(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Finally—it happened. Internet pastor Mike Winger called Bill Johnson a heretic for the crime of having Kenneth Copeland speak at Bethel Church. His eyes were opened that Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton would proudly associate with this blatant heretic whose promise of faith healing could not sustain his own heart from requiring a pacemaker. This endorsement undermines the complete, in tact gospel he once thought they held.
This is the article we should be writing and hope to eventually write one day. It should not be surprising that hyper-charismatic Bethel Church, which monetizes healing and prophecy with new age practices through carnality and a school of ministry, would partner with Kenneth Copeland, who also peddles miracle healings with his own “bible school” while he flies around on a private jet….
According to Johnson, “the lord” told him to partner with one of the largest prosperity preachers as a means of monetizing his audience—I mean, fostering a deeper connection. Let’s be honest, it is not about the gospel, but about the money from audience crossover. Bethel is notorious for new age scams, false prophecies, and fake miracles, all while Bill Johnson articulates his false NAR theology. For Winger, he will actually label Copeland as a heretic, so maybe this will open his eyes regarding Bill Johnson.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains those to mark and avoid (Rom 16:17-18) such as the people mentioned in the article.
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