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 psychic or paranormal experiences are incompatible with Christianity and threaten the person who experiences them.
Based on a handful of Biblical passages, many people incorrectly think that the Bible warns against such experiences, and about associating with those who share their psychic gifts. This confusion has persisted for centuries.
False information has caused many Christians to deny their authentic spiritual experiences and shun the benefits of healing and insight offered to them by those with spiritual gifts.
In How to Be a Christian Psychic, author Adrian Lee begins by helping Christians comprehend the unique historical settings in which these Bible “warnings” were meant to apply. And he explains how numerous mistranslations of language have accumulated into “teachings” that are not Biblical at all!
Who is this author?
A lifelong Christian, Adrian Lee is also a working historian, the founder of the International Paranormal Society, and a member of the Luton Paranormal Society in England. He has comprehensively investigated ghosts and paranormal activity all over the globe as well as studied the history and theology of Christianity.
In numerous cases, Adrian has interviewed long-dead individuals and turned up previously unknown information that was later verified by further research.
Talking to dead people: That’s called Necromancy, Adrian.
How many will be deceived? How many will twist this into something holy? Says one Amazon reviewer: “It presents a great Bible study on the use of gifts. I think it would make a great study guide for Christian small groups open to considering and using gifts of the spirit.”
Over at Museum of Idolatry, Steven Kozar laments sadly, “this is not a satire piece.”