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  1. Joel Nordstrom

    I happily watched “touched by an Angel”, for many years.
    If you listen very carefully, they mention the father, they mention the Holy Spirit, they talk about angels, they talk about “GOD”, but not once did they ever mention the name of Jesus Christ. The only reason for our salvation and the only reason any of us will make it into heaven it’s because of him is giving us the greatest gift ever.
    Believe in you think God is in everything is a sure-fire sign you are part of some of far Eastern/New age BS religion. Pray for her and her husband. They are being mightily deceived by Satan

  2. "Kris Jim Christian"

    I thought some “Touched by an Angel” episodes were spiritually “off.”
    Tess & Monica (Reese & Downey) once convinced a man to accept his son’s gayness. When the son died of AIDS without even asking God’s forgiveness (since Tess stopped him!), he went with the angels as if ready for Heaven.
    Monica once got a job at a strip club to help rescue a woman who had unwillingly become a stripper for lack of other options. When Monica realized what the job would require, she walked out. Tess got mad & said she should still be inside!
    1 episode ended with a man deciding not to build over a pagan sacred ground.
    Once, a couple was about to attempt suicide, & a death angel said, “D***, I hate these suicide missions!”
    Monica opposed a female demon a few times. Though they were enemies, 1 of these episodes was called “Sympathy for the Devil.”
    In the series finale, a man sang “When Mama Prayed.” We saw the devil in human form during the lyrics, “You almost felt sorry for the devil, cause Heaven knows he didn’t have a prayer.” It’s as if they wanted us to feel sorry for him.

    Questionable imagery:
    Ep. 1 began with a hissing snake. Not ’til the series finale did an angel oppose him.
    Monica once drank hot sauce labeled with a demonic picture & name.
    She once hit a baseball, which flew off as the series’ famous dove, as if she’d hit the dove.
    Tess once crumpled a cigarette pack that became the dove & flew off. It’s odd the dove would come from things crushed/hit…

  3. Jen,
    If you read Greg Reid’s two booklets/articles documenting Roma Downey’s New Age affinities, it may help you to understand the concerns many of us have. We’d be happy to send you a free copy of each of those two booklets if you would like them. Just email us your mailing address to editors@lighthousetrails.com. We will keep your information confidential.

  4. Jen

    Hi there, . I agree.I never sensed anything heretical in Roma Downey, but I have sensed something “off” with Joel Osteen’s teachings. Sometimes people tend to split hairs over small matters (and as you said, “taking things out of context”), yet ignore the bigger matters. My mother was an evangelist for years, and always preached the power of the Cross, yet shortly before her passing, she said the Lord showed her His wonders in all creation, from plants and trees to people. She didn’t become pantheistic, or panentheistic, just appreciative of God’s majesty and glory in His creation.

  5. Beanie

    I think you are taking her out of context. She never endorses the new age. She is a positive person, and tries to find the good in everyone. She says, “I see God in everyone.” How is that so heretical? I think you are jumping to conclusions. She chooses to see the Creator in his creation; she is not endorsing new age doctrine. You have not listened to anything else she has said. She and her husband took a big stand, with tons of criticism, trying to re-expose Americans to Christianity again.
    You are making an accusation, with little or no evidence. This jumping to conclusions is what gives Christians a bad name. If you want to criticize someone, criticize Joel Osteen. He is the watered down guy.

  6. Lauren St. Vincent

    Thank you for articles like these. They need to be spread everywhere to expose the lies and liars, to protect the body of Christ from this poison. I will share this and hope others will do the same to get the word out.

  7. Eliza

    Why wonder what the men attending the NRB will do? They have already proven themselves apostates. Anyone who believes God is in everyone/everything doesn’t know their own heart or the sinfulness of mankind. They are obvioulsy deeply deceived.

  8. Steve Hughes

    When evangelicals and Catholics together came out 20 years ago main Christian leaders Across America endorsed Roman Catholicism. The same thing continues to happen today where the main Christian leadership across America will not confront false Doctrine. We continue to slide into apostasy. I believe these Christian leaders know but also know that it will cost them to speak out.

  9. E lizabeth Bennett

    Have these endorsers read Box of Butterflies? There is no way that a true believer in Jesus Christ should approve of a book that favorably quotes idol-worshippers and New-agers and other authors who are not even born-again. Maybe the purpose is fame and fortune? Mystery!!

  10. Anna Rosa

    Also, I have noticed a big ‘amping up’ of this heresy all over lately, the ‘oneness’ and the ‘god in all’ pantheistic heresies, as well as the ‘unity’ heresy. I truly believe this is the big LIE that people will believe in the end over the truth of the cross, and you can’t have it both ways. The same lie coming full circle from the beginning from satan. But we ARE separate, God is separate from His creation, not only are we not ‘god,’ but the church is separate from the sinful world. Yet only we have been reconciled to God through the cross, the only way. Yet so many verses get twisted by satan for this deception. Thank you for this timely post! ( :

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