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Nevertheless, I got the impression throughout the book that Hank might be attempting to group all charasmatic's with the individuals he discusses in this book. This was possibly not his goal, but again, the impression I received.
I suppose I was hoping at least for a chapter or section that would explain that he is not being critical of all groups that believe in the "gifts of the spirit". Many people and groups who believe in the gifts do not discard doctrine or sanity as the persons/movements analyzed in the book.
That aside, many chapters are very interesting to read that left me with an "I can't wait" feeling to continue reading. Others, I felt very bored with. After reading in detail about 8 or so different groups I was left feeling a 'ho-hum' about learning about yet another group with similiar problems.
There were also two characters mentioned in passing in the book that I felt were incorrectly portrayed, however that is simply my opinion.
In the end I feel like this book was incorrectly titled, yes many of the "movements" mentioned were focused on "revival" but the author focuses more on what it appears he believes are counterfeit gifts. Gifts not mentioned in scripture yet abnormally focused on by these groups. I am certainly in agreement with this analysis on the supposed "gifts" that these movements put forth that are not even hinted at in scripture.
If your a cessationist you will likely be excited to read this and saying "Oh yea, you show em Hank"
If your skeptical of the gifts you will likely be converted to cessationalism.
If your are charasmatic and are a believer in the gifts, you will be frustrated at the lack of a statement distinguishing the difference between you and these over-sensationalized groups.
If you are a member of one of these groups mentioned, you will be very angry with Hank.
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