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Counterfeit Revival: Unmasking the Truth Behind the World Wide Counterfeit… (edition 1997)

by Hank Hanegraaff (Author)

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Hank Hanegraaff documents the danger of looking for God in all the wrong places and goes behind the scenes into the wildly popular and bizarre world of contemporary revivalism. Hanegraaff masterfully exposes the stark contrast between these deeds of the flesh and a genuine work of the Spirit by contrasting modern "revivals" with the scriptural examples of God's movement among His people.… (more)
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Title:Counterfeit Revival: Unmasking the Truth Behind the World Wide Counterfeit Revival
Authors:Hank Hanegraaff (Author)
Info:W Pub Group (1997), Edition: 1st, 336 pages
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  journeyguy | Apr 2, 2013 |
NO OF PAGES: 315 SUB CAT I: Cults SUB CAT II: SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Hank Hanegraaff documents the danger of looking for God in all the wrong places and goes behind the scenes into the wildly popular and bizarre world of contemporary revivalism. Hanegraaff masterfully exposes the stark contrast between these deeds of the flesh and a genuine work of the Spirit by contrasting modern "revivals" with the scriptural examples of God's movement among His people.NOTES: Donated anonymously. SUBTITLE: Looking for God in all the wrong places
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
This book was not nearly as good as Christianity in Crisis. It seems thrown together and lacks the academic prowess of the other. Mr. Hanegraaff seems to have lost a bit of his bite but does reveal in the first few pages, although I'm sure inadvertantly, a bit of what is wrong with the entire Calvary Chapel movement. After reading this I began to see the serious errors within Calvary Chapel and the fact that Chuck Smith's inaction against those who are in serious theological error (peril of the soul seems to mean nothing to the man) resulted in yet another false church. Within months of reading this book I left the Calvary Chapel movement entirely. ( )
  balletmom | Nov 30, 2005 |
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Hank Hanegraaff documents the danger of looking for God in all the wrong places and goes behind the scenes into the wildly popular and bizarre world of contemporary revivalism. Hanegraaff masterfully exposes the stark contrast between these deeds of the flesh and a genuine work of the Spirit by contrasting modern “revivals€? with the scriptural examples of God's movement among His people.
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Hank Hanegraaff documents the danger of looking for God in all the wrong places and goes behind the scenes into the wildly popular and bizarre world of contemporary revivalism. Hanegraaff masterfully exposes the stark contrast between these deeds of the flesh and a genuine work of the Spirit by contrasting modern "revivals" with the scriptural examples of God's movement among His people.

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