A "humanitarian" blogger calls the Prayer of the Centurion (Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof) one of the "most destructive phrases in human history."
REIKI BY ANY OTHER NAME?
Hurd Baruch with Moira Noonan
ON RELIGIOUS KITSCH & FALSE PAGANISM
People whose ideological forebears fought so hard to keep religion out of the public sphere are now flying Tibetan prayer flags.
EXERCISES IN TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY
This popular author and conference speaker, with a master’s in transpersonal psychology, is an evangelist for New Age syncretism.
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Review of The Revenge of Gaia
Review of Green Sisters: A Spiritual Ecology
ARE THEY COMPATIBLE?
Joel S. Peters
The labyrinth is "a large, complex circle which is an ancient symbol of the
Divine Mother, the God within, the Goddess..."
A BROWN OUT
Larry A. Carstens
WHY BE SUCKERED?
"Did you ever wonder why we no longer hear teaching on serious personal sin?"
PLATO VS. DEWEY
Alice von Hildebrand
SEND AWAY THE CLOWNS
FROM THE DETRITUS OF ANCIENT GNOSTICISM
A new, unheard-of Magdalen emerges from the detritus of antiquity — unheard of by you and me because she comes straight out of the ancient Gnostics.
Stratford Caldecott calls for a "new movement" that amounts to a New Ager-Catholic dialogue.
TYRANNY IN THE NAME OF TOLERANCE
New Age teachers invert Christian doctrine about sin, the Devil, and the Fall.
The Roman historian Livy observed: "We can neither endure our vices nor face the remedies needed to cure them."
"IF I'M WRONG, I'M DEAD WRONG" -- BISHOP SWING
Episcopal Bishop Swing said the world needs “a global soul,” to be created by conferences, fundraising, and declarations.
NOTES ON GNOSTICISM
Renewed scholarly interest in gnosticism has been, for the most part, remarkably sympathetic, as if it represented an important corrective and alternative to Christianity.
SEARCHING FOR THE REAL GOD
Thomas W. Case
By some stretch of the imagination, Buddhism can be chopped down to fit Christianity, but Christianity cannot be chopped down to fit Buddhism.
- Karl Keating