Missions, Mysticism & Magic
While certain political leaders are feverishly working to "fundamentally transform" America, leaders of the non-denominational missionary organization, Adventures in Missions (AIM), are training thousands of young adults to be radical revolutionaries fighting for social justice in an effort to change the world. Not only are they turning young peoples' minds against the "evils" of capitalism, leaders of AIM are mocking the "Western concept" of God and indoctrinating them into Eastern mysticism and the dark world of the occult. This is being done for the expressed purpose of fulfilling the Great Commission and ushering in God's kingdom on earth. Missions, Mysticism & Magic is a concise, eye-opening analysis revealing: *Why young adults are being told they are "becoming God with skin on" and must acquire all the powers Jesus had. *Why the practice of "listening prayer" and exalting the imagination creates deception. *A deeper meaning of Magic, alchemy and transformation. *How combining concepts from the New Age/Emergent movement, and various Pentecostal/Charismatic streams has created a most deceptive spiritual force for change. *Who the "42nd generation" is and why they are "between Jesus and Christ." *The connection of occult numerology to the World Race, a mission trip consisting of traveling to 11 countries in 11 months, and more. Sadly, like AIM, countless other missionary organizations and churches are embracing similar esoteric beliefs and practices. Occultism wraps itself up in Christian terminology, appeals to pride, and offers a false sense of hope, love, and unity. For this reason, Missions, Mysticism & Magic is an invaluable resource. It is also a fervent call for all Christians to test everything, as the Bereans did, against the firm foundation of Scripture (Acts 17:11).
- Paperback | 106 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 6.1mm | 190.51g
- 20 Jul 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Mrs Claris Van Kuiken
Claris Van Kuiken is author of Battle To Destroy Truth: Unveiling a Trail of Deception (1996), her personal account of what took place within a four-year period after she found both subtle and blatant occult teachings were being upheld as Christian in her church and the Christian school her daughter attended. She was also the contributing writer and researcher for Trojan Horse: How the New Age Movement Infiltrates the Church (1993), by Samantha Smith and Brenda Scott. For over 25 years, Mrs. Van Kuiken has been researching and exposing the many ways in which New Age/occult beliefs and practices are penetrating America, its churches and Christian schools-under the guise of being "Christian." She's lectured in several states and Canada, and has been a guest on Christian talk radio. As a free-lance writer, Mrs. Van Kuiken has contributed articles to the Christian Renewal (Canada) and Illinois Family Institute.