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The First Nations Movement - 2 DVDs

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4 Lectures on 2 DVDs


DVD teaching on the dangers of the Indigenous People's movement
by Mike Oppenheimer and Sandy Simpson

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This DVD can also be found in the following sets:
Native American Trio Pack - #2
Native Spirituality 4 Pack
MIKE OPPENHEIMER DISCERNMENT PACK
3 DVD SPECIAL #1

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DVD Information - 4 Lectures in 2 DVDs

DVD #1:
Lecture 1: Mike Oppenheimer - Perpetuating Nations' Myths
Lecture 2: Sandy Simpson - 11 Reasons to Reject This Movement

DVD #2:
Lecture 3: Mike Oppenheimer - The Fingerprints of God?
Lecture 4: Sandy Simpson - 11 Reasons to Reject This Movement (part 2)

There have always been numerous possibilities on how the world's religions would unite. Over the last several years, a new missiology has surfaced that actually makes use of the former false gods and worship practices of various cultures in this movemen'ts evangelistic efforts to reach different cultures. The Indigenous People's movement is teaching Christians to "redeem" their cultures by worshipping their former gods, calling them YHWH. Are the gods of the nations the same God of Israel?

False teachings of the Third Wave concepts, New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), Dominionism, and many other false theological systems find their place in this movement. Yet it has it's own shrewd distinctive. Daniel Kikawa, Richard Twiss, YWAM and many others are teaching unbiblical ways to evangelize the nations.

This DVD video series features Mike Oppenheimer and Sandy Simpson and their in-depth research regarding the First Nations Movement and World Christian Gatherings of Indigenous Peoples. This is an issue that pastors and missionaries need to be informed of because it goes to the core of evangelism and preaching the Gospel. Over 3- 1/2 hours long.


Below are three preview clips of the lectures:

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