Understanding the Times with Jan Markell
Will the Emergent Church Submerge Yours?
Jan's guest is Pastor Joseph Schimmel, producer of the cutting-edge new film, "The Submerging Church: How the Emerging Church is Drawing Multitudes Away from Biblical Christianity." The two consider many of the tentacles of this movement: Their sick doctrine of Hell, their mystical side, their Islamic sympathies, their view of eschatology, their uniting with evil, and much more. Jan plays seven revealing sound bytes of their leaders who consistently espouse heretical statements. The Emergent Church could submerge yours so you need this info! They also expose the Emergent's poster boy: Bono. Schimmel reveals Bono's sympathies for Alester Crowley, a renowned though deceased Satanist. In the audio Web bonus (see below), Jan and Joe discuss how all things "Purpose-Driven" relate to the Emergent Church. The discussion focuses on Rick Warren's PEACE Plan and on his "Daniel Plan" of 2011. Why would Warren want to unite with a movement that consistently blasphemes God? You can order the 3-4 hour DVD here. For more info on Schimmel, visit www.goodfight.org.
  • Saturday, August 18, 2012

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Wide Is The Gate - The Emerging New Christianity - Vol. 3 - DVD

By Caryl Matrisciana        2 disc set

Veteran filmmaker Caryl Matrisciana takes a close look at the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), the Third Wave, the Manifest Sons of God, Bethel Church in Redding, CA, IHOP, Kingdom Now (Dominionism), Word of Faith, Fresh Fire, holy laughter, “drunk in the spirit,” and other movements in the church that are concerning. Hear  testimonies from some who have left these streams. While many call these movements the new “revival,” others call it apostasy. You view and decide for yourself. The 5-hours of production scenes are stunning, gripping, and troubling but it’s info you need to know to contend for the faith and to protect your church from the influence of false teaching. 

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