Basically all that needs to be said concerning this weeks Strange Fire conference has most likely been said by now. Numerous articles and messages have been posted from different quarters on the internet this week, including the reposting of a few of those here at this blog. So why another one?
It’s because I have a deep respect for Anton Bosch, having posted many of his teachings here at the blog over the years, and because he, a classic Pentecostal (which I also consider myself) attended the conference! His eye-witness account, from a classic Pentecostal stand, is the first one I’ve come across so of course, I was interested in reading his impressions.
Perhaps you may be interested as well..
Here are the impressions I have gained from John MacArthur’s strange Fire Conference. Please note this is not an exhaustive critique of which, I am sure, many will be appearing on the internet – for and against. I simply want to convey the broad strokes as I saw it.
I attended all of the first day (Wednesday October 16) and the Q&A session on the third and last day. In addition, I have read parts of the book by the same title and read summations of the other sessions as published by MacArthur’s people: http://thecripplegate.com/ ….
I will add this: If you are a great fan of MacArthur, you’re likely not going to care for Anton Bosch’s impressions of many things MacArthur said.