http://www.equip.org/PDF/JAW755-1.pdf - What’s wrong with the word of faith movement? (Part 1)
https://www.equip.org/article/whats-wrong-with-the-word-faith-movement-part-two/ - What’s wrong with the word of faith movement (Part 2)
https://ucministries.wordpress.com/2011/03/16/on-the-word-of-faith-heresy-by-john-edwards/ - John Edwards (Rhema Bible College graduate) on why he left the WOF movement
https://www.youtube.com/user/Fighting4theFaith/videos - Fight for the Faith podcast (Pirate Christian Radio) hosted by Confessional Lutheran pastor Chris Rosebrough.
Summer Cloud's comment: Rev. Rosebrough cogently and entertainingly exposes the follies & foibles of teachers & preachers in the WOF movement plus those who are part of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) and much more.
https://www.youtube.com/user/bzel333/videos - hosted by Bezelt3
From An Inquiry Into the Theological Characteristics of the Word of Faith, Third Wave Movement, and New Apostolic Reformation by Richard Pinckney Moore
“I also want to be clear that I believe in the supernatural. I believe in the deep and mysterious work of the Holy Spirit. I believe that sign gifts can and are able to be exercised today. I am not a complete cessationist, who says that the sign gifts ceased with the twelve Apostles and the finalization of the Scriptural Canon. I am also neither a full non-cessationist who believes that all sign gifts are to be practiced fully as they were in all their fullness in the book of Acts, etc. I find myself somewhere fully in between the center of biblical tension. In that tension, I do believe that these gifts should be practiced, in accordance with the epistles and how the New Testament clearly lays out how these gifts ought to be practiced. There is clear precedence on how they ought to be practiced in an orderly way, never in chaos, confusion or disarray. I believe that people are healed by the power of Jesus, and God can use these supernatural acts to build a bridge over a “gospel threshold” (usually in relation to crossing cultural lines). I know many people who have obviously been healed and/or delivered from crippling illnesses and oppression.”
Summer Cloud's comment: Rev. Moore's position is consonant IMO with that reflected in the oldest known Christian catechism (50 CE?), The Didache.