#320 Book Review of Michael Brown’s ‘Playing With Holy Fire’

On tonight’s programme we review Michael Brown’s latest book which claims to be ‘a wake-up call to the Pentecostal-Charismatic Church’. Is it? How orthodox was ‘the Brownville Revival’? Who is Randy Clark, who endorsed and wrote the foreword for the book? Who was Smith Wigglesworth? Brown speaks highly of him as a great example to follow from Pentecostal church history. What is to blame for the error within the movement? Charismatic theology itself, or a poor understanding of the gifts the movement claims are still in operation?

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#305 Michael Brown, Oneness Pentecostalism and Sid Roth’s Violent Baby ‘Healing’ Story

On tonight’s programme we look at some comments Michael Brown recently made on how it’s debatable, within the body of Christ, if belief in the Trinity is really a necessary doctrine to be believed to be a Christian. We also examined a story Sid Roth tells of a man who healed a baby by kicking it. Michael Brown has been friends with Sid Roth since 1984. Will Brown denounce this?

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#285 Textus Receptus, Critical Text and the Preservation of God’s Word (Jeff Riddle Interview)

We are joined on today’s programme by Jeff Riddle, who is the minister of Christ Reformed Baptist Church, Louisa, Virginia. What are the differences between the Textus Receptus, the Majority Text and the Critical Text of the Greek New Testament? Does the issue really matter? What do the Reformed confessions teach about this issue? How does it impact our trust in God’s Holy Word?