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Sep 15, 2010

How did  Jefferson  know?

John F. Kennedy held a dinner in the white House for a group of the brightest minds in the nation at that time. He made this statement:

"This is perhaps the assembly of the most intelligence ever to gather at one time in the White House with the exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone."

Sep 14, 2010


Brannon Howse: September 14, 2010
Topic One: 2 John 9-10 tells us that a certain sign of a true Christian is that he abides in the doctrine of Christ. Topic Two: "The Fellowship" is an organization started in 1935 and they are best known as the sponsors of the "National Prayer Breakfast". U.S. Representatives and U.S. Senators reportedly live on the grounds of The Fellowship. Is this group, that reportedly takes a vow of secrecy, made up of members of Congress that believe in dominion theology? Topic Three: C. Peter Wagner is known as the founder of the New Apostolic Reformation that promotes Kingdom Theology and Dominion Theology. This belief system proclaims that Christians will take over America and the world politically, socially, and economically and usher in God's kingdom on earth. On today's program Brannon explains how the NAR fits with the goals and objective of people like Glenn Beck, Mormonism, and those pushing ecumenicalism. Those that make up the Emergent Church, Mormonism, dominion theology, social justice and The New Spirituality are all playing on the same team whether they know it or not. How are all these different religious groups merging to set the stage for the deception of the last days warned about in the Bible? Topic Four: C. Peter Wagner called for various religious groups to come together and called it the "The Third Wave". Wagner called for a merging of "conscientious Liberals, Evangelicals and Charismatic Pentecostals" along with Catholics. Wagner also called for a course in "Signs, Wonders and Church Growth". When the anti-Christ shows up performing "counterfeit miracles, signs and wonders" as the Bible says will occur, will many that follow this movement and many that follow pagan spirituality be eager to follow what they see as a real spiritual awakening? Topic Five: Like the Mormons, those practicing Wagner's brand of dominion theology are striving for a theocratic government that will usher in the Kingdom of God on earth. According to Despatch Magazine "Wagner is awaiting a 'critical mass' of Christians to arise to take over the political systems of the world." Topic Six: Like the Mormons, many that practice dominion theology, believe that America will face a huge financial and constitutional crisis and that a spiritual revival will come from the "prophets", "prophetess" and "apostles" that are handpicked by God for "anointing for business and other areas of society". Topic Six: Mormons believe that the Mormon Prophet is above the Bible and that the prophet receives new revelations from God that replace the old revelations. Those that practice Wager's brand of dominion theology believe in a rhema word of God. "The rhema is regarded as a more immediate word from God which we do not find in the 66 books of the Bible." In other words, they believe in extra Biblical revelations. Topic Seven: Those that practice pagan spirituality have for years been promoting the coming of the New Age or New Order. A NAR produced conference brochure stated that "this conference will cause the Body to understand God's 'new' order for this coming era." Topic Eight: Several, self-professed Christians have e-mailed Brannon to tell him that Satan is using him in his opposition to Glenn Beck's "spiritual" "revival" and "uniting of all faiths". True believers need to understand that when they defend Biblical truth they will be increasingly told they are bringing division and doing the work of the devil. A March 2001 article in the Plumbline reported, "When asked what he (Wagner) thought the main stumbling block would be, that would keep leaders from embracing the Apostolic Reformation, Wagner cites, 'a commitment to tradition amongst ministers.' Wagner states: 'I think that some are bound by religious forms and functions that are ineffective and I think in many cases it is demonic influence." Sound familiar? Now perhaps we know why "Christians" are telling Brannon he is doing the work of Satan by opposing the ecumenicalism that was being promoted by Glenn Beck and his 240 Christian leaders, pastors, apostles, prophets and imams?