The editors of this publication are no fans of Patricia King, Michael Brown, or the charismatic New Apostolic Reformation movement as a whole. These aberrant movements serve only to undermine the gospel, detract from the authority of God’s word, and, in many cases, those leaders in the movement tend to end their ministries through some type of abject moral failure as history has shown.
To serve as another example, NAR Apostle Patricia King recently joined the chief apologist for the Montanist heresy, Michael Brown, to discuss these moral failures within the Church. One of those moral failures, Patricia King just happened to mention in passing during her discussion with Brown–and Brown didn’t even so much as flinch. Watch:
It’s as though these people realize that this is so commonplace that it doesn’t even bother them when they mention it. Let alone does it bother them enough that they feel it is worth calling this person to repent.
To be clear, I’m not saying that they are not condemning this behavior. They do. The point is that it seems as though they’ve become too numb to it to have the kind of visceral reaction to it that we should have. Michael Brown should have been shocked and horrified to find out one of the leaders of his movement had an abortion.
If what King said is true, and this person is truly a “church leader” and a public figure, then this person should be publicly called to step down and repent. This person should be held accountable rather than allowed to continue to lead people astray. The real moral failure in the Church is people like Michael Brown and Patricia King–and others across the entire spectrum of Christianity–who refuse to hold their peers and leaders accountable while sweeping them under the rug.
The entire video can be viewed at this link.