|A Time of Departing||Ray Yungen|
A Time of Departing is a revealing account of a universal spirituality that has infiltrated much of the church today. This book exposes subtle strategies to compromise the Gospel message with Eastern mystical concepts cloaked under the wrappings of contemplative prayer and the silence.
A Time of Departing is about spiritual pilots whose desired destination may be noble and good, but their actual destination is a departure from the saving faith of Christ's work on the Cross and a departure from Biblical truth.
These religious navigators offer both a practical and mystical spirituality that leads to euphoric experiences. The resulting popular spirituality claims to possess an enlightenment that all religions need. Its roots are found in Eastern mystical religions and in New Age Western thought. By using mystical techniques such as the repetition of words (mantras) and the emptying of the mind, professing Christians are testifying to powerful experiences in the spiritual realms. In Christian circles, these techniques are being called: the silence, breath prayer, centering prayer, or contemplative prayer.
Like two rivers merging, Eastern and Western religious thought are joining, thus gaining momentum toward a one world religion in which all paths lead to God.
173 pages. Paperback. Lighthouse Trails Publishing Company.
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