Another Jesus Calling: How False Christs are Entering the Church through Contemplative Prayer
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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Lighthouse Trails Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
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Even more troubling, there were no warnings or disclaimers about what was being introduced. By the end of the book, Jesus Calling and its "Jesus" had subtly, and not so subtly, introduced occult/New Age channeling, spiritual dictation, creative visualization, meditation, divine alchemy, co-creation with God, and practicing the presence like it was everyday Christian fare. New Age terms and concepts were brought into the messages like they were no big deal. And added to this were indirect references to a pantheistic poet and two classic New Age books, along with a hearty endorsement of God Calling - the channeled book that inspired Sarah Young to try and receive her own personal messages from Jesus.
The unusual use of language by the "Jesus" of Jesus Calling was also disturbing
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Why Christians need to be discerning readersOctober 21, 2014bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Smith is concerned about the book Jesus Calling. He read the book and it disturbed him.It was troubling for me to see a number of New Age practices and concepts being presented as completely normal for Christians. (12) He warns of the deception of false Christs and the necessity of Christians to be spiritually discerning. He shares his specific concerns about Jesus Calling and God Calling.
Smith reminds Christians that the deceptive spirit world is thoroughly capable of weaving Christian terminology and verses from the Bible in and around metaphysical occult terms and teaching. (28) He makes readers aware of many New Age practices ones readers may not know about.
Smith has presented a pretty good case. While a few of his concerns may seem unfounded, most of them are serious. He has certainly given readers much to think about. His book again points out that we Christians need to be discerning readers.
gailPhoenix, AZAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Must Read for those reading Jesus CallingMarch 26, 2014gailPhoenix, AZAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Another Jesus Calling exposes the pitfalls and fallacies of the newest rave book in Christian circles, Jesus Calling. Another Jesus Calling is logically organized into short chapters with multiple examples (from Sarah Young's book) that contradict Scripture, and Smith provides those scriptures to show how different Sarah Young's "Jesus" is from the Biblical Jesus.
The book is divided into two parts: the first that discusses God Calling which was the "inspirational" basis for Jesus Calling and the second that analyzes the "messages" channeled in Jesus Calling. In all, ten concerns about God Calling and twenty concerns about Jesus Calling are enumerated with Biblical reference.
The arrangement of this book lends itself as a wonderful reference for New Age terminology.
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