Phillip Pullman's novels draw heavily on gnostic ideas, and His Dark Materials trilogy (of which book one, The Golden Compass, was released as a movie) has been a subject of controversy, especially among Christians.
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Phillip Pullman's children's stories in essence are propaganda for his religion, namely, a militant and slightly mystical atheism.
Research resources on The Golden Compass, book one of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials.
Teachings by Rick Warren.
Earl Paulk, the 80-year-old leader of a suburban Atlanta megachurch is at the center of a sex scandal of biblical dimensions: He slept with his brother's wife and fathered a child by her.
Implementing G12 can bring drastic changes, virtually wiping out existing church structures and programs. Still, Castellanos virtually guarantees that any church that abandons its traditional approach and fully adopts the G12 vision will grow.
For many, the Encounter is the most controversial component of the entire G12 system. The effectiveness of the process depends, in part, on the element of mystery -- even secrecy; thus, in many cases, churches forbid those who have …
Evidently, Castellanos and his disciples have elevated this mix of methods to the level of success by means of pressure and manipulation.
Footnotes to Encountering G12 -- Analyzing the cellular vision of César Castellanos.
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Among other things, the senator wants to know the tax-exempt purpose of items purchased for her ministry’s headquarters, such as a $23,000 marble-topped commode, a $30,000 conference table and an $11,219 French clock.
Tony Alamo Ministries is now considered a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors such organizations.
Discernment is more than just a skill. Discernment is a gift from God before it is anything else. Yet there are clearly skills you put to use in using your gift, and you can become better at it through training …
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A religious cult that claims to have been on earth since tens of thousands of years ago would like its members to live on air and light alone. Perhaps that is why they are not paying their bills.