Famine In The Land
The false doctrines of Bethel church are well documented. Word of faith heresy, prosperity gospel, dominion theology and mysticism are part and parcel of Bethel’s “gospel” Bill Johnson & co claim to be agents for heaven invading earth; however the only invasion they are facilitating is that of false teaching in the visible church. We examine the fruits of the Bethel School Of Supernatural Ministry based on an a testimony from a BSSM student which was published on the BSSM official school planting page.
The Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) is headed by false prophet Kris Vallotton, “Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church and co-founder of BSSM.” Their mission is to “equip and deploy revivalists who passionately pursue world-wide transformation in their God given spheres of influence. Students are trained to continue in the ministry style of Jesus: to enjoy the presence of God, say what He is saying, and do what He is doing.” This is in alignment with the dominion theology of the New Apostolic Reformation – the transformation of the world through conquering the seven spheres of society. When it comes to evangelism, Bethel promotes signs and wonders, or “encounters with God” as a means to save the lost. The preaching of the true gospel is foreign to Bethel. It has been replaced with an ear tickling message that elevates self and has replaced the cross with a throne. Bethel’s “gospel” consists of a smorgasbord of errors – word of faith heresy, the prosperity gospel, dominion theology, false signs and wonders, and mysticism to name a few.
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