Recently, the chief apologist for the modern movement of the ancient Montanist heresy, the charismatic movement, challenged theologian and Christian apologist, Justin Peters to a discussion on “divine healings.” Michael Brown published the challenge in response to Peters’ challenge to Brown’s defense of false prophets, heretics, and the continuation of the apostolic sign gifts.
Here is the video of Brown’s challenge.
Justin Peters responded to the challenge with a video of his own whereby he accuses Brown of lacking discernment and not meeting the qualifications of the pastorate as laid out in Scripture. Peters went on to point out many of the particular ways in which Brown apologizes for false prophets such as Todd White, Kenneth Copeland, Todd Bentley, and Benny Hinn, who Peters says “intentionally deceives people.”
Bottom line, Peters accuses Brown of knowingly partaking in the unfruitful deeds of darkness coming out of the Evangelical charismatic movement and being complicit in his refusal to acknowledge the dangerous heresies rampant in the movement.
Watch Peters response in full below.
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