A Different Gospel has 5 ratings and 1 review: Published by Hendrickson, Paperback. A Different Gospel (). 20 Apr When Hendrickson released D.R. McConnell’s A Different Gospel, it seemed as though this “definitive work” had. This updated edition features a foreword by Hank Hanegraaff and an afterword by McConnell. Softcover from Hendrickson. A Different Gospel () .

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Overall, McConnell has established a firm critique of the Faith movement and affirmed this reviewer’s decision to disassociate with the Faith movement.

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Click here to sign up. McConnell See larger photo. If you do not have the reader, click on the ‘Get Acrobat Reader’ button to obtain it. The above links require the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Specially for those, like me, that was at one time in the Pentecostal church because this is moving into them very quickly. But McConnell takes it further and demonstrates that Kenyon fits neither the Pentecostal nor Wesleyan-Holiness movements of his day. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a z link.

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A Different Gospel is a bold and revealing examination of the biblical and historical basis of this movement. Do you like what you are divferent My library Help Advanced Book Search.

No trivia or quizzes yet. McConnell does well to demonstrate how this syncretism and Hagin’s dependence on Kenyon’s work emulates through the Faith movement as evidenced through their doctrines.


From diffwrent Gnostic view of revelation, deistic view of God, demonic view of Jesus, and metaphysical view of salvation, the doctrines of the Word of Faith movement trace their errancy to the syncretistic blending of metaphysical thought with biblical doctrine. He is also an academically trained observer who has based his work on careful historical and biblical analysis.

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McConnell warns of the movement’s cultic nature in its doctrine of healing and its understanding of the atonement and demonstrates how far the movement’s doctrine of prosperity is from Scripture’s true teaching.

The author knows the movement first hand and has a heart for those snared by it. Return to Ditferent Page. A Different Gospela book for the heart and the mind, is must reading for those who seek reliable information about the Word of Faith movement. Having been a member of a Word of Faith Church previously, McConnell’s book has raised additional questions and answered many others for this reviewer.

J trio PMR logo x Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Steven Buchanan marked it as dd.r.mcconnell Aug 14, David Addiss marked it as to-read Aug 21, Find Retailers Near You. McConnell, an unwavering supporter and participant in the charismatic renewal and a charismatic minister in Holland, approaches the Faith movement through an objective lens and posits a noteworthy rebuttal.

A Different Gospel has 5 ratings and 1 review: Truly, any further critique of the Faith movement will have to build on what McConnell has done.

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McConnell appeals to the Faith movement to recant their cultic presuppositions and practices and return to a biblically founded theology. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. McConnell, A Different Differemt We are ALL responsible for what we allow others to teach us. McConnell argues that due to the similarities between Faith teachings and Metaphysical teachings that they are inherently the same doctrine. Is Gospl Alcohol a Sin?


This new and revised edition is complete with a foreword by Hank Hanegraaff, author of Christianity in Crisisand a new afterward by D. McConnell did graduate work at Oral Roberts University in theological and historical studies.

Specifically, McConnell draws attention to the Doctrine of Identification, which details the two deaths of Jesus, the “spiritual death” followed by the “physical death.

Every Christian should read this book in order to be aware of the dangerous implications of the widespread and cultic “Word of Faith” movement preaching Joshua Jenkins marked it as to-read Dec 08, Susan Johnson marked it as to-read Feb 19, Time is running out and just as Mathew 7: The author knows gosel movement first vy and has a heart for those snared by it.

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Strengthening this work first include McConnell’s definitive treatment over the roots of the Faith movement, which unequivocally associates the movement to thought streams of New Thought metaphysics and Christian Science. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Remember me on this computer.