Let’s Talk About Asbury

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Today I speak with Bill Elliff, the Founding and National Engage Pastor of The Summit Church in North Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. Bill has personally attended some of the meetings at Asbury University, Kentucky, and you can read his blog articles about them here: https://billelliff.org/blogs/news

As Bill says, there can be no revival without repentance. The question, therefore, as to what constitutes repentance (individually and corporately) is critically important.

Thank you, Bill, for being very gracious with me as I begged to differ in regard to what we should be expecting to happen when God does lead His people into revival.

Bill wanted me to make explicitly clear that he regards the complementarian/egalitarian divide as being of the utmost importance and a hill on which he would be willing to “die”. Bill believes, (as do Mairi and I), that the Bible only teaches complementarianism.

I would also encourage you to watch the Justin Peters video about Abusry here: https://youtu.be/YVA5ocuP70I

There must be repentance over egalitarianism AND cessationism.

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