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Jack S. Deere

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Dallas Seminary

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Articles | Wellington Church

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Jack Deere, former Dallas Seminary professor turned charismatic advocate, admits in his book Surprised by the Power of the Holy Spirit (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1993), that he has not seen anyone today performing miracles or possessing gifts of the same quality as the signs and wonders of the apostolic era.
Deere and Grudem have, in effect, conceded the entire cessationist argument.


Blog - Page 5 of 7 - Psalm 34:8

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I think Jack Deere has done a fine job of establishing a continuance view (as opposed to a cessationist view) of the charismatic gifts in Surprised by the Power of the Spirit (Zondervan 1993) and Surprised by the Voice of God (Zondervan 1996).
Dr. Deere was a professor at Dallas Seminary, a bastion of cessationist theology, who wasn't looking for a charismatic experience, but was confronted by a God Who still speaks and acts - it forever changed his life and the way he understood God. Deere is no "wacko" Bible teacher; endorsements from Wayne Grudem, professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, appear on both of Deere's books. Too often, we are know by our denomination (i.e., a math term for "division") rather than our love (John 13:35).


Vineyard Movement - Becker Bible Studies Library

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Jack Deere is a charismatic pastor and theologian and an associate professor of Old Testament at Dallas seminary.
He was the pastor of a Vineyard Church as well as a Presbyterian church from 1994 to 1996.


www.crvineyard.org

In 1976, Jack Deere joined the faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary, teaching Hebrew and books of the Bible in Hebrew.He received both a Master and Doctor of Theology degrees from Dallas Seminary.During his tenure at Dallas Seminary, he started and pastored two churches.In 1986 after months of concentrated scriptural study, Jack reversed his position on the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit.He became convinced that all of the gifts of the Spirit were meant to be used today, including healing and prophecy.God had never withdrawn these gifts, rather many in the church had withdrawn from the gifts.Even though he had no supernatural experience of his own, Jack and his wife, Leesa, along with others began praying for the sick and listening for the voice of God.Almost immediately, they saw some wonderful healings.Jack left the seminary faculty at in the end of 1987 and joined the staff of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship Church in Anaheim, CA.


Father's House Vineyard Church

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In 1976, Jack Deere joined the faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary, teaching Hebrew and books of the Bible in Hebrew.He received both a Master and Doctor of Theology degrees from Dallas Seminary.During his tenure at Dallas Seminary, he started and pastored two churches.In 1986 after months of concentrated scriptural study, Jack reversed his position on the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit.He became convinced that all of the gifts of the Spirit were meant to be used today, including healing and prophecy.God had never withdrawn these gifts, rather many in the church had withdrawn from the gifts.Even though he had no supernatural experience of his own, Jack and his wife, Leesa, along with others began praying for the sick and listening for the voice of God.Almost immediately, they saw some wonderful healings.Jack left the seminary faculty at in the end of 1987 and joined the staff of the Vineyard Christian Fellowship Church in Anaheim, CA.He served with John Wimber at the church and traveled around the world with him doing conferences on intimacy with God and the Holy Spirit.Jack is currently the senior pastor of Wellspring Church in Ft. Worth, Texas, a church he started in the spring of 2004.


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