An Ex-NAR Apostle Tells His Story, with Dawain Atkinson—The Alisa Childers Podcast #98
Dawain Atkinson, founder of the B.A.R. Podcast Network, is a former "Apostle" in the New Apostolic Reformation Movement. He joins us today to tell his story of becoming and Apostle, and how God led him out of that movement and into biblical Christianity.
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3/4/2021 08:42:40 am
Hi Alisa, I am reading Dr OS Hawkins’s book The Bible Code-Finding Jesus in every book of the Bible. I’ve heard all my life and this book reiterates that Isaiah 53 is talking about Jesus’s crucifixion. But my Jewish friends and “experts” from various academic fields say that this chapter was added to the Christian Bible at some point. Do you have an answer or know where I can find the truth?
3/30/2021 10:41:05 am
3/22/2021 03:33:06 pm
I don't remember which episode but you and your guest agreed that Isaiah 53 was talking about spiritual, not physical healing. Matthew didn't see it that way, as shown in Matthew 8:16,17. Add to that ”Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever", and you have a basis for trusting him for physical healing today.
6/2/2021 10:18:18 pm
I have never seen the title of "apostle" mean anything other than "father," the acknowledgment of a leader and visionary. I have been in the "NAR" movement for decades, and the level of misrepresentation here is appalling, and frankly ridiculous. No one I have ever met regards "apostle" as some kind of equivalent to the 12, where the canon is in jeopardy. The three-fold people have NO DESCRIPTION for this kind of leader. A visionary and a leader of leaders is not necessarily a pastor OR a teacher by gifting. I have NEVER been in a church that put ANY emphasis on this other than a recognition of what a man was already doing and his stature in leadership. It is meant to be an honorable title distinguishing someone's maturity and influence. The misinformation and agenda here grieves the Lord. Its just toxic, divisive misinformation.
6/25/2021 09:25:39 pm
A month ago our church invited someone to speak for Revival. I was looking forward to hearing his message. I ended up getting hurt because the subject was on healing. Since I have been a caregiver for many years I knew it was false teaching. God protected me. I care about my friends in church battling illness, and was thinking about how that deception could hurt someone. I drove home telling God that service was not okay. When I got home and looked up the name Rob McCorkle. I found this website the same exact denomination calling him a false teacher, and picturing him with Dan Bohi. I have heard of Dan Bohi from Eric Barger calling it Emergent false teachings years ago. They have never came to my church. I did not really know it was getting bigger. My denomination is calling it NAR. https://www.facebook.com/WeAreNaz/photos/a.1305656472879467/2719479354830498/?type=3&theater I have been watching all I can about NAR. Holly Pivec, and a few others. I ordered her books. I have been sharing on my facebook. I know the pastor of my church and others are now asking questions with Rob and Dan. I don't know what they decided about it yet. I still believe it is false teachings. I can't be a part of it if they decide to keep inviting these false prophets. Hopefully God will help them see. I am so happy you kept this on here for me to share. I appreciate it.
8/11/2021 02:55:57 pm
Thank you for the you tube podcasts Alisa. Thank you also for Another Gospel! Great Book!! Our pastor recommended the read after I had just finished the book. I love the Lords confirmation of the read.
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