False TeacherThe publishers of Apologetics Index, the parent site of Religion News Blog, consider Todd Bentley to be a false prophet and a false teacher. They say Bentley works with and/or otherwise promotes false prophets such as Bob Jones and Rick Joyner.
His Lakeland Outpouring was heartily endorsed by John Arnott, pastor of Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship.
The latter is where the so-called ‘Toronto Blessing’ began. The movement is characterized by a plethora of false teachings and unbiblical practices — encouraged and promoted by alleged ‘words,’ ‘prophecies’ and ‘visions’ from God, and accompanied by anything from outbreaks of uncontrollable laughter, people acting as if they were drunk, and claims of having received gold dust or other ‘supernatural signs’ from God.
Bentley’s teachings and practices place his ministry squarely among the controversial renewal and revival movements.
His meetings include alleged healings, as well as manifestations such as the appearance of “gold dust,” ”diamond dust,” or even “gold dental miracles.”
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