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Truth Matters

A Pastoral Assessment of Word of Faith Theology

by Russell A. Morris


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/8/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 234
ISBN : 9781512710366
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 234
ISBN : 9781512710373

About the Book

Specific tenets of Word of Faith theology produce serious concerns in terms of their scriptural validity and continuity with orthodox Christian teaching. Scripture challenges believers to “test the spirits to see whether they are from God” (I John 4:1, NIV). In this volume, an attempt is made to test—or discern—specific claims of Word of Faith theology by comparing and contrasting them with the Word of God.

“Dr. Morris has done an excellent job in exposing this Achilles heel through balanced and fair criticism, showing why a continual reformation from within this movement will be necessary.” 

—David T. Williams, DTh 

professor of systematic theology, University of Fort Hare

 

“The author had a clearly defined goal.”

—Marlon Winedt, PhD 

translation consultant, United Bible Societies

“Dr. Morris has excelled in both his knowledge and accuracy regarding this research.”

—George D. Voorhis, DMin, DLitt 

former president of East Coast Bible College

 

“Thought-provoking and … evidence of good research.”

—Noel Woodbridge, DEd, DTh 

senior academic, South African Theological Seminary


About the Author

Russell A. Morris serves as lead pastor of Harvest Hills Church in Burlington, North Carolina. Ordained in 1986, he is a graduate of Lee University (BA), the Church of God Theological Seminary (MA), and Erskine Theological Seminary (DMin). He then earned research degrees (MTh and PhD) from the South African Theological Seminary. In addition to twenty-five years in the pastorate, he has served on numerous denominational boards. He and his wife, Wanda, have one daughter and three granddaughters.