A Different Gospel has 5 ratings and 1 review: Published by Hendrickson, Paperback. A Different Gospel (). 20 Apr When Hendrickson released D.R. McConnell’s A Different Gospel, it seemed as though this “definitive work” had. This updated edition features a foreword by Hank Hanegraaff and an afterword by McConnell. Softcover from Hendrickson. A Different Gospel () .
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A Different Gospel
McConnell, a Charismatic minister and e.r.mcconnell of Oral Roberts University, seeks to disclose the true father of the Word of Faith movement and its inherently cultic roots of origin through his work, A Different Gospel. Jesse L marked it as to-read Dec 12, McConnell argues that due to the similarities between Faith teachings and Metaphysical teachings that they are inherently the same doctrine. However, goxpel thought fails to reveal the distinct differences between the two doctrines and never clearly identifies what is purely faith teaching.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. McConnell, while not Pentecostal in theology, is a graduate of Oral Roberts X and supports his claims through sound biblical doctrine and methodical historical research.
Metaphysical cults view God as an impersonal principle and not as gospep personal being that operates by faith that Faith theology teaches. A more objective look at the distinct differences of the two groups would possibly lead to a more solid and profound association.
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Account Options Sign in. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Specifically, were all if any of the cultic ties present in the Faith churches attended? My library Help Advanced Book Search. To see what your friends thought of this book, differenf sign up.
Central to the focus of the work are McConnell’s efforts to prove that both the “roots and the fruits” of the Faith movement teach a different gospel contrary to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Even if we grant goslel the effects of such ideas are similar, diferent root cause is quite different. When Hendrickson released D. He is also an academically trained observer who has based his work on careful historical and biblical analysis. Mitchell Elliott marked it as to-read Sep 02, This updated edition features a foreword by Hank Hanegraaff and an afterword by McConnell.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. However, efforts have failed between Hagin and Copeland, and in d.r.mcconnel, eyes of many, Kenneth Copeland is the “new” father of the Faith movement. Through well- documented research, he begins to reveal the gos;el departures from Christian Orthodoxy.
The work specifically addresses biblical errors that followers of the Faith movement would likely be able to associate with and learn the truth of the doctrine and its inherent fallacies.
McConnell, The Sower 8, no. This new and revised edition is complete with a foreword by Hank Hanegraaff, author of “Christianity in Crisis,” and a new afterward by D.
Log In Sign Up. Furthermore, McConnell makes broader appeals to the evangelical and charismatic movements for a profound commitment to sola scriptura and sound exegesis to bring about doctrinal reformation. A Different Gospela book for the heart and the mind, is must reading for those who seek reliable information about the Word of Faith movement.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Product Description A Different Gospela book for the heart and the mind, is must reading for those who seek reliable information about the Word of Faith movement. Return to Book Page. McConnell warns of the movement’s cultic nature in its doctrine of healing and its understanding of the atonement and demonstrates how far the movement’s doctrine of prosperity is from Scripture’s true teaching.
A Different Gospel 4. Refresh and try again. Specially for those, like me, that was at one time in the Pentecostal church because this is moving into them very quickly.
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Skip to main content. Overall, McConnell has established a firm critique of the Faith movement and affirmed this reviewer’s decision to disassociate with the D.r.kcconnell movement. Critical to this point is the author’s revelation of the Kenyon Connection.
Open Preview See a Problem? While good intentions abound amongst the Faith movement, McConnell details that these heretical doctrines continue to lead towards cultic practices and a serious departure from Christian orthopraxy.
This syncretistic blend of thought proffered by Kenyon became the fundamentals of the Faith movement and promoted worldwide by the likes of Kenneth Hagin. Differemt to Read saving…. Published by Hendrickson, D.r.jcconnell. If you do not have the reader, click on the ‘Get Acrobat Reader’ button to obtain it.
McConnell did graduate work at Oral Roberts University in theological and historical studies.