Christianity Today, Contemplative Spirituality and the New Age

America's leading Christian magazine has turned to promoting mysticism, contemplative prayer and other New Age, anti-Christian practices.

Don't believe it? See for yourself.

Christianity Today Has Become a Central News Agency on Behalf of Contemplative Spirituality. One article after the next is being written by this magazine to convince readers that CP is good. See below:

Drawing Closer to God
by Today's Christian Woman Magazine
(Christianity Today)
In this article about spiritual directors, top contemplative advocates are
quoted and popularized—

Ruth Haley Barton
David Benner
Larry Crabb
Leanne Payne
Brennan Manning
Shalem Prayer Institute

As a matter of fact, the only ones the article is promoting are strong contemplative advocates, those who promote: Universalism, Buddhism, chanting, mantra meditation and the New Age movement, which states all paths lead to God.

"[S]ince the departure of the well-known Bible-defender Harold Lindsell as editor in 1978, CT has continually featured articles and commentaries that compromise the authority of the Bible from its very first verse." Answers in Genesis

**Interview with CT Dick Staub and contemplative Fil Anderson
(trained at Shalem Prayer Institute.)

**CT's Chris Armstrong and Steven Gertz talk about contemplative Larry Crabb.
**Christianity Today promotes contemplative Tony Jones as he leads America's Christian youth into mystical prayer practices.

See Other Organizations
That Have Gone the
Contemplative Way

Editor of Today's Christian Woman (Christianity Today) Endorses Sue Monk Kidd's Book, When the Heart Waits!

Other Articles in Christianity Today That Promote Contemplative

Learning the Ancient Rhythms of Prayer

The Uncensored Merton

Changed by the Unchanging

Contemplative Kids

A Pilgrimage of Trust with Taizé

On the Sacred (and Slightly Irreverent) Way

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