References:Mike Oppenheimer and Jan discuss the theology of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR). Are the self-proclaimed apostles today functioning as they did in Bible times? Why are they different and thus proclaim a different gospel? Their leaders say we can return the earth to a "Garden of Eden" stage and that Christ won't return until they do. They will accomplish it through spiritual warfare, signs and wonders. C. Peter Wagner is the head of this movement and most participants who are also in authority are named. Some denominations are sounding a warning to their people about the NAR, including the Assemblies of God. www.letusreason.org
For the Christian, death is but a transition to a better life. Dr. Ron Rhodes’ book considers many of the aspects of Heaven but it also sounds a warning about Hell. If you are a believer, you can have confidence that we will be leaving the chaos of today’s world for a far better life in Heaven. It will also challenge you to win to Christ those in your life who are spiritually lost as the implications of Hell are enormous. It also considers “near death experiences.” Can these be legitimate?