Apologetics Index

Month: November 2007

Encountering G12 – Analyzing the “Cellular Vision” of César Castellanos

To fully appreciate the impact of G12, consider this: For over six years we have received cries for help from pastors and Christian laypeople across Latin America who have paid dearly for their churches' adoption of the G12 model. Some have had their faith ruined or thrown into confusion; others have suffered psychological damage. Churches and families have been torn asunder, and entire denominations have been thrown into upheaval.

Encountering G12 – The Encounter

For many, the Encounter is the most controversial component of the entire G12 system. The effectiveness of the process depends, in part, on the element of mystery -- even secrecy; thus, in many cases, churches forbid those who have taken part in an Encounter weekend from telling others exactly what takes place. In Latin America, if someone asks a graduate how the Encounter was, he or she is instructed to simply say: It was tremendous. Given the number of disturbing reports we have received, it's not difficult to see why.