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Updated: Bethel School of Ministry Student Expelled for Opposing False Doctrine

by | Mar 10, 2019

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Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry is a school operated by Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Under the leadership of Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton, the school boasts a full curriculum with a focus on the Apostolic sign gifts.

The Apostolic sign gifts — which were given to the Apostles and those closely associated with them for the purpose of validating their authority as Apostles while the Canon of Scripture was still open — have now ceased. Yet, charismatic churches such as Bethel continue to promote the use of these gifts in ways that, even if they had not ceased, are completely unbiblical.

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Practices, such as being “slain in the spirit,” “drunk in the spirit,” and speaking in tongues — in fake languages using made up words — are regular practices from charismatic churches. However, Bethel is known for even more absurd practices such as “grave sucking” — lying on the graves of dead people to “suck” the annointing out of them — and manifesting “glory clouds” in their church services.

A former student of Bethel School, Lindsay Davis, has announced that she has been “kicked out” of the school for opposing their blasphemous doctrines and practices. Here is what she wrote:

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