Nuggets from Occult Invasion |

Dave Hunt

Wagner heads this section in his book “SPIRITUAL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE 1990s.” Again we are moving into the occult. God’s power does not depend (as occult power does) upon some “spiritual technology” (biblically there is no such thing) nor upon where a prayer is offered. Who decided that to pray from these 24 points would be “strategic”? And what does that mean? Where does the Bible inform us, by example or doctrine, that prayer is more effective if done “on-site”? When one begins to believe that techniques are essential to the release of spiritual power, one is being set up for occult delusion. This is no different from lighting candles and making the sign of the cross. At an “Academic Symposium on Power Evangelism” at Fuller Theological Seminary, referring to a British psychiatrist, Wagner endorses an occult delusion:

“As an Anglican he is very much in tune with the power of God channeled through the sacrament of the Eucharist.”