1. Thank you for this work, very important. During the 1970s I was much involved with deliverance ministry and many of those who wanted demons cast out had been involved in practices you describe. Our Earthen Vessel Media LLC is bringing out a revised edition of a book I wrote in 1977, The Deliverance Book, to be used to train Christians on how to do this now increasingly important ministry.

  2. […] After Rohr learned about the Enneagram in the 1970s, he shared his Enneagram teaching on ten tapes, later writing his now classic best-selling book, ‘Discovering the Enneagram: An Ancient Tool for a New Spiritual Journey’ (now titled The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective). – New Booklet: The Enneagram—An Enlightening Tool or an Enticing Deception? […]

  3. Rob Overgaard

    Thank you for the great research in this booklet! I have recently been searching the web for information to share with relatives and friends who seem to respect Matt Chandler and others like him. It was so nice to see detailed material beyond what I had found!

  4. T. I. Miller

    Numerous other evangelical leaders are rallying behind the Enneagram as well.
    Sad enough when the laity is so easily led astray but absolutely tragic when leadership is led astray.
    These are the people that we are to give double honor to?
    How can anyone deny that the great falling away is well on its way.

  5. Linn

    Thank you for this information! So many today who call themselves “Christian”, come to enneagram and yoga, etc., as if it is a smorgasbord and they can choose just the personality type or the physical exercise and Not choose the spiritual that comes with it. You can not separate the spiritual from it. These are package deals. It seems to me that many do not have ears to hear this. It’s too late in time to be messing around! Look up! Our redemption draws nigh!

  6. John J

    Some people would follow and believe in a packet of crisps if you told them it was mystical and would lead them to a bigger knowledge of who-knows-what. No foundation in Christ is the reason all these nonsense (and often deceptive) things keep on popping up all over the place.
    Should one apply just an ounce of common sense, one would see the many logical flaws in the mighty “know-it-all” enneagram.

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