Andrew Wommack spreads his message on prosperity and healing across the world through “the power of radio and television,” his Charis Bible Colleges, and ample use of the Internet. But are his claims biblically sound? Because Scripture warns Christians to beware of false teachers, we must carefully examine and answer his potentially devastating doctrines in two key areas. Rodgers Atwebembeire of ACFAR explains.
More resources answering Andrew Wommack:
• The Word-Faith Teachings of Andrew Wommack (video)
• Review of God Wants You Well: What the Bible Really Says about Walking in Divine Health