Christian-Cloaked Occultism

“These practices, seductive as they may be, drift away from the core biblical teachings and often have more in common with New Age or occult beliefs than they do with orthodox Christianity. It’s a growing concern that necessitates unwavering discernment.”

(The Dissenter) In Part XIII of our hard-hitting series on the Snares of the Modern Church, we unmask one of the most pernicious yet insidious traps that have ensnared unwitting believers—occultism. Yes, you read that right. We’re talking about occult practices that have slithered their way into modern Christianity, camouflaging themselves as “spiritual disciplines” or “deep prayer methods.” From Lectio Divina promoted by well-known figures like John Piper, to Contemplative Prayer endorsed by many leaders including the late Tim Keller, these practices have wormed their way into mainstream Christian thought.

Cloaked in biblical language and endorsed by such highly-regarded Evangelical figureheads, they gain credence and spread like wildfire, undetected by the undiscerning believer. But these are not simply benign practices with no consequences—they are deeply rooted in mysticism and unbiblical ideologies, drawing believers away from the solid foundation of Scripture and into a murky world of subjective, emotional, and experiential spirituality. And this isn’t merely a fringe issue either, it’s pervasive in many Evangelical churches on many different levels and demands immediate and unyielding scrutiny. View article →



Christians Have A Choice To Make: Paul Of Tarsus Or Taurus The Bull. Which Will It Be? By Marsha West

Research: New Age Movement

CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains many people you’ll want to mark and avoid as per Rom 16:17-18 such as John Piper, Tim Keller & Rick Warren


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