Morning Rundown: Isaiah Saldivar Breaks Down Controversial ‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ad

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Isaiah Saldivar Breaks Down Controversial ‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ad

If a Super Bowl commercial gets people talking about Jesus, then that’s a good thing, right?

Well, according to many Christians, it depends on which Jesus the commercials are advertising.


To no one’s surprise, this year’s He Gets Us Super Bowl ad featuring various people washing the feet of what is assumed to be sinners has sparked fierce debate on both sides of the proverbial aisle.

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Is the Modern Prophetic Movement Duplicating These Ancient Heresies?

The focus of this article is that, in my opinion, the modern prophetic movement has often repeated the heresies of the early Montanist movement. 


What Was Montanism?

Montanism was a Christian movement that emerged in the second century, around the middle of the second century A.D, in Phrygia, a region in modern-day Turkey. It is named after its founder, Montanus. Montanism is often described as a heretical movement by mainstream Christianity because it diverged from the beliefs and practices of the early Christian communities in significant ways.

Montanus and his followers, including two women named Prisca (or Priscilla) and Maximilla, claimed to be directly inspired by the Holy Spirit and to receive new prophetic revelations. Montanists considered these revelations to be authoritative and on par with or even surpassing the teachings of Jesus and the apostles.

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Charles Simpson, Pioneer in Charismatic Renewal Movement, Dies at 86

Pastor and author Charles Simpson, founder of Charles Simpson Ministries and pioneer in the charismatic renewal movement, died on Feb. 14 at age 86 after an extended illness. His son, Stephen Simpson, who now leads CSM, announced his father’s death on social media:

The elder Simpson had a life-changing encounter with the Holy Spirit in the 1960s and, as he shared this experience, he became a part of the worldwide charismatic renewal, serving in leadership with icons such as Don Basham, Bob Mumford and Derek Prince. He co-founded Covenant Life Church in Mobile, Alabama; helped launch “New Wine,” a charismatic Bible-teaching magazine, in 1969; served on the board of Integrity Media and wrote numerous books.

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