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WANDERING STARS: Contending for the Faith with the New Apostles and Prophets Paperback – 2 Dec 2011

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  • Paperback: 312 pages
  • Publisher: Solid Ground Christian Books (2 Dec. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1599253178
  • ISBN-13: 978-1599253176
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.8 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,249,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is one of the best books I've read in a long time. Believers have been repeatedly warned in the Bible that in the Last Days a huge number of false prophets and teachers will arise. THEY ARE HERE. I am by background a Pentecostal / Charismatic, but I tremble for much of what is going on these days in the charismatic world. So many people have been captivated by a quest for supernatural manifestation that they have turned away from the solid ground of Scripture and have put their faith in the words of man instead. Totally unverifiable pronouncements from the mouths of mere men (and women) now govern their decisions and worldview.
In the midst of all this madness Keith Gibson speaks words of balance and common sense. It must have been a long and wearisome process to immerse himself in the teachings of the Prophetic movement, but he deserves great thankfulness for having done so in order to bring a voice of sanity to the madhouse.
i personally found the appendix (number 2) on "the Occultic mindset of spiritual warfare" highly thought-provoking and, if you're reading this Keith, I would encourage you to develop that line of thought, for there is a lot more which could be said. And I think you are well placed to say it.
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This is a very good overview of the Apostles and Prophets Movement, and shows just how far this whole teaching has permeated through the church. An unexpected observation is how the Word Faith teaching which is behind all of this magnifies man and makes the will of God being fulfilled extremely dependent on man. It is almosat as if God cannot do without us.

I think that Keith focusses too much on Rick Joyner - he has good reason tho highlight Joyner's errant teaching, but there are times where it seems that only Joyner has been guilty of false teaching. He is also a little light on contemplative prayer, although that is a subject in its own right.

If you want a good overview of the Word Faith/Apostles and Prophets/Dominion Theology/Kingdom Now scene, this book is highly recommended/
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Overall this is an excellent and comprehensive explanation of the background, philosophy and thinking behind the so called New Apostolic and Prophetic (NAM&P) movement that has arisen on the fringes of the Charismatic Movement but, as with other similar movements arising within the broader spectrum of 'evangelicalism', it has spread its influence into far wider areas. It is well documented from original sources and anticipates objections that the adherents of the NAM&P will undoubtedly throw up to the perceived criticism (made from a Biblical standpoint) in this book. Even if, as I suspect, the author takes a cessationist position re the spiritual gifts, he has very wisely resisted the temptation (unlike some other well known authors) to 'take sides' on this issue and therefore he has given us a very even handed look at the subject which Pentecostal and Charismatic Christians should be able to read without being offended by an prejudiced anti-Pentecostal bias. In fact I would recommend that this book should be read widely by fellow Christians in Charismatic and Pentecostal movements (especially leaders and pastors) as it contains much to guard them from getting drawn into false teachings. I can say this as I have some personal experience in this area, especially with the 'Manifest Sons of God' teachings so a lot of what Craig Branch describes and analyses certainly resonated with me.
There are some minor points that I would perhaps disagree with the author's conclusions; also the book would have benefited from some tighter editing and elimination of typos at some points which is why I've given it 4 stars rather than 5. Plus, as with many books of this type that are going to be used as reference as well as being read from cover to cover an index would prove invaluable.
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