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Brannon Howse
Aired Monday, October 20
Brannon Howse: Aired October 20, 2014
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Tim Wildmon of the American Family Association and American Family Radio interviews, and promotes the book of, false teacher Bill Johnson of Bethel Church. Hear the audio clips of the two of them talking. This is the same Bill Johnson that talks about feathers following out of the sky, gold dust falling on people and a glory cloud appearing in his church auditorium. And now he appears on AFA/AFR to promote his book Experiencing the Impossible. Listen as Johnson takes Mathew 10 out of context to call for Christians to do the works that Jesus commissioned the Apostles to do. Listen as Tim Wildmon, who seems to have no Bible knowledge to refute the false teaching of Johnson, claims that the question of signs and wonders is really a seminary discussion. One reason evangelicalism is in the mess it is today is because non-discerning evangelical leaders seem to think a very basic doctrinal question and discussion is seminary level. Brannon and Justin discuss from the Scriptures why people today cannot perform signs and wonders as the Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ did. Furthermore, as the Apostolic Age was coming to an end upon the completion of the New Testament Canon and the completion of the laying down of foundational doctrine of the New Testament Church, the Apostles themselves began to lose the ability to heal. Why is Tim Wildmon having a theological conversation with a false teacher and promoting his book? Topic: Why does America not need more religious broadcasters but Biblical broadcasters? Topic: We take your calls.

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Hello friends - there was a mix-up on this week's program. I sincerely apologize for a repeat program being posted. We should be back on track now. The move to Idaho has left me most unorganized. At any rate, let's continue our study into biblical hermeneutics. It's one of the most well known verses in the Old Testament: "If My people who are called by My name..." 2 Chronicles 7:14. Many Christians take this verse and apply it to the United States or whichever country in which they happen to reside. It has become a popular verse both in the realm of religion and that of politics. Does this verse encompass the United States as, for example, Joseph Farah asserts? Can we take promises God made to Israel and make blanket application to ourselves or our home country? We will look at this question and utilize other texts (Scripture interpreting Scripture) to come to a biblical understanding of this question. (Hint: No, we can't) What about texts such as Isaiah 54:17 which says that "no weapon formed against you will prosper" and then appears to give a universal application by saying "This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord." Surely a promise such as this has a broader application than that of Israel, correct? Aren't all Christians "servants of the Lord"? How can we know what applies to us and what does not? We will examine this question and, hopefully, answer it!

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Tim Wildmon of the American Family Association and American Family Radio interviews, and promotes the book of, false teacher Bill Johnson of Bethel Church. Hear the audio clips of the two of them talking. This is the same Bill Johnson that talks about feathers following out of the sky, gold dust falling on people and a glory cloud appearing in his church auditorium. And now he appears on AFA/AFR to promote his book Experiencing the Impossible. Listen as Johnson takes Mathew 10 out of context to call for Christians to do the works that Jesus commissioned the Apostles to do. Listen as Tim Wildmon, who seems to have no Bible knowledge to refute the false teaching of Johnson, claims that the question of signs and wonders is really a seminary discussion. One reason evangelicalism is in the mess it is today is because non-discerning evangelical leaders seem to think a very basic doctrinal question and discussion is seminary level. Brannon and Justin discuss from the Scriptures why people today cannot perform signs and wonders as the Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ did. Furthermore, as the Apostolic Age was coming to an end upon the completion of the New Testament Canon and the completion of the laying down of foundational doctrine of the New Testament Church, the Apostles themselves began to lose the ability to heal. Why is Tim Wildmon having a theological conversation with a false teacher and promoting his book? Topic: Why does America not need more religious broadcasters but Biblical broadcasters? Topic: We take your calls.

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