Neo-Paganism
Reiki, the Occult, and Psychic Attack The   extent   to   which   New   Age   practices   are   becoming   acceptable,   even commonplace,   within   society   is   a   matter   of   great   concern.   They   are   touted as   "new"   but   are   actually   old-fashioned   pagan   beliefs   dressed   up   in   glitzy new   clothes.   Reiki   is   a   prime   example   of   this.   Masquerading   as   a   healing modality,   it   is   really   a   way   of   exposing   members   of   the   public   to   the sinister    influence    of    'spirit    guides'.    As    such    it    is    both    occult    and dangerous. Have nothing to do with it. [Posted 10/04/2016]   Hatha Yoga, the Coiled Serpent, and Undiscerning Christians Many   professing   Christians   have   taken   up   Hatha   yoga   for   health   reasons. They   believe   it   is   possible   to   adopt   the   purely   physical   aspects   of   yoga without   also   accepting   the   philosophy   behind   it.   This   paper   [which   is   also available   as   a   flyer]   shows   why   this   assumption   is   wrong.   All   forms   of yoga,    including    Hatha    yoga,    are    built    around    the    Hindu    pantheistic worldview.   Yoga   is   not   just   incompatible   with   Christianity,   but   hostile   to it.   Christians   who   take   it   up   are   being   incredibly   naive   and   risk   exposing themselves to harmful supernatural influences. [For flyer, click here .]   [Posted 08/02/2016]   Chuck Missler and the Curse of New Age Christianity The   coming   One   World   Religion   is   being   created   through   the   gradual synthesis   of   existing   Christian   organizations   and   groups.   This   process includes   the   introduction   of   New   Age   ideas   in   a   Christianized   form and   the   subsequent   reinterpretation   of   traditional   Biblical   doctrines. One   of   the   leaders   in   this   global   program   of   subversion   is   Chuck Missler    who    for    years    has    portrayed    himself    as    a    champion    of traditional   Evangelical   Christianity.   This   paper   exposes   the   methods he is using and the alarming implications of his New Age beliefs.   [Posted 07/02/2014] 'Communication' with the Departed is forbidden in Scripture There   was   a   time   when   Bible-believing   Christians   understood   and   lived by   the   strict   Biblical   prohibition   against   trying   to   contact   departed   loved ones.   They   knew   both   why   it   was   wrong   and   the   harm   it   would   do.   Alas, many   professing   Christians   today   have   lost   this   understanding   and   are violating   God's   Word   by   seeking   out   signs   and   dreams   from   departed loved   ones.   The   book   Have   Heart   is   a   disturbing   example   of   this   trend. This    paper    explores    the    arguments    made    by    those    who    endorse    this deplorable   practice,   known   as   necromancy,   and   the   way   the   Enemy   is using it to draw the church further into apostasy.  [Posted 14/11/2013] The Jesus Calling  Books are an Alarming New Age Deception Millions   of   copies   of   the   book   Jesus   Calling    by   Sarah   Young   have   been sold   to   date.   It   was   the   best-selling   'Christian'   book   of   2012.   Many   so- called   evangelical   leaders   are   urging   their   churches   to   read   it.   And   yet   it   is an   appalling   travesty   of   Biblical   truth.   This   paper   examines   the   evidence and    shows    just    how    far    'Christian'    publishing    has    departed    from    the traditional   gospel   message.   The   publication   of   Jesus   Calling   marks   a   new phase in the collapse of the evangelical church. [Posted 01/10/2013] Proof that C S Lewis was a Pagan and a not a born-again Christian Millions   of   Christians   the   world   over   cling   to   the   mistaken   belief   that   C   S Lewis     was     a     born-again     Christian     and     a     great     apologist     for     true Christianity.   This   paper   shows   that,   not   only   was   he   not   a   born-again Christian,   but   he   held   numerous   beliefs   which   were   blatantly   New   Age and    occult.    Using    his    own    words,    we    show    that    Lewis    was    a    wolf    in sheep's    clothing,    a    first    class    purveyor    of    mischief,    confusion    and apostasy.  [Posted 2010]