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Invasion of Other Gods: The Seduction of New Age Spirituality e-book

Author:

David Jeremiah,Carole C. Carlson

Language:

English

Category:

Spirituality

Subcategory:

Religious Studies

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1803 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Word Publishing; UNABRIDGED VERSION edition (August 1, 1996)

Pages:

225

ISBN:

0849939879

Invasion of Other Gods: The Seduction of New Age Spirituality e-book

by David Jeremiah,Carole C. Carlson


Invasion of Other Gods. David Jeremiah shows how this new spirituality is flooding our culture with teachings and terminology that clearly contradict the Christian Gospel.

Invasion of Other Gods. New Age philosophy is really ancient paganism repackaged for modern consumption. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

New Age philosophy is really ancient paganism repackaged for modern consumption.

David Jeremiah (Goodreads Author), Carole C. Carlson. As Dr. Jeremiah was sensitive to God’s leading in his life, he followed in his father’s footsteps. Lists with This Book. In 1963, Dr. Jeremiah received a Bachelor of Arts from Cedarville College. In that same year, Dr. Jeremiah married his college sweetheart, Donna Thompson who also was attending Cedarville College as a business major.

Invasion of Other Gods - Dr. David Jeremiah. Invasion of other gods. Invasion of other gods: the seduction of new age spirituality/David Jeremiah with C. C. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references. The seduction of new age spirituality.

Items related to Invasion of Other Gods: The Seduction . Author of a dozen of books, he is a speaker in conferences about the Bible in chapels. He and his wife, Donna, have four children.

Items related to Invasion of Other Gods: The Seduction of New Age Spiritualit. Jeremiah, David; Carlson, Carole C. Invasion of Other Gods: The Seduction of New Age Spirituality. ISBN 13: 9780849911958. Two of their children are married & they also have one grandchild.

David Jeremiah shows how this new spirituality is flooding our culture with teachings and terminology that clearly .

David Jeremiah shows how this new spirituality is flooding our culture with teachings and terminology that clearly contradict the Christian Gospel. Author Bio. ▼▲. David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point, an international ministry committed to providing Christians with sound Bible teaching through radio and television, the Internet, live events, and resource materials and books. He is the author of more than fifty books, including Is This the End?, The Spiritual Warfare Answer Book, David Jeremiah Morning and Evening Devotions, and Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible.

Invasion of Other Gods - The Seduction of New Age Spirituality Study Guide David Jeremiah - Senior Pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, CA and President of Christian Heritage College. Radio broadcast "Turning Point" is heard on more than 300 stations. Has the name "Elsie Dinn" written on the inside cover page. David Jeremiah, C. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Invasion of Other Gods from your list? Invasion of Other Gods. Published July 17, 1996 by Thomas Nelson.

New Age philosophy is really ancient paganism repackaged for modern consumption. David Jeremiah shows how this new spirituality is flooding our culture with teachings and terminology that clearly contradict the Christian Gospel.


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I am reading this book and noticing how well it has been researched. The authors know their stuff and did a great job on research. However the problem is that most wont even look at a book like this one, because it will make them think, and they do not want to think. This book is a great guide for the Christian that wants to know all the nitty details of the New Age movement. However for a simpler guide check out the books "So Whats the Difference" & "Who are you to Judge?" The first book gives a synopsis of the highlights of major religions and cults. The second book is a introduction to Biblical discernment and it has a chapter on the New Age movement.
IGOT
a must read for what is happening in our world today.
Jarortr
Great book. Very insightful. It was first written in 1995 but it could have been written yesterday. What once seemed like paranoia, now is a very really present threat to Biblical Christianity. The "spirituality" that seems new is just a repackaged version of Satan's original temptation in the garden of Eden "and you will be like God".
Nalme
this is an interesting book and i cannot wait to get started on reading it. i have several other of his books.
RUL
Arroved quickly but I haven't had time to read it as yet. Anything by Dr. Jeremiah is good, though. Thanks!
Daigami
David P. Jeremiah (born 1941) is an evangelical Christian author, evangelist, and senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California. (C.C. Carlson is a famous Christian author/ghostwriter.)

He writes in the Introduction to this 1995 book, "As we more toward the end of the twentieth century, even the most optimistic observers are concerned about the spiritual direction of our nation. We also seem to have ignored the warnings of God... This book is about those other gods---the humanistic and occultic influences---that have made inroads into our homes, schools, businesses, and even our churches... I hope you will see the tears in this book as you are confronted with the growing seduction of the New spirituality."

Here are some additional quotations from the book:

"I became increasingly aware that ideas once considered 'bizarre' were finding their way into our American culture. New Age devotees have turned in their headbands and icons and donned business suits. Their targets are the schools, the media, corporate America, government, healthcare, and our churches. New Age is no longer standing outside the door; it has stepped into the home and invaded mainstream America..." (Pg. 14)
"Is it dangerous? Should we assign channeling to the scrap heap of discarded junk? Listen to what happened a few years after (J.Z.) Knight and Ramtha's rise to fame and fortune: J.Z. Knight establithed the Ramtha School of Enlightenment at her estate... Stories of sleep deprivation, brainwashing techniques, and fear-based teachings were reported... A few years later, fear permeated her teachings. She began to talk of space aliens who were in conspiracy with the U.S. government and who fed on human beings. She called on people to build secret underground shelters stocked with two years' worth of food so they could protect themselves when the aliens invade. She warned of a war over the human race between the aliens who view humans as cattle they have raised and gods from another planet who created people to be their slaves." (Pg. 67)
"My co-author and I have felt the oppression of studying about the New Spirituality, but we do not want to be consumed by it. We are going to walk away from this research, knowing that the information is there if we need it. We hope that you are more sensitive now to what's going on in the world around us." (Pg. 196)
Kinashand
I was raised Baptist. I never thought of myself as "right wing" or "fundamentalist", but I realize some must think I am. This is an excellent read to remind us of the pitfalls Jesus and the disciples spoke of so often. I'm a Christian....err go some must label me. I'm pleased with that label. Thank you Dr. Jeremiah for your strong guidance and courage.
Up front: I'm not a follower of or adherent to any soi-disant "new age" philosophy or spirituality, though I do remain open to "new age" ideas about mind-body medicine, meditation, and alternative dispute-resolution. I happened across this book in the "spirituality" section of a chain bookstore which shall remain nameless, while temporarily assigned to duty at the culturally-benighted Ft. Bragg, N.C. To my mind it is a paradigmatic example of one of the most terrifying and pernicious ideas I've ever encountered - the closed-minded, narrow, fear-driven confusion of "protection" with ignorance.
What is it about this stream of Christianity that so doubts itself and its truth that it must throw up walls against a wider world? If the Gospel of Jesus is self-evidently and transcendentally true from the perspective of its believers, it need fear no competition in the marketplace of lesser ideas. To want to deprive one's family of access to information is to express contempt and disrespect for them, and is simultaneously an admission regarding one's true feelings about the relative robustness or utility of faith.
Conflating Hinduism or Buddhism with UFO worship, the Moonies, and the Jonestown cultists, further, is merely ignorant and insulting.
I wish Christians would be secure and comfortable enough in their faith that they wouldn't seek to deny the validity of others' paths to understanding, however flaky they might be.

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