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  • ISBN-13: 9780768430547
  • Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/28/2009
  • Edition description: Expanded Edition
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted October 29, 2011

    A Practical Guide to Apostasy

    In this book, "When Heaven Invades Earth," Bill Johnson teaches New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) doctrine, a teaching denounced as heresy by the Assemblies of God (A/G) in 1948. This teaching includes Dominionism - that Adam lost dominion of the world to Satan, Jesus won it back, and it's up to the church to wrestle it from Satan [pp 31-33 (all page #s from 1st edition)]. Integral to NOLR doctrine is the Manifested Sons of God (MSoG) teaching which includes diminishing Jesus Christ to a mere man having surrendered His divinity when the Word became flesh (at the Incarnation) and subsequently re-attaining His deity at the Resurrection. This is by virtue of the heretical kenosis doctrine (self-emptying) using Philippians 2:5-7 as a proof-text [p 79, footnote 3 corresponding to p 85]. In "His self-imposed restriction to live as a man" [p 29], Johnson claims that Jesus "had NO supernatural capabilities whatsoever" [p 29] clearly reducing Jesus to a man given that God is in very essence supernatural. Even though Johnson makes the statement, "[w]hile He is 100 percent God, He chose to live with the same limitations that man would face once He [sic?] was redeemed" [p 29] Johnson negates this with "He had No supernatural capabilities whatsoever" and "He laid his [sic] divinity aside as He sought to fulfill the assignment given to Him by the Father." [p 79]. One could construe Johnson's "while He is 100 percent God" as present tense as opposed to past tense (during the Incarnation) especially in light of his numerous statements pronouncing Christ's humanity at the expense of His deity. This reduction of Jesus Christ's deity is crucial to MSoG doctrine as Jesus "became the model" [p 29] for all to follow "to do as He did and become as He was" [p 138] in order to attain our own divinity as fully manifested sons (and daughters) of God. This glorification of mankind is spoken of on page 145, "As a sculptor looks at a model and fashions the clay into its likeness, so the Holy Spirit looks to the glorified Son and shapes us into His image. As He is, so are we in this world." According to NOLR doctrine, Jesus can only return once the 'church' body receives this perfection as his recent tweet on August 20, 2011 illustrates: "Jesus is returning for a bride whose body is in equal proportion to her head." Bill Johnson is leading many into apostasy and my heart grieves for these. May the Lord have mercy upon us all.

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