-Pope Thinks Pentecostals and Charismatics are a Problem?

Pope Benedictus XVI

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Here’s some comments that Pope Benedict made recently in Germany.  He warned the Lutherans of what he called a ‘new form of Christianity’ that was challenging mainstream Christian churches. While not specifically saying so, it was obvious by his comments that he was referring to Evangelicals and Pentecostals/Charismatics:

"Faced with a new form of Christianity, which is spreading with overpowering missionary dynamism, sometimes in frightening ways, the mainstream Christian denominations often seem at a loss."

"This is a form of Christianity with little institutional depth, little rationality and even less dogmatic content, and with little stability. This worldwide phenomenon poses a question to us all: what is this new form of Christianity saying to us, for better and for worse?"

Response: It is amazing to me that the Pope thinks that Evangelical and Pentecostal/Charismatic churches and missions are a problem –especially since they are growing at an exponential rate and spreading the Gospel to every nation? I would think that it would be far more ‘frightening’ to the Devil than the Pope.

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3 Responses to -Pope Thinks Pentecostals and Charismatics are a Problem?

  1. I would think that it would be far more ‘frightening’ to the Devil than the Pope.

    Not if the Pope speaks for the Devil rather than God!

  2. slw,
    I can’t stop laughing -shame on you pastor!

  3. Pingback: -Pope Thinks Pentecostals and Charismatics are a Problem … – Charismatic Feeds

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