Justin Peters is a personality in the Christian radio space. He is also an Anti-Pentecostal teacher who has been asked about his views numerous times. One of the people that has confronted his view is Dr. Michael L. Brown.
The followers of Jonathan Welton and his Welton Academy have attacked me, my character and odd attacked me for being Pentecostal. Yes, I am being slammed for being a person of Pentecost. How do I respond to that attack? I am guilty as charged!
First of all, the last article on Welton Academy being a cult was not something I thought would pick up 27,000 views within 24 hours and have hundreds of people commenting across dozens of trends around Facebook but it happen. Jonathan Welton has also posted a short response.
I have very serious concerns about Welton Academy led by Jonathan Welton and I can not be quiet. It would be sinful for me to say nothing as a prophetic voice when heresy is being promoted that is clear as day. This is not a difference of opinion. This is blatant heresy.
I get messages on Facebook and email every few days about Mike Bickle, IHOPKC and the complete prophetic movement about Gnosticism. Most people do not even have a clue what that is, why it matters and how it plays out in the world today. It is mainly something reserved for theologians and historians. Oddly, I fit in both of those roles [...]
There is a reason that I support Bill Johnson and his ministry. It is not because I think that Bethel Church is beyond correctness. I have voiced my own concerns over how the school is run and some of the eschatology that is trumped from Redding.
It seems that back in 2007, Greg Boyd, the Open Theist guy from Minnesota wrote a piece questioning if tongues is the initial physical evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. I guess we should be encouraged, at least it is not the knowledge of God being questions (as Greg was rightfully called a heretic for).
I have been following a guy named Chuck Crisco for some time at a distance. He seems to have a lot of the same mutual friends and he says a lot of the right things for revival. He does come across as a hyper grace guy and that leads to this article about the lake of fire.
Jack Frost was an amazing man that carried the message of the Fatherhood of God to the people of God. I really enjoyed listening to his ministry. While Jack has passed away, his work is still touching lives to this day.