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Reference: Bill Berkowitz, Alternet, Heads Up: Prayer Warriors and Sarah Palin Are Organizing Spiritual Warfare to Take Over America, March, 1, 2010
Berkowitz reveals that the New Apostolic Reformation's cause in their videos is to "demonstrate the taking control of communities and nations through large networks of 'prayer warriors' whose spiritual warfare is used to expel and destroy the demons that cause societal ills. Once the territorial demons, witches, and generational curses are removed, the 'born-again' Christians in the videos take control of society."
Leaders in the movement call themselves "apostles" and identify with Republican Christian Fundamentalists like Sarah Palin, Sam Brownback, Michele Bachmann and Jim DeMint.
It seems there are more and more of these Christian right religious groups that have a home in the Republican Party or identify with certain members. The Council for National Policy and the 'C" Street Family are two others that seem to directly focus on the political rather than the spirtual. The question in my mind is how much of the Republican Party policy is controlled by these groups. They certainly don't seem to have a more traditional Christian agenda, and perhaps are only taking advantage of their "church" status to avoid taxes.