“O’Brien’s “prophetic declaration” here that allowing women to preach is a move of the Holy Spirit is grossly disingenuous and outright blasphemous.”
(Reformation Charlotte) You may remember a few months ago as we reported on the saga of the supposed “outpouring of the Holy Spirit” at Asbury during the month of February. While many of the same hyper-charismatic blowhards were absolutely sure that the event was genuine—despite the fact that it platformed homosexuals and promoted a lot of false teachings and affirmed various false religious movements—perhaps none were as vocal as Southern Baptist pastor, Malachi O’Brien.
During the event, Malachi O’Brien, a former Southern Baptist Convention 2nd Vice President, pointed to Mike Bickle, a notorious false teacher and blasphemer who made some obscure “prophecy” about changing the understanding of Christianity, as evidence of the Holy Spirit moving at Asbury.
CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as Mike Bickle