DURING MY reading on the Dominionist movement this year, I noticed that one book kept popping up in footnotes, cited by researchers studying this heresy. Vengeance Is Ours: The Church In Dominion, published in 1990, was an early warning call to the church about a group of self-appointed, self-anointed apostles
THE ELECTION of Barack Obama has prompted a visceral response from conservatives in America. The tea-party movement has a strong appeal to conservative Christians, who respond to the movement’s call for smaller government that abides by the Constitution. But within that movement are those who seek to remake the Earth
THEY CALL themselves Christians but the mythology underlying their beliefs has little to do with Christ. To Dominionists, Jesus’ return to Earth is on hold, waiting for us to conquer it first. Dr. Orrel Steinkamp has been watching and writing about Dominion theology for nearly 15 years, and he says
Sarah Leslie of Discernment Ministries, joined us to talk about the New Apostolic Reformation–its history, its beliefs, and the links between these new apostles, mainstream evangelicals, and political power brokers.
Jackie Alnor, author of The Fleecing of Christianity, discusses the false prophets, self-appointed apostles, and lying signs and wonders of the New Apostolic Reformation–and the developing alliance with leading mainstream evangelicals.