Time of Departing
Exposing the Dangers of Contemplative Prayer If you've ever wondered about centering prayer, the silence, yoga, Reiki, the Desert Fathers and spiritual formation teachings, A Time of Departing is a book you must read! ^^You won't find another book anywhere^like...
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Exposing the Dangers of Contemplative Prayer If you've ever wondered about centering prayer, the silence, yoga, Reiki, the Desert Fathers and spiritual formation teachings, A Time of Departing is a book you must read!
^^You won't find another book anywhere^like this one!
^^Most likely, contemplative spirituality^is already influencing your life or the lives of your loved ones.
Ancient mystical practices are being introduced into countless churches under the umbrella of the spiritual formation movement. Also known as contemplative spirituality, this belief system has roots in mysticism and the occult. A Time of Departing exposes the truth about the new spirituality that is entering the Christian church. Since the first edition of A Time of Departing was released in 2002, contemplative spirituality, also known as the spiritual formation movement, has vastly infiltrated Christendom. This expanded 2nd edition gives clear and concise evidence that this "new" spirituality has roots in mysticism, the occult, and the New Age. New chapters on the Purpose Driven paradigm and the emerging church movement show their connections to the contemplative.
Contemplative Prayer ... Mantra Meditation ... Centering Prayer ... Reiki ... Labyrinths. Are these practices Scriptural? If not, then why are they being promoted in Christian organizations, colleges and churches throughout the world? Read A Time of Departing and find out how and through whom these mystical practices are entering the church.
Ray Yungen, author, speaker and research analyst has studied religious movements for the last twenty years. He is also the author of For Many Shall Come In My Name and A Time of Departing. He is available for radio and television interviews and for seminars, conferences and college assemblies. His exuberance for life and his love for Jesus Christ and for people are evident in his writing. Mr. Yungen resides in Salem, Oregon.