Everything old is new again

The New Apostolic Reformation, touted by its creator as “the most radical change in the way of doing church since the Protestant Reformation,” is nothing of the sort. Cris Putnam, a contributor to the new book Pandemonium’s Engine, shows that it’s simply an echo of a movement that lived briefly and died at the same time as the birth of the Protestant Reformation.

Read this piece on the parallels between Luther’s contemporary Thomas Müntzer and his spiritual descendant C. Peter Wagner at Logos Apologia.

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