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Let No One Deceive You Paperback – July 1, 1997
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I certainly found Dr. Brown's book the far better of the two when it came to putting the revival in perspective and drawing comparisions from other revivals and from scripture. It was also far more enjoyable reading. The author has a way of using humor and down to earth explanations to get his point across. I believe he did a far better job in defending his positon than Hanegraaff did with his book. I found Counterfeit Revival, by contrast, to be a bit of a disappointment. Unlike Dr. Brown, all Hanegraaff did was point to the extreme people in the movement and try to discredit the revival based on the actions of a few.
The only criticism that I had with Dr. Brown's book is that I wish he would have spent more time being critical of people like Benny Hinn and others who are clearly giving the movement a bad name. (Dr. Brown does however do this in his book: From Holy Laughter to Holy Fire.)
But otherwise I give the book a thumbs up.
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Dr. Brown does an excellent job of fielding complaints from what tends to be different denominational affiliations. Read morePublished on July 8, 2011 by docscurlock
This is an excellent book. It is an impassioned, Biblical defense of modern day revival written in a way anybody can understand. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by F. W. Logan
I can't believe there are still skeptics out there after the release of this book. When was the last time devilisih formalism in the Church converted anybody to Jesus? Read morePublished on February 6, 2006 by Pithy Commentz
I am really sorry but hermeneutical is spelled this way. But it was helpful to weed out the less desirable books (spell check)Published on May 1, 2004 by Christine M. Merlotti
I have had my doubt's about the so called third wave outpouring. To help dispell my doubts I was given this book and a trip up to the Toronto Vineyard Church. Read morePublished on November 7, 1999