(Holly Pivec) Leaders in NAR, such as the “apostles” Randy Clark and Bill Johnson, often take pains to distance their organizations from extreme teachings and practices (even though they promote extreme teachings and practices themselves). So it is noteworthy when they consort with individuals whose views are quite radical, and when they do so without expressing any concerns or misgivings. If they really do not tolerate or promote extreme teachings themselves, then how is it that an “apostle” like Ian Carroll, founder of Building Contenders, can join the Bethel Leaders Network (overseen by Bill Johnson), teach about apostles with Bethel senior leaders (such as Danny Silk and Paul Manwaring), as well as have them endorse his book (As it is in Heaven), and get invited by the influential “apostle” John Arnott to come to the stage and speak during a high-profile NAR event (Catch the Fire’s 20th Anniversary Celebration)?…
And how is it that Carroll is invited to teach at a church in Randy Clark’s apostolic network, Global Awakening?
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