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For Many Shall Come In My Name
Ray Yungen

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How mainstream America is accepting the "Ancient Wisdom" teaching and what this foreshadows.

Millions of Americans are having deep mystical experiences. As a result, the fields of teaching, healing and counseling are being profoundly affected. The very fabric of American life is being slowly transformed.

This is not a fad! This is a Society-Changing movement. Every person needs to know what is taking place in their town, school, church, and in their family. Discover how popular authors such as John Bradshaw and Melody Beattie appear to be promoting ideas similar to those promoted by Shirley MacLane.

  • The modern-day New Age Movement in both the New and Old Testaments.

  • Learn how the "centering prayer" is re-shaping some mainline denominations.

  • Find out how some of the fastest growing techniques sweeping the medical field are based on occultism.

This book discusses the following:

  1. The Age of Aquarius and its meaning in today's world

  2. New Age practices like Reiki and yoga

  3. Harry Potter and real witchcraft

  4. The law of attraction and Oprah

  5. Present day New Age prophets

  6. Yoga in the public schools

  7. Tantric sexuality and its spiritual risks

  8. The Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism)

  9. Wicca and its growing appeal

  10. The occultic explanation of the Holocaust

  11. Interspirituality and the coming false Messiah

  12. The New Age as a force in politics

  13. New Age hostility toward the church

  14. The New Age in light of biblical prophecy

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What others are saying:

Have you ever wondered what is wrong with yoga, breathing exercises and visualization? Did you wonder what was the source of power in these activities? This book will answer those questions and demonstrate the Biblical view of these things.

Ray exposes the breadth of the New Age movement in all areas of America’s activities: business, education, medicine, religion and counseling or self-help methods. Yes, even in mainstream Christian churches there are forms of meditation creeping in, in the guise of different more acceptable names such as “centering prayer”.

Ray Yungen is able to clarify vague and complex terms such as metaphysics, New Age, and higher self. He, with careful documentation, shows that there is a common goal in all the occult and New Age methodologies; that is to discover the god inside you, that you are God! In spite of the distances and various cultures involved, there are common techniques and goals in these New Age practices. The Bible is not silent on these matters. After things are well documented and defined, Ray then uses the last two chapters to tell us what the Scriptures have to say about all this.

Matthew 7:22-23 shows that all paths do not lead to God. We need to judge so that we’ll find the correct path. Galatians 1:8 says, “ But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you, let him be accursed.” Ephesians 5:11 says, ”..have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.”

The Higher Self, sought after in meditation is none other than a familiar spirit warned about in Deuteronomy 18. So when a person is meditating and reaches their “God within,” that person has emptied his mind so that a familiar spirit may come in to lead and dwell within the person!

Ray Yungen then tells the reader what we must do to be saved, how Jesus is a unique sacrifice for us, that we’re save through grace and faith, not works.

– Carole West


Other books by this author:

A Time of Departing

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