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The Kingdom of the Cults Chapter Summary & Analysis - The New Age Cult Summary

Walter Martin
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The New Age Cult Summary and Analysis

New Age refers to the Aquarian Age or a new era of enlightenment, peace, prosperity, love, and satisfaction. Followers of the New Age believe man is inherently divine and all things are divine. All is one and all is God. Man is told to look inward and recognize he is a god. However, Christians believe Romans 3:23 which says there is none righteous.

According to followers of the New Age, God is an impersonal consciousness and power. Man is separated from God only in his own consciousness. They advocate methods of altering consciousness through yoga, meditation, chanting, drugs, and other means. In their eyes, there is no absolute truth because all beliefs are valid. Truth is perceived individually, a concept known as moral relativism.

Jesus was an enlightened teacher, but they do not believe He is the one and only...

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