Michael L. Brown wrote an article recently called “Gullibility, the Great Sin of the Charismatic Church” for Charisma. What does it reveal and expose about Brown and the Charismatic movement?
Are the healing and altar call experiences seen in Charismatic and Revivalist meetings genuine? Can they be produced by preachers with certain tricks? How can people be manipulated into believing something that is not true? Are there similarities between hypnosis shows and charismatic meetings? What are the dangers of such a deception?
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Paul discusses the support given for the so-called “prophecies” of Malachy, the book of Enoch, 2012 theories, and other spurious works, among many professing Christians. He also looks at the Biblical reasons for, and the appropriate responses that any believer should give to, anything that diminishes from God’s Glory.