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Miracle Healing and Christian Unity


Miracle Healing and Christian Unity

In the mid-1970s, many Nigerians began to question the validity of Christianity, asking, “What has this religion done to the black race?” Olukoya replied by defining Christianity as an African religion abandoned to idolatry. Olukoya’s book is a classic anti-Christian statement. In it, he argues that the conversion of black people to Christianity was a spiritual election.

Although Jesus called people to him and appointed twelve apostles, they never performed miraculous acts like feeding 5,000 people or walking on water. They only had the power to cast out demons, heal the sick, and raise the dead. These miracles, however, were a means to identify them as messengers of God. But these apostles, in turn, were betrayed by Judas. So who were they? Did they have supernatural abilities?

Today’s charismatic wing leaders have developed loose affiliations within Christian activism and right-wing populism. These people often organize “The Response,” a massive prayer rally to launch presidential campaigns. Some charismatic wing leaders such as Jim Garlow, who led the California anti-marriage equality Proposition Eight campaign, also organize the rallies. “The Response” also includes prophetess Cindy Jacobs as a front figure in territorial spiritual warfare prayer.

The apostles were taught to preach the gospel and to heal the sick. Paul also taught them to heal lepers and cast demons. All these things were seen in the life of Paul. In addition to healing, they practiced the ministry of the Word. Among these is a free gift that is freely given to all. If we can do that, we’ll be able to share the Gospel with the whole world.

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