dont GOD call apostles? Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.