Charles Peter Wagner no longer wanted to be a nobody in the body of Christ > his research on the New Apostolic Reformation was getting old and he wanted to leave his mark on his nation
In 1993, his basic self-image was that of a teacher and a scholar > having a gift + calling of an apostle=> teacher-apostle=> apostle-teacher <+primary assignment from God = serve as an apostle.
by 1993 Ch.P.Wagner completed his transition out of cessationism (doctrine that spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues, prophecy and healing ceased with the apostolic age) by starting to believe in prophecy
In 1989 began a prophetic journal > transcribing + preserving some personal prophecies they began receiving from time to time
in 1995 Cindy Jacobs, an I-2 intercessor, said that the lord would said to her,
“My son, Peter, I put the anointing of apostle of prayer upon you. I put the mantle upon you of an Abraham, a patriarch, and I’m calling you forth into the land of promise.”
she prophesied over him more than once. According to God, Peter wasn’t just an Apostle, he was going to be an Apostle that would change the face of Christianity. (Funny how none of Jesus’ 12 Apostles were specially commissioned to change the face of Christianity…)
Margaret Moberly = I-3 intercessor, from the Dallas area said an apostolic door has been sovereignly opened for Wagner
“by the Lord Himself neither man nor demon will be able shut it.”
1998 GHM conference in Dallas, “Building Foundations for Revival,” using facility at Covenant Church
Charles Doolittle, one of their recognized intercessors, a six-foot-four muscular African-American police officer on the Glendale, California, police force, with an aggressive look on his face + holding a huge three-foot sword over Wagner his head! => since considered that time to be his prophetic ordination as an apostle.
The New Apostolic Roundtable
organized + led a group of around 20 vertical apostles, calling it the New Apostolic Roundtable (NAR)…
Charles Peter Wagner is famous for leading what is known as the New Apostolic Reformation.
Wagner was one of the most influential heretical figures last century in evangelicalism, encouraging Christians to convert to his NAR movement. In other words, he has been leading people away from the Christian faith into his ways of doing what he thinks is biblical Christianity.
However, in his attempt to invent his own NAR theology, Wagner has been proven to fail spectacularly. Not just once. Not just twice. Not even three times. We are talking about a man who has proven again and again why we as Christians should stick to the bible and not our own silly novelties. Whatever he touches or praises does not turn to gold but turns to shame, irony and embarrassment. Sometimes what he praises or endorses evolves into a scandal, cover-up or illegal activity.
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