A Form of Godliness But Denying Its Power - AG Roundtable
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In 2 Timothy 3:5, Paul describes a people who have a "form of godliness but denying its power..." Bill Johnson uses this verse to label anyone who is discerning about the supernatural encounters or manifestations that are often experienced at Bethel Church, as having an "antichrist spirit." Chris Rosebrough, Justin Peters, Sean DeMars, and Eric Waldon examine the context of this verse, and answer the question, "What does 'power' mean in this verse?"
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