To Lighthouse Trails:
My wife was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis about a year ago, and she/we have been sent on various “coping with MS” courses. In every case, occult techniques have been encouraged, endorsed, and recommended by _____ staff nurses and others (who do them themselves!) – and outside occult “therapists” have been brought in as part of the courses to “educate” sufferers about the “benefits.” We were astonished at how effective this was at recruiting MS sufferers into joining their local groups as – right in front of us – pretty much everyone apart from we two signed up immediately afterwards.
My wife and I have become increasingly alarmed that so many UK Christians seem to be “sleepwalking into danger.” If a respected medical-professional endorses something, it’s often just accepted uncritically by many Christians here. The thought that it may be some sort of spiritual “Trojan Horse” is unthinkable. By way of example, one greatly-respected local pastor-teacher and his wife (both of our acquaintance) were recently so persuaded to try a “Christianised” form of Tai Chi & Qigong to help with his depression. We warned them, to no avail; they tell us that they have tried it, it really helps, they would recommend it, and our warnings are clearly just paranoia.
An elder and pastor-teacher in __________ Church, UK