Daniel Kolenda is a missionary evangelist, who has led more than 22-million people to Christ face-to-face through massive open-air evangelistic campaigns in some of the most dangerous, difficult, and remote locations on earth. As the successor to world-renowned Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, Daniel is the president and CEO of Christ for All Nations - a ministry which has conducted some of the largest evangelistic events in history, has published over 190 million books in 104 languages and has offices in 14 nations around the world. He also hosts an internationally syndicated television program and is an author of eight books including the bestsellers, 'Live Before You Die’, and ‘Slaying Dragons.’
In this episode of Off the Record, Daniel Kolenda answers a question from listener in Germany asking about what is known as the “New Apostolic Reformation” or N.A.R. Daniel explores the origins of this terminology, what it meant originally and what it has come to mean in recent years.
3:07 Question from Germany
5:22 What is the New Apostolic Reformation (N.A.R.)?
9:34 Why is Daniel talking about this subject?
12:37 The preparation that went into this podcast
14:12 What N.A.R. meant originally, and where it came from
18:17 Example of church movements becoming their own denominations
20:03 Terms and definitions of N.A.R.
24:53 How the N.A.R. has become the new term for heretics
25:24 Conspiracy theory and guilt by association tactics
51:37 Interview clips on NPR (National Public Radio, a USA news outlet) and takeaways
1:18:22 Keeping the N.A.R. narrative alive
1:20:26 When I first started paying attention to N.A.R.
1:23:59 Laying the conspiracy theories to rest
1:30:09 Refuting the arguments made in the opening article
1:34:27 Discussing the issue of ‘little gods’