Conrad Mbewe

Once upon a time, almost all conservative evangelicals assumed that God had stopped distributing the extraordinary revelatory gifts of his Spirit to his people in the first century of the New Testament church. It was taken for granted for almost 2,000 years. In the last 100 years, however, the scale has tipped the other way. Those of us who still believe what our spiritual forefathers once believed are seen as holding on to strange doctrines or being heretical and spiritually dead. How has that change of mind happened?