There as been a lot of media attention to the Dominionists lately, but this post is a hoot. First, kudos to the Christian Post for trying to give both sides,
Forrest Wilder, a Texas Observer columnist who has been following the NAR and its influence on political figures, told The Christian Post that it is not a specific church, denomination or organization, but is a movement of an “interlocking array of churches, ministries, councils, personal friendships and alliances” that are connected for a common cause.
But I find this other part really odd…
However, a letter sent to the CP under the promise of anonymity states, “The NAR is not an organization. No one can join or carry a card. It has no leader.”
Rachel Tabachnick, a researcher and co-founder of the NAR Watch blog, has a different view on the NAR.
Tabachnick depicts the NAR as a radical departure of the faith, bent on dominating the present day culture.
Tabachnick points to Day Star Church Pastor Johnny Enlow’s book, The Seven Mountain Prophecy, to argue that NAR members are bent on dominating the present day culture.
Yet the letter CP obtained states, “The NAR is definitely not a cult. Those who affiliate with it believe the Apostles’ Creed and all the standard classic statements of Christian doctrine.”
So why the anonymity?
- Dominionism in politics… (livingjourney.wordpress.com)