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A Quantum Leap Into the Paranormal

In this piece over at truthXchange, Dr. Peter Jones warns that more and more people are experiencing visions of divine light…encounters with various blissful and wrathful archetypal deities…communication with spirit guides and superhuman entities…contact with shamanic power animals… Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! “Christian, stay alert!” advises Dr. Jones for we are “moving […]

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How Deliverance Ministries Lead People to Bondage

There’s no doubt that Christians are in a war.  Every day we see evil in our world, and we have an enemy who passionately hates that we belong to Jesus Christ. Some churches attempt to engage with the demonic realm in spiritual warfare. Are these so-called “Deliverance Ministries” biblical? See our White Paper on Angels, […]

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Jennifer LeClaire Claims “New Age Angels of Transition” Will Save America?

Charismatics dabble in all sorts of strange practices these days.  In this case, an occult practice known as telepathic communication….with angels, supposedly. If Jennifer LeClaire knew anything at all about the Bible, she’d be aware that God’s people are to have nothing whatsoever to do with sorcery.  In fact, He forbids it: There shall not […]

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Discernment Made Easy: A List of Celebrity Christians Who Declare The Bible Insufficient

Bud Ahlheim reveals several high-profile Christians who have endorsed the best-selling book Jesus Calling. The thing that’s most troubling about any Christian who touts the book is that doing so indicates a lack of spiritual discernment.  What makes me say that?  Because the author, Sarah Young, claims she hears directly from Jesus Christ and wrote down […]

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Nancy Leigh (DeMoss) Wolgemuth Mixes Pagan Witchcraft Circle-Making With Christianity

And people wonder why “Cheetos-eaters living in their mothers’ basements” (discernment bloggers) blog about Christian celebs like Nancy Lee (DeMoss) Wolgemuth!  “Watchbloggers” as we’ve been dubbed, feel that our brethren should know when a Christian leader strays from the truth. And according to Jeff Maples of Pulpit & Pen, DeMoss-Wolgemuth strayed when she began promoting a […]

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Biblical View of Codependency and Alcoholics Anonymous

Gary Gilley and M. Kurt Goedelman examine the controversial topic of psychology in the Church and what is termed “codependency.” Codependency was introduced into the Christian community through Frank Minirth, Paul Meier, and Henry Cloud. Many readers will be surprised to learn that there is neither scientific nor biblical evidence to support the theories of Minirith, […]

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The ultimate oxymoron: “Christian Psychic”

It’s a dangerous thing to cause others to stumble into deception. But this book author will most likely convince many sheep that wrong is right, and, well, you know. Here’s what “author and paranormal investigator” Adrian Lee has to say about his new book, How To Be A Christian Psychic: Some Christians wrongly believe that […]

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Christians Don’t Take Personality Tests

I discovered the following post, written by Jessica Pickowicz, on Michelle Lesley’s blog. I’ve written on this subject myself in Carl Jung: Psychologist or Sorcerer?   In it I examined Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality.  The Myers-Briggs test is designed to see what makes people tick. Christians should not take part in […]

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“The moment you speak something out you give birth to it”

Amiee Byrd, author and contributor on Mortification of Spin, has written a review of Positively Powerless.  I’ll get to Aimee’s review in a moment but before I do, a short synopsis on the Power of Positive Thinking is in order.  Positive thinking is based in the so-called Law of Attraction which is the principle that like attracts like. […]

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Goddess Worship in America and How It’s Affecting the Church

Lighthouse Trails is offering a new booklet tract by Maria Kneas and John Lanagan.  The booklet reveals the little known fact that full-blown Goddess worship developed in the 1950s. Goddess worship is embraced by the world of the occult.  Witchcraft, radical feminism and even some liberal churches is steeped in goddess worship. The occult world holds to […]

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