Rick Perry's 'The Response' Boasted How Many Wagner Apostles? Let's Count
[image, above: "ICA apostle Tom Schlueter anoints Rick Perry, September 28, 2009"
Last week the official web site for Texas governor Rick Perry's August 6th, 2011 The Response prayer event, credited by a number of observers as having been the de-facto launch of Perry's presidential campaign, was wiped from the Internet. The disappearance of the website's video archive of the event, and the lists of endorsers and leaders of the event, is startling and raises the obvious question; what about The Response might candidate Perry, who stands a chance of becoming the next president of the United States, want to hide?
One obvious answer: C. Peter Wagner's apostles. As I've now extensively documented, Wagner and top apostles in his movement advocate burning books and scripture (including books of Mormon), and destroying religious relics associated with Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam.
The following is my latest tally of Wagner apostles associated with The Response.
So far I've determined that at least 17 of C. Peter Wagner's current or former apostles, from his International Coalition of Apostles or Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders (note: I may have missed a few apostles; The Response was a long event to watch) either endorsed or helped lead The Response, or were onstage at the event.
Don't miss the part about the one Samuel Rodriguez who co-founded the Oak Initiative with Rick Joyner of Morningstar Ministries.
Talk2Action is a secular website, so read this with discernment but they report on much factual information regarding Dominionism in high politics. Read this article I wrote to understand how Perry is hooked in with these lying "apostles":
"Your Next President? Rick Perry's Dominionist and Ecumenical RESPONSE"