Profile Bio Charles Peter Wagner

Profile Bio Charles Peter Wagner


Professor Charles Peter Wagner (born 1930) is an expert and professor of Church Growth of School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. Peter Wagner is the originator of the term Third Wave of the Holy Spirit (the Third Dimension The outpouring of the Holy Spirit). He is also the founder of Global Harvest Ministries and co-founder of the World Prayer Center. Wagner and his wife, Doris, live in the city of Colorado Springs, USA.



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History and services Charles Peter Wagner
From the year 1956-1971, Wagner family were missionaries, under the South American Mission and Andes Evangelical Mission, who served in Bolivia.
In 1971, Wagner became professor of Church Growth at the Faculty of Intercultural Studies (School of Intercultural Studies, formerly the School of World Mission / School of World Mission), part of the Fuller Theological Seminary]]. Wagner and Donald McGavran is the founder of this faculty, which became a popular and influential organizations in the movement of Evangelical, Pentecostal, and Charismatic internationally.
In 1981, Wagner replaces McGavran as the Dean of the Faculty. He resigned from office in 1998 to focus more on his ministry.
In 1982, Wagner teamed up with John Wimber, founder of the Vineyard Movement to establish a new study at Fuller called "Signs, Wonders, and Church Growth" (Signs, Miracles, and Church Growth). Since then, Wagner has been officially attributed to teaching and Charismatic theology. Wagner describes himself as an evangelical charismatic.
In 1990, he also taught in a Sunday School class with a strong focus on the gifts of the Holy Spirit, known as teaching "120 Fellowship" ("Alliance 120" 0, at Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, USA.
Education
B.S. Rutgers University (summa cum laude), 1952
M.Div. Fuller Theological Seminary, 1955
Th.M. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1962
M.A. Fuller Seminary School of World Mission (Missiology), 1968
Ph.D. University of Southern California (Social Ethics), 1977


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Spiritual warfare Charles Peter Wagner
Wagner wrote about spiritual warfare, in books including Confronting the Powers: How the New Testament Church Experienced the Power of Strategic-Level Spiritual Warfare and Engaging the Enemy. In Confronting the Powers, Wagner breaks down spiritual warfare as having three levels: "Ground Level: Person-to-person, praying for each other's personal needs. Occult Level: deals with demonic forces released through activities related to Satanism, witchcraft, astrology and many other forms of structured occultism. Strategic-Level or Cosmic-Level: To bind and bring down spiritual principalities and powers that rule over governments."Strategic-level intercession" uses "spiritual mapping" and "tearing down strongholds" to engage in spiritual warfare against "territorial spirits". According to Wagner, these methods "were virtually unknown to the majority of Christians before the 1990s”.The premise of Engaging the Enemy is that Satan and his demons are literally in the world, that Satan's territorial spirit-demons may be identified by name, and that Christians are to engage in spiritual warfare with them. In Hard-Core Idolatry: Facing the Facts, Wagner asserts that Catholic saints bring honor to the spirits of darkness, and promotes the burning of their statues in Argentina. Wagner asserts that the Holy Spirit came to his associate, Cindy Jacobs (a "prophet" in Wagner’s Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders) and "told her that in [the Argentinian city of] Resistencia they must burn the idols, like the magicians did in Ephesus".

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