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  • Author:
    Helen Heavirland,Jay Christian
  • ISBN:
    0816316465
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816316465
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  • Publisher:
    Pacific Pr Pub Assn (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    New Age & Spirituality
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Jay Christian, Helen Heavirland (as told to. Falling for a Lie reveals, from a personal perspective, the problems wit accepting New Age concepts such as reincarnation, Karma, and psychic powers.

Falling for a Lie reveals, from a personal God, why won't You talk to me? I've read about others' experiences with spirits. I wan to make sense out of my life. Jay's story also tells you what God says about such falsehoods- critical truths he failed to recognize. Here you have firsthand knowledge to counter modern, dark deceptions that oculd lead you away from God.

Excellent summary of the results of delving into New Age "Falling for a Lie: New Age Beliefs Nearly Killed M. by Jay Christian, as told to Helen Hearvirland, is an outstanding glimpse into the extra-ordinary life of an ordinary young man.

book by Jay Christian. This book reveals, from a personal erspective, the problems with accepting New Age concepts such as reincarnation, karma, and psychic powers. Excellent summary of the results of delving into New Age. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. It held my attention through twenty chapters. Falling for a Lie: New Age Beliefs Nearly Killed M. Once I started reading the book, it held my attention through twenty chapters.

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by Jay Christian Author · Helen Heavirland Narrator. Biography & Autobiography Christian Nonfiction Religion & Spirituality Nonfiction. Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association. OverDrive MP3 Audiobook 18. MB.

Falling for a Lie. All Jay wanted was truth. But where could he find it? Learning where to look took Jay on a wild journey of highs and lows. He explore Christianity, New Age, spiritualism, astrology, religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism. then, in the Bible, he discovered the key to his despair. Truth unlocked his heart and set him free. God doesn’t need perfect beginnings to build a perfect ending. Falling for a Lie. My Enemy, My Brother. Zion, Champion for God. Helen’s New Book is Here!

Falling for a lie. New Age beliefs nearly killed m. New Age beliefs nearly killed me. by Jay Christian. Published 1998 by Pacific Press Pub. Association in Nampa, Idaho. Includes bibliographical references.

The New Testament records that Jesus taught his disciples how to pray and that he encouraged them to address God .

The New Testament records that Jesus taught his disciples how to pray and that he encouraged them to address God as Father. Christians believe that they continue this tradition. Sometimes the prayers are formal and part of a ritual laid down for hundreds of years. Others are personal and spontaneous, and come from personal or group need. The Christian church believes in one baptism into the Christian church, whether this be as an infant or as an adult, as an outward sign of an inward commitment to the teachings of Jesus. Eucharist is a Greek word for thanksgiving.

I will start by saying that I am a Christian, but not of the fundamentalist variety. About two years ago I left religious fundamentalism behind to explore other beliefs and ideas. So for the last two years I have spent a lot of time reading books by Pagan and New Age authors. I have read up on everything from Wicca to Shamanism and a lot of New Age/Metaphysical beliefs as well

This book reveals, from a personal erspective, the problems with accepting New Age concepts such as reincarnation, karma, and psychic powers.

Ubrise
Great book. New Age religion is pretty scary - and Jay Christian became so caught up, it took over his life, and not for the better. There's a "hook" in New Age and this book helps the reader to identify "the Lie".
Very Old Chap
Although Jay Christian was raised as a Christian, he relates in this 1998 book that "On Sundays I sometimes went to church with various girlfriends. But the differences bugged me... I asked several different pastors about the discrepancies (in the Bible) after the service. They fumbled, then came up with justification from doctrines... Questioning preachers became my Sunday morning entertainment." Later, when he was working as a disc jockey for a Southern California radio station, he was introduced to a class in self-hypnosis, which began his journey into "New Age" beliefs, until he finally converted to Christianity (7th-day Adventism).

Here are some additional quotations from the book:

"'The Bible was changed to take out all the references to reincarnation,' I told him. 'Fortunately, a few texts that speak of reincarnation were missed. For instance, if you're familiar with the Bible, you remember the story of Jesus seeing a man who was born blind. And Jesus' disciples asked him, "Who sinned to cause this man to be born blind---this man or his parents?" ... How could the blind man have sinned before he was born if he didn't live a previous life?'" (Pg. 35)
"'After reading all the Bible says about hell,' Annette said, 'my understanding is that hell' punishment is eternal, but not its punishing. Hell destroys the destruction sin has caused,then Jesus creates a new earth.' I marveled aloud, 'If this is what the Bible says about hell, that doesn't make God out to be an ogre.'" (Pg. 159)
"I have changed. I finally know the truth about God---He is love. I finally know the truth about me---I am loved... I fell for a lie. New Age beliefs nearly killed me, but the truth of the Bible set me free..." (Pg. 211-212)
Bukus
"Falling for a Lie: New Age Beliefs Nearly Killed Me." by Jay Christian, as told to Helen Hearvirland, is an outstanding glimpse into the extra-ordinary life of an ordinary young man. Once I started reading the book, it held my attention through twenty chapters. At midnight I collapsed into sleep. After breakfast, with my energy restored, the grace and beauty of his fulfillment sparkled through the final pages.
Risteacor
I started reading this book one day and it drew me in. I was intrigued by the story and I couldn't set the book down. The book starts out how Jay Christian was a New Age believer, which I just learned what it is by reading this book, and towards the end Jay finds the truth through Gods word and converts to a true Christian. I liked how the end of each chapter left you hanging so you would read more. I usually don't read books fast, but this one I finished very quickly. I read for hours a day not realizing how much time had passed. I love religious books and documentaries, which may be why I liked this book so much.
Tar
It held my attention through twenty chapters. At midnight I collapsed into sleep...After breakfast, with my energy restored, the grace and beauty of his fulfillment sparkled through the final pages.
Nalmergas
The author is very descriptive in her writing. I couldn't put the book down. I'm looking forward to her next book!