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I've watched the guy many times over the years, and drawing from that, it's safe to say this: His most foundational beliefs are pretty the same as those of a typical, Bible-believing, traditional Protestant. These include things like: The Bible is the inerrant Word of God. There is only one God, consisting of a Trinity: Father, Son (Jesus Christ), and Holy ...


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Having never heard of Andrew Wommack, I had to do some research. He is an American conservative charismatic TV evangelist and faith healer. One foundational belief is that the Bible is inspired and empowered by God, is infallible and is authoritative. It has to be the foundation of everything a Christian believes. He says: God's Word has to be the ...


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It is noticeable in scripture that the words σημεῖον, semeion, ('miracle' or 'sign') Strong 4592 and δύναμις, dunamis, ('miracle') Strong 1411 occur several times in the gospel accounts and the Acts of the Apostles, rarely in the early epistles of Paul, then never in the later epistles, and never in the pastoral epistles to Timothy and Titus. No instruction ...


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What is the biblical basis for hearing God's audible voice today? It seems that God spoke audibly at Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan by St. John the Baptist. 16As soon as Jesus was baptized, He went up out of the water. Suddenly the heavens were opened, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and resting on Him. 17And a voice from heaven said, “...


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