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Author: Kerry D. McRoberts
ISBN13: 978-0943575308
Title: New Age or Old Lie?
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Language: English
Category: Christian Living
Publisher: Hendrickson Pub (September 1, 1989)
Pages: 137

New Age or Old Lie? by Kerry D. McRoberts



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Author, Kerry McRoberts, has provided insight into one of the most discussed socio-religious movements of our day. This new age thinking permeates every major thread of our social fabric. New Age influence can be found in health professions, science, education, entertainment, business and even the military. Its impact is on individuals as well as groups.

by Kerry D. McRoberts. Published 1989 by Henrickson Publishers in Peabody, Mass. Apologetics, New Age movement. Includes bibliographical references.

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Kerry D. McRoberts, New Age or Old Lie? Peabody, Mass. 137 pp. Growing out of an MA thesis at Simon Greenleaf School of. Law, this readable book by an Assembly of God pastor is a worthy addition to the field, but not as informative as Miller, Groothuis, Baer, Martin, and Amano/Geisler. Yet the book has much that is profitable if used with discretion. 59 Russell Chandler, Understanding the New Age. Dallas: Word, 1988. 360 pp. Chandler, a Los Angeles Times writer, in this lucid popular. survey treats many aspects of NA and includes many quotations. Representa-tive of his thirty-three chapters are ones on gurus; crystal and pyramid power; commercial appeal; ideas in education, music and art; theories of conspiracy; reincarnation or resurrection; and cautions and dangers. His concluding chapter presents Jesus Christ as the man of all ages.

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Author, Kerry McRoberts, has provided insight into one of the most discussed socio-religious movements of our day. This new age thinking permeates every major thread of our social fabric. New Age influence can be found in health professions, science, education, entertainment, business and even the military. Its impact is on individuals as well as groups. The author reiterates the total adequacy and relevance of the Christian faith opposed to the alternative altars of the New Age. The main task of the church is to proclaim the gospel and this book does that as he attempts to clear the truth of the Gospel to those who had been deceived by a lie.
Reviews: 2
Nuadazius
Very Direct to the point. Enlightening and a must read to understand this new age we are in and how a large majority of people think. Follows the bible. Have purchased more than one to give to friends I love that are confused. Should be require reading for all pastors and Christians.
Beardana
At the time this 1989 book was written, Kerry McRoberts had "taught apologetics and comparative religions and conducted numerous seminars on the cults and the New Age. Presently he is Senior Pastor at Sumner Assembly of God."

He wrote in the Preface, "This book is more than merely an exposé of the New Age Movement; it is a defense of the Christian faith as an integral and necessary part of presenting the gospel of Jesus Christ to our contemporary culture. The uniqueness of this book, among many already written on the subject, is its demonstration that Christianity is not obsolete, as New Agers would have our culture believe. Founded on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Christianity remains the only hope of all mankind."

Here are some additional quotations from the book:

"The political agenda of the New Age ... has attracted numerous conspirary theorists. The basic plot is set forth, a conscious comprehensive conspiracy of individuals and organizations in league with the Devil to enthrone the Antichrist. The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow by Constance Cumbey is the most influential book of this type to date... Mrs. Cumbey appears to be obsessed with her conspiratorial plot of the New Age to take over the world..." (Pg. 102)
"The New Age Movment is better understood as the result of a dynamic historical, cultural process, rather than a conscious, monolithic conspiracy of international proportions and decades of planning." (Pg. 103)
"Concerns by some Christian writers that an ominous system, like the New Age, could usher in the reign of Antichrist are valid, yet they are easily sensationalized. The biblical record clearly illustrates that we live in a theistic universe, not one left to the conscious, random reordering on a world-wide scale by diabolical coconspirators independent of God's foreordained 'plan.'" (Pg. 106)