Is the New Apostolic Church a Christian church or a sect? In the articles in this section, we explore the question. This critical examination will reveal whether the New Apostolic Church teaches biblically correctly and is biblically legitimate.
Critical considerations [no_toc]
in relation to NAC doctrine and practice
“that you may approve the things that are excellent, that you may be sincere and without offense till the day of Christ”Phil. 1, 10
“Test all things; hold fast what is good”1. Thess. 5, 21
The Second Coming of Christ
The second coming of Christ is one of the central teachings of the New Apostolic Church. It is the ultimate goal of faith for a New Apostolic. Last but not least, the apostolic movement of the 19th century (in addition to the Catholic Apostolic Movement, the Brethren movement under John Nelson Darby has had a great influence in this regard to this day) decisively shaped the teaching of future events in the Christian world. These teachings have been adopted by many evangelical and Pentecostal and charismatic church movements.
But is the New Apostolic Church right with this view? Is that how the Bible actually depicts future events? This critical examination will show whether the New Apostolic Church teaches biblically correct in this regard.
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