Book Review: A Life with God Uncensored - One Woman's Lessons in Vulnerability by Anne Hindscategories: Book, God, Spiritual Growth, Self-Discovery, Sue Monk Kidd, Wayne Dyer, Michael Mirdad, New Age
Author: Anne Hinds
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Brand: Brand: Tate Publishing n Enterprises
New Age Disguised as ChristianThis book is loaded with references to New Age authors including Michael Mirdad and Wayne Dyer. She heavily quotes Sue Monk Kidd, who went from Baptist Sunday School teacher to Contemplative Christian and Christian Feminist. The author consistently refers to God as "Spirit," not the Holy Spirit. Like many New Age authors, she spends much time talking about a relationship with God, but not much time talking about Jesus Christ. It seems she twists the Gospel to justify the affair she had on her husband. Verses are taken out of context. She refers to herself as a "witch" and a "goddess."
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