Recommended Reading

The following is a short list of reading material that we recommend. The list is arranged alphabetically by author. We do not receive compensation in any way if you choose to buy any materials from the people who are listed below.

While we do not give a blanket endorsement of nor necessarily agree with every single word each of these authors have written (for instance, some of them believe in a Calvinistic approach to salvation, and we do not believe this is Biblically sound at all), we do agree with the overall message of their works listed below, and believe them to be credible and reliable sources of information.

As always, however, be a good Berean for yourself, and line up the words of mankind with the Word of God found in Scripture. If you see something in any of these writings listed below that do not line up with the Word of God, please contact us and let us know, giving page numbers and quotes from the book or essay (or paragraph numbers and quotes from the webpage), as well as Scripture that refutes the words of the author, so that we can study the matter out for ourselves and reconsider our recommendation.

Now the Bereans were more noble-minded than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if these teachings were true. As a result, many of them believed, along with quite a few prominent Greek women and men.

Acts 17:11-12

Cooper Abrams

Is God Still Giving Revelation Today?

Paul Fahy

Papers We Recommend

(These are links to the PDF downloads)

1. The Origins of Pentecostalism

2. Occult Inroads into the Charismatic Movement

3. A simple critique of Dominionism

4. What is Manifest Sons of God theology

5. Apostles first or first apostles?

6. Bible Study Techniques

Leighton Flowers

The 5 Points that Led Me to Leave Calvinism

Kurt Koch

We have taken away our recommendation for Koch’s books because, although we believe there is some help to glean for those oppressed by the demonic, there are too many unbiblical beliefs he presents in his books, and we find it to be doubly dangerous, because he talk of deliverance from the demonic in the same breath. Deliverance must be according to God’s standards. It does not matter what our personal experiences are (and they may be many); if what we learn and teach based upon our personal experiences does not ultimately line up with GOD’S WORD, they are of no use.

Dennis McBride

An Evaluation of Muslim Dreams & Visions of Isa (Jesus).

Mike Oppenheimer

“The Manifest Sons of God Teaching

Amy Spreeman

Sufficiency of Scripture

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