On today’s Equipping You in Grace, Dave talks with Richard Moore about the music and ministry of Bethel Church, how Bethel has made inroads into evangelicalism, some signs your church may be moving towards the New Apostolic Reformation, and his book, Divergent Theology.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Examples of the teaching of Bethel Church in Redding, California.
  • Some of the biggest concerns about the theology of Bethel.
  • How Bethel and NAR music has infiltrated the Church.
  • How Bethel has made inroads into modern evangelicalism.
  • Some signs that a church is moving towards or already has moved to support New Apostolic Reformation.
  • How theological liberalism has been propelled the New Apostolic Reformation.

About Today’s Guest

Richard P. Moore is an evangelist, youth pastor, and missionary in Germany since 2014. He is an experienced youth pastor and preacher. He’s been in church ministry for over 20 years. He has his Bachelors in Youth Ministry and Theology and Masters of Leadership, Evangelism, and Discipleship from Columbia International University. He is currently pursuing a PhD at Bakke Graduate University. He is author of “Divergent Theology: An Inquiry Into the Theological Characteristics of the Word of Faith Third Wave Movement and The New Apostolic Reformation,” which has been translated into German called, “Entwurzelt: Aktuelle christliche Irrtümer.” Richard’s podcast is called “CHURCHepreneurs.”

He is married to Simone with three children together, Ana, Lydia, and Caleb. He is a youth communicator, church planting speaker, and theologian. His vision is to see youth come to know, worship, and obey Jesus authentically. Check out Richard’s ministry at his website www.richardpmoore.net

And podcast on YouTube


His recent article on the New Apostolic Reformation in the Evangelical Review of Theology can be read here:


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