That Was Then

Yes, this talk by Phil Johnson lasts for a little over an hour, but you could always listen to it while you clean house or work on the car. It addresses several assumptions of Charismatic theology much better than I could.

Author: DebbieLynne

Most importantly I belong to the Lord Jesus Christ. Secondarily, I'm married to my wonderful husband, John. We've both used wheelchairs since childhood (he from Polio and me from Cerebral Palsy). I type with a headstick because I can't control my hands. I enjoy reading, creating digital art, and exploring Boston with John.

6 thoughts on “That Was Then”

  1. Thank you DebbieLynne, this truly is an excellent presentation on this. I consider myself a Dutch Reform Protestant, although I don’t tightly hold to everything in that denomination, but was concerned that many Protestants, particularly the reform Protestants (in the spirit of the Lord’s corrections to some of the 7 churches in the book of Revelation) had this one problem of denying that the Lord is still actively involved in the ministry and ministering of the church.

    After the 50 minute mark, probably many charismatics if they would listen to Pastor Johnson at all would have given up long before this point, he differentiates between miracles and God’s providential power, and that the regenerating power of salvation and sanctification are indeed miraculous. I was very glad to hear him say this and learn we are on the same page on this topic.

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