Christian Essentials, Controversial Issues, Religious Movements

What is the Word Faith Movement? What is Oneness Pentecostalism? What is Mid Acts Dispensationalism? Are they true or false?

What is the Word Faith Movement? What is Oneness Pentecostalism? What is Mid Acts Dispensationalism? Are they true or false?  Hello out there friends and believers in Christ Jesus.  I was recently looking at what seems to be the more popular topics that people are interested in when they visit Berean Perspective. What I noticed is something that kind of surprises me, but then again it does not.  In the beginning years (long ago) when I first started doing online articles and audios (around 2002) most people were interested in things on the Cults such as Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, and false teachings of the Word Faith movement (Joyce Meyer; Kenneth Copeland; Benny Hinn; Kenneth Hagin). Looking over the last 8-10 years it is interesting to see that Word Faith is the number one topic that people are looking at, but the next two are Oneness Pentecostalism and Mid Acts Dispensationalism.
For many years i was very active in writing and doing live teachings online, but for various reasons that slowed down some time ago. But things are I hope changing in the right direction and hope to start doing things again as before, with more videos (YouTube), articles, and audios.  Seeing that the top 3 topics (articles/audios) that are most viewed are Word Faith, Oneness Pentecostalism, and Mid Acts Dispensationalism, I will be focusing on those among other things that relate to them, which could be what Mormons believer or what Jehovah’s Witnesses teach.  So say looking at the false teachings of Word Faith Movement (Joyce Meyer; Benny Hinn; Bill Johnson; Todd White; Kenneth Copeland; Kenneth Hagin; etc.) and on the Gospel, addressing their heretical teachings on Jesus having to die spiritually (did Jesus go to hell) and become a born again man (first born again man in hell) to make salvation available, which are unbiblical.  There are many within the Word Faith Movement that have been leading people astray with false doctrines and teachings such Joyce Meyer, Todd White, Kenneth Copeland, Bill Johnson, Benny Hinn, and others.  Looking at the false doctrine of Oneness Pentecostalism on how they reject the Trinity and twist the Trinity Doctrine, how they reject salvation by grace, and how they teach for a person to be saved that a person must be water baptized. Many people are also not familiar with those that teach these things or how to respond. My hope would be to give simple and clear teachings from the Bible that anyone can understand, and expose those who teach falsehood.  And lastly, looking at Mid Acts Dispensationalism. Now some of you may not be familiar with this, and that is a good thing in some ways. Mid Acts Dispensationalism in short is a movement that teaches that grace was not available until Paul was converted to the Christian faith. They believe that Paul and his teachings are solely the doctrines and books to apply in Christians lives today, and they reject Peter and other writings as being for the body of Christ. To say the least, Mid Acts is a very complicated system of beliefs that makes my brain hurt at times, but it needs to be addressed.
So saying all this, if you have specific topics or questions you would like to have answered or addressed, please let me know. I will be doing more YouTube videos, audios, and more articles.  So if you have something to ask on Word Faith Movement, Oneness Pentecostalism, Mid Acts Dispensationalism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, or something else please do so.
Lord bless,
In Christ Jesus,
Kelly Powers
2 Peter 3:18


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