Michael Brown Finally Names Names (Of Critics, Not Heretics)

After years of refusing to name names of problematic teachers and outright heretics, Michael Brown finally took to his webcast to bravely call out the names…of his critics. Names of charismatic charlatans who are milking the Bride of Christ for seed-faith offerings in exchange for parlor-trick miracles have still gone unmentioned by the New Apostolic Reformation’s chief apologist.

Brown repeatedly tells the public that he stands up against false prophets and fake miracle workers that have a pandemic influence in charismaticism, but has yet to produce any names of those snake oil-selling hoodwinks with the exception of Todd Bentley and Joseph Prince (after naming Prince as an antinomian in his book, HyperGrace, Brown met with Prince over dinner and subsequently retracted his complaints).

For years, cessationists have been attempting to persuade Michael Brown to name false prophets and heretics, but the endeavor has proven to be somewhere between pulling teeth and nailing jello to the wall.

Have no fear, however. Michael Brown took to his webcast yesterday to name the names of those who are reallycausing the Body of Christ to suffer… which would be those who have criticized these false prophets, including John MacArthur, Phil Johnson, and Justin Peters.

Beginning at the 40-minute mark, Brown begins to attack discerning Christians and critics of charlatans like Benny Hinn, Todd White, Bill Johnson, and the Christian Tarot card occultists at Bethel.

Brown says, in no uncertain terms, that these discerning believers are a bigger danger to the body of Christ than occultists.

Instead of being incensed at the blasphemy of the Holy Ghost regularly perpetuated by his New Apostolic Reformation friends, who sell fake miracles and fake prophecies in exchange for cash, Brown is incensed at those men who have criticized then and him for supporting them, thereby lifting himself above God the Holy Spirit.

Now I urge you, brethren, note those who cause divisions and offenses, contrary to the doctrine which you learned, and avoid them (Romans 16:17)

The Bible tells us to note, or mark, those who cause divisions by teaching contrary doctrine. Discernment does not divide. False prophecy and false teaching divides.

Michael Brown is not a minister indwelt by the Holy Spirit, if he were he wouldn’t gnash his teach at biblical discernment, which is a gift of the Holy Spirit. Clearly, Michael Brown is an apologist for the devil.