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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Theology / Apologetics
  • Language:English
  • Pages:400
  • eBook ISBN:9780990886907

E.W. Kenyon and His Message of Faith: The True Story

by Joe McIntyre

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Overview
The Word of Faith movement has been called heretical because of its being influenced by E.W. Kenyon. He, in turn, was supposedly influenced by the metaphysical cults. But is this true? Or is it a premise that has been thoroughly refuted? This book examines the evidence that has been presented and shows from Kenyon's own writing and from the writings of the men and women whom Kenyon says influenced him that his critics have presented a fatally flawed case.
Description
Few authors have been misrepresented and falsely accused as much as E.W. Kenyon. This book examines the claims of his critics and provides evidence that refutes their misguided assertions. The majority of the defense of Kenyon's theology comes from his own published and unpublished works. In this way, Kenyon is allowed to respond to his critics by his own testimony regarding who really influenced him. Many influential Evangelical leaders of the late nineteenth century helped shape his theology and these men and women are given credit by Kenyon in his writings. In order for his critics to make their case, they passed over the obvious and speculated freely without evidence. It is amazing that this has passed for scholarship.
About the author
Joe McIntyre has led the church he planted for over 30 years and has invested himself in helping believers understand and walk in the grace of God. He teaches on identity and the life of faith seeing our fellowship with our Father as the key to victorious living. He has authored many books on various aspects of the Christian life.
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