Goal

The goal and objective of the book “Exposing Spiritualistic Practices in Healing” is to expose the neo-pagan (New Age) movement’s deceptions in presenting as secular, however, in reality spiritualistic, a variety of healing disciplines.

The scope of this deception is so large and so many different deceiving methods are used that it is impossible to cover them all, so the book’s focus is on revealing the foundational basis from which the many counterfeit healing methods explain their power and their origin.

With a reasonable understanding of these principles it is possible to determine for oneself whether a particular healing modality is real or spiritualistic.

 

Satan uses spurious healing modalities as entering wedges to turn our world view toward Eastern mysticism, the divinity of man, and nature as god.   “The man who makes the working of miracles the test of his faith will find that Satan can, through a species of deceptions, perform wonders that will appear to be genuine miracles.”  “We are coming right upon the time when Satan is to work with all manner of bewitching influences, and those who are charmed with them now, or give them the least countenance now, will be all ready to be swept right into act a part with the devil then.” (II SM page 51,52).

This book was written specifically to and for a particular Christian Denomination, but the information therein is applicable to all denominations and people, Christian and non Christian.

As a practicing physician I observed among my patients, some being members of my church, interest in and imbibing in what I understood from Biblical writing to be spiritualistic healing practices.

My denomination also had an abundance of written material that made clear the nature of such healing methods, but some members were not searching for Biblical exposure or utilizing these church publications which would have guided them into another direction in seeking health.  Therefore the compilation of this book was undertaken using the Bible as a source, utilizing books featuring these modalities, other Christian authors that were exposing such, and often adding in for emphasis the quotations from an author, E.G. White, who possessed a deep understanding of the spiritualistic principles involved in these New Age promoted healing techniques as new, but truly were of ancient pagan origin.

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