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.
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
In this article about spiritual directors, top contemplative advocates are
quoted and popularized—
Ruth Haley Barton
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
**Christianity Today promotes contemplative Tony Jones as he leads America's Christian youth into mystical prayer practices.
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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