The New Apostolic Reformation Wants God's Government Back

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The NAR has deep roots in the Lone Star State, which is home to three of its leading ‘prophets’: Wallnau, Jacobs, and Corinth minister Chuck Pierce. (Specifically, all three hang their hats in Dallas-Fort Worth, the sprawling metro area that has spawned more than its fair share of extremists.) They ‘are among the most influential and politically important” of the ‘hundreds of apostles and prophets in the U.S.,’ said Frederick Clarkson, senior research analyst at Political Research Associates, a progressive think tank in Massachusetts. Their prophecies and teachings illuminate the NAR worldview and its politics—and indicate why we should be concerned about the “reformation” this movement seeks.”

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