Unholy alliance : the dangers of mixing pop psychology with Christian truth / Lois Chan.
- ISBN: 1933204060
- ISBN: 9781933204062
- Description: 223 p. ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: Sisters, OR : VMI Publishers, c2005.
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|Summary:|| Paul urged Corinthian Christians to have no partnership with demons. Today Corinth's occultism returns in a psychological guise, often a Christian guise. Lois Chan demonstrates how the occult has transformed itself into enlightened modern psychological techniques, promising supernatural powers to gain mastery, control over others and circumstances. Veneered over by selective biblical quotations, occult promises offer empowerment so that Jesus' petition, "Father, not My will, but Thy will be done," is to be recast as "My will be done."
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|Alternate Title:|| Dangers of mixing pop psychology with Christian truth