The New Age Movement and the Biblical Worldview: Conflict and Dialogue

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1998 - 614 páginas
John Newport delivers a comprehensive study of the impact of New Age beliefs on contemporary culture - and on Christianity itself - while also offering an effective, biblical antidote to today's worldview crisis. After first surveying the historical development of the New Age worldview, from ancient times through important tendencies in nineteenth-century America to recent Far Eastern influences, Newport explores in depth eleven key areas of the New Age worldview and contrasts each area of belief with the traditional biblical worldview.

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Rather good actually, for a Christian book. It doesn't misrepresent Paganism it just presents the Christian view of it. Leer comentario completo

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A Ph.D. in New Testament studies, Newport delved more deeply into the area of world religions on a postdoctoral fellowship. While teaching and lecturing, he has encountered leaders of various facets ... Leer comentario completo

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Contenido

The New Age Movement
1
Tracing the Origins of New Age
19
A Worldview Crisis
40
Consciousness and Radical Transformation
53
Spiritism and Channeling vs Biblical Revelation and Prophecy
145
Magic Witchcraft Neopaganism and the Goddess Movement
212
Ecology and the New Age
274
Health and the New Age Worldview
324
Education
418
Science
446
The Arts
470
The Meaning of History
499
Modern Satanism and Black Magic
533
Critique and Transformation
596
Index
608
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The World of Business
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