Perry/prayer warriors/new reconstructionist movement

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  1. billwald

    billwald
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    see http://www.alternet.org/story/15203...k_perry_as_their_vehicle_to_power?page=entire



    google prayer warrior networks and/or New Apostolic Reformation


    "Another advantage for Perry is support from an extensive 50-state “prayer warrior” network, organized by the New Apostolic Reformation. A religious-political movement whose leaders call themselves apostles and prophets, NAR shares its agenda for control of society and government with other “dominionists,” but has a distinctly different theology than other groups in the Religious Right. They have their roots in Pentecostalism (though their theology has been denounced as a heresy by Pentecostal denominations in the past). The movement is controversial, even inside conservative evangelical circles. Nevertheless, Perry took the gamble that NAR could help him win the primaries, a testament to the power of the apostles’ 50-state prayer warrior network."
     
  2. Thousand Hills

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    This statement tells me all I need to know about this article. Liberal translation = Perry is even wackier in his connections than your typical run of the mill wacky Christian.

    This article and the one posted earlier by Crabtownboy are good indications for me that Perry might be the right guy for the job. :thumbsup:
     
  3. Earth Wind and Fire

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    I hear you brother:thumbsup:
     

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