Exorcisms were a pillar of the early Church

To put it more directly: if the casting out of demons and the healing of sick bodies and souls had been ignored when the Church started, there likely wouldn’t be much of a Church today, including those preachers and denominational bodies who actively oppose deliverance…

I cite the observation of Dr. Geoffrey Lampe, British Anglican priest who for ten years was professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. Dr. Lampe argues in his writings that exorcism was the dominant miracle of the Early church and that it “provided support of a person’s authority, character, and doctrine.”

In short, if there had been no exorcism in 200-300 A. D…the Church could not have survived the opposition of Rome, the mightiest pagan empire on earth. Every preacher who opposes deliverance is part of the legacy of deliverance which started in early Christianity.

Quote source

Larson, B. (n.d.) myemail.constantcontact.com – Highlight Loc. 8-16  | Added on Thursday, January 30, 2014, 12:30 PM


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