Believers Alerted to New Ageism & Secular Humanism


Part 1: What is Mindfulness & Should Christians Practice it? 

Mindfulness is a relatively new therapeutic meditative relaxation technique that has been popularised at an extremely rapid pace since its inception in the 1970’s. It is now being promoted just about everywhe...

The practice of Spiritual Disciplines as a means of advancing a Christian’s growth in grace or sanctification have recently made a come-back in the United States of America. Their rapid propagation and widespread acceptance can partly be attributed to the vast number o...

Reconciliation means a change in “relationship.”[2] The need for reconciliation presupposes estrangement between two parties (read more.....)

Contemplative prayer is a meditative prayer method that has recently experienced a renaissance; this particular ‘prayer’ technique is very similar to other prayer methods used in Lectio Divina,  'Christian Yoga' and Prayer labyrinths; the origins of contemporary contem...

Since the turn of the millennium, the world has witnessed a virtual meltdown of biblical Christianity. While many are saying Christianity is experiencing a great revival and even a “new reformation,” this commentary will document the demise of Christianity by showing w...

Spiritual formation is the process of apparent spiritual development through engaging in a set of behaviours, termed disciplines. Advocates believe these disciplines help shape the character of the practitioner into the likeness of Christ.

Though superficially similar t...

February 8, 2018

In October 2013, the Editors of B.A.N.A.S.H.published an article on their blog entitled Reformed Theologian recommends a book on 'Contemplative Prayer'.  This article highlighted Dr Beeke's recommendation of a book written by Tom Schwanda entitled 'Soul Recreation' on...

The 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions was held October 15-19 in Salt Lake City, Utah. They estimated over fourteen thousand people attended this New Age (now called “interfaith”) convention at the cost of $500/person. This convention was well advertised for over...

The writings of Madame Guyon (1648-1717) are very popular today in evangelical, charismatic, and ecumenical circles. Guyon was a Roman Catholic who had visions and other mystical experiences and wrote about them in her published works.  (read more......)

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