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In recent years, several respected Christian authors and teachers have come against beliefs and practices of charismatics, the world's fastest growing Christian group. Now updated and revised, Quenching the Spirit gives the most coherent, well-documented response to date.With a brand-new chapter based on Han Hanegraaff and the CRI, and exciting new information, author William DeArteaga shows why the greatest threat to a move of the Spirit may lie within the church itself. Taking an honest look at the merits and mishaps of the charismatic renewal, DeArteaga answers your questions-whether you are suspicious of charismatics or you are one of them. Discover the real Spirit behind the charismatic controversy!

Quenching the Spirit by William DeArteaga

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