History of the NAR cult infiltrating the marketplace.

Since beginnings of New Order of the Latter Rain cult, Branham’s influence left its mark on many in this New Order – that is, Apostles and leaders of the New Apostolic Reformation. Not just in the church but in ‘marketplace ministries’.

  1. from 1930 to 1977 a focus on evangelism to the marketplace
  2. 1990s focused on ‘Social Transformation’
    Henry Blackaby, Billy Graham (BOLR/NAR adherent) + NAR Apostles such as C. Peter Wagner + Ed Silvoso helped shape NAR’s influence in the marketplace.
  3. ‘reclaim the seven mountains of culture’.  – seven spheres
    Bill Bright.jpg1974 Bill Bright + Lorren Cunningham > seven mind-moulders, or gates, or mountains that define culture.

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FGBMFI = Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International > influences + roots in theology + associations of William Branham + the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) cult.

Branham “worked closely” with FGBMFI leader Demos Shakarian

Branham = keynote speaker at number of FGBMFI meetings

FGBMFI played crucial role in kick-starting Charismatic Renewal + shared Branham’s skepticism about benefits of denominationalism,

FGBMFI aimed at church laity > Healing Revival

FGBMFI promoted “faith teachers”

Matthew Tallman = leading chronicler of FGBMFI

significant players in formation of the Latter Rain movement: T.L. Osborne, Jack Coe, A.A. Allen, and David Duplessis also instrumental in formation + growth of the FGMBFI

1953 Demos Chakarian invites Carlton Spencer (then-president of Elim Bible Institute)

 

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Since the beginnings of the New Order of the Latter Rain cult, Branham’s influence has left its mark on many in this New Order – that is, Apostles and leaders of the New Apostolic Reformation. Not just in the church but in ‘marketplace ministries’. Os Hillman gives us a fascinating history of the development on how this cult tried to influence the culture back in the 1950s.

In saying this, there are some things worth noting in this video that confirm the NOLR influence from 1951 onwards:

  1. His mention of FGBMFI in 1951 (read excerpt at the end of this article to see how it is deeply connected to the Latter Rain cult).
  2. He pits the Christian gospel against the NAR gospel: “So all throughout this period we see from 1930 to 1977 a focus on evangelism to the marketplace. These men [inaudible] came to know Christ. And when…

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