GUEST: Scott Aniol, Editor in Chief G3 Ministries and Featured in Cessationist

It’s a simple question with far-reaching ramifications: do Christians today possess the same miraculous “sign” gifts that God gave first century apostles, such as Peter and Paul, to…

  • Perform miracles, like bringing a dead person back to life (Acts 9:36-42);
  • Heal instantly and fully, making a blind man see or lame man walk (Acts 3:1-8);
  • Speak instantly in a previously unknown foreign language (Acts 2:1-12);
  • Prophesy, by foretelling the future with 100% accuracy (Acts 27:21-26)?

Christians today are widely divided on the issue of cessationism (men ceased to have sign gifts after the first century) and continuationism (men and women continue to have sign gifts today).

It’s more than just a perennial doctrinal debate. It’s ultimately about the sufficiency and authority of God’s Word, for if men and women today receive revelation from God beyond Scripture, we can’t trust Scripture alone as the final authority.

Scott Aniol, executive vice president of G3 Ministries, an organization partnered in producing a documentary film called Cessationist, joins us this weekend on The Christian Worldview to discuss this compelling topic.

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