NAR peddler says Don't Say Dominionism when talking to secular folks
Lance Wallnau joins two other leading Seven Mountains proponents - Johnny Enlow and Os Hillman - to warn Christians not to using the phrase "dominion" or talk about "taking over" in front of secular or media audiences.
Wallnau: Part of my problem is that people will take my message, link their own interpretation to it and go out and talk about taking down high places, coming against the Devil - I am very particular where I use that language because you don't want to startle the horses out of the barn. If you're talking to a secular audience, you don't talk about having dominion over them, I mean, my gosh, that's what their afraid of, that's what the Left is saying the Right wants to do and the Right is saying the Left wants to do.
So the anxiety is based on misinformation. What I've said today is I want to find out who's anointed with the right ideas and I want to serve them - to be a Joseph, you're going to shape Pharaoh.
This whole idea of taking over, and that language of take over, it doesn't actually help - it's good for preaching to the choir, and it's shorthand if we interpret it right, but it's very bad for media.
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also (Matthew 6:21)