1 John 2:27:
The Anointing which you have received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you. As that same anointing teaches you about everything, and is true and not a lie, just as it has taught you, you will remain in him.
Ignored by Whom?
Everyone except the charismatics, who misinterpret this verse. (Church of England exempted because I don’t know much about them, and I don’t know if they are “evangelicals” anyway. Let’s leave them out as not American and outside my scope of knowledge.)
1 John 2:27 has been abused by people who have applied it to themselves individually, thinking that they do not need to be taught. Every “you” in 1 John 2:27 is plural; none are singular. 1 John 2:27 is a promise to the local church, which has teachers to instruct its members, but which does not need to be taught by anyone because it is taught by the Anointing.
That’s why the church can be the pillar and support of the truth, because it is led by the Anointing that is “true and not a lie.”
In overreaction to the charismatics, everyone else ignores this verse, not having any idea what to do with it after its abuse in so many circles. The Roman Catholics, of course, apply this verse to their “magisterium,” or teaching authority. We Protestants are called that because we protest the Roman Catholic claim to teaching authority because what they have been led to is obviously not, at least in our eyes, “the truth and not a lie.”