Andrew Strom is a charismatic who left the prophetic/apostolic movement in 2004. Since then he has been speaking out about uncritical acceptance of excesses and extra-biblical beliefs and practices accepted uncritically in branches of evangelicalism.
NOTE: We have been blessed with the foreknowledge that, "The Protestants of the United States will be foremost in stretching their hands across the gulf to grasp the hand of spiritualism." GC 588.
The narrator says of these manifestations, "This was repeated all around the world in hundreds and hundreds of churches, wherever this anointing went." Thus, the great sin charged against Babylon is that she "made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication." Revelation 14:8. And it is declared: "Her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities." Revelation 18:5. She has filled up the measure of her guilt, and destruction is about to fall upon her." The Lord will not even smell in their assemblies.
"I saw that since Jesus left the holy place of the heavenly sanctuary and entered within the second veil, the churches have been filling up with every unclean and hateful bird. I saw great iniquity and vileness in the churches; yet their members profess to be Christians. Their profession, their prayers, and their exhortations are an abomination in the sight of God." EW 274.
"This scripture points forward to a time when the announcement of the fall of Babylon, as made by the second angel of Revelation 14 (verse 8), is to be repeated, with the additional mention of the corruptions which have been entering the various organizations that constitute Babylon, since that message was first given, in the summer of 1844. A terrible condition of the religious world is here described. With every rejection of truth the minds of the people will become darker, their hearts more stubborn, until they are entrenched in an infidel hardihood. In defiance of the warnings which God has given, they will continue to trample upon one of the precepts of the Decalogue, until they are led to persecute those who hold it sacred. Christ is set at nought in the contempt placed upon His word and His people. As the teachings of spiritualism are accepted by the churches, the restraint imposed upon the carnal heart is removed, and the profession of religion will become a cloak to conceal the basest iniquity. A belief in spiritual manifestations opens the door to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils, and thus the influence of evil angels will be felt in the churches." GC 603.