“Bill Johnson it is time for the Church to hear a defining statement which is spoken in clear facts so you can be numbered and marked if you continue to teach the Kenosis Hersey. If you believe Jesus Christ was just a man in the incarnation, you join the false teachers of antiquity who are the numbered of the heretics. To be marked and avoided as demanded by Church history, as you have been judged by Church Fathers, and present days saints who have tried the spirit, and found you in a spirit of error.”
(Jeff Maples – Reformation Charlotte) The entire charismatic movement is a false movement attributed to the Holy Spirit by those who adhere to the teachings of the movement….
While the charismatic movement has a broad range of beliefs and practices — ranging from serious error to rank heresy — within the movement, the unifying factor of the movement is the belief in the continuation of the apostolic sign gifts, such as tongues, prophecy, and the gift of healing.
One charismatic preacher, however, recently called out Bill Johnson of Bethel Church in Redding, CA for “denying Christ in the flesh,” and denying His divinity. Don Pirozok, according to his website, has been involved in charismatic ministry for years and is a supporter of Todd Bentley.