[Editor’s Note: This was first published at EmergentWatch.com, written by Mark Jefferies. A link to the full article will be posted below. We are running an excerpt from this article because it is important to demonstrate the ecumenism of the New Apostolic Reformation and its reuniting of Charismaticism with Rome.
We reported similarly when an IHOP event hosted a Catholic track to its schedule. Kenneth Copeland beamed in the Pope to a NAR event in 2014 and the reuniting of these two anti-Sola Scriptura faiths is happening at breakneck speed.
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In what appears to be a one of the latest atrocities in the ecumenical war against God’s church, Hillsong churches are partnering with Alpha – a contemplative program that originated in the heretical Anglican Holy Trinity Brompton – the church that was the European home of the ‘Holy Laughter’ heresies.
The mega-ecumenical Alpha Conference 2018 in the U.S. was just held at Hillsong Phoenix on Feb. 8-9, and featured popular Catholic artist Matt Maher, the Hillsong Phoenix worship team, Eleanor Mumford of the Vinyard Int’l Executive, Catholic Bishop Eduardo Nevares, and former Willow Creek executive Craig Springer. > See their promo vid: https://vimeo.com/239912965
Photos of the event show Catholic clergy in full regalia holding up the Eucharist wafer and doing mass on the stage at Hillsong Phoenix.
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[Editor’s Note: This was first published at EmergentWatch.com, written by Mark Jefferies]
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