Saturday, December 5, 2009

Christian Opposition to the Manhattan Declaration.

From LighthouseTrailsResearch, a post about the creeping spirituality in the Manhattan Declaration and it's sources. I recommend you read the entire article (and note the many supporting articles listed at the bottom) but here is a clip:

What is puzzling is that if these Evangelical leaders want to raise up morality in America, why have so many of them openly endorsed the emerging/contemplative spirituality in one aspect or another, which overall ignores or downplays a stand against homosexual marriage, abortion, and other moral issues that the Manhattan Declaration speaks of? Are they repenting? No mention of that. Many of them STILL are promoting the contemplative/emerging spirituality that will continue to remove traditional morality from our society. It seems rather distorted when these leaders are being seen as taking a stand for morality when all along they are promoting a spirituality that ultimately undermines it. We could give you example after example of the New Spirituality’s move away from morality (and we have in many articles these past seven years), and we could give you example after example of Christian leaders’ promotion of the New Spirituality and its cohorts (and we have also done that over and over again). Are these signers of the Manhattan Declaration truly concerned about the present moral condition of the United States? Probably most of them are. But it’s going to take a lot more than their signatures on a document–God will require much more. For one, he is going to want them to renounce the heretical teachings of the New Age/New Spirituality.
via M'Kayla's Korner



Anonymous mkayla said...

I am not the author of this writing, as is stated and linked at the beginning, taken from Lighthouse Trails.


December 8, 2009 at 11:50 AM  
Blogger L A Neumann said...

Thanks so much for the clarification, M'Kayla. I've corrected the post. Very best, Ann

December 8, 2009 at 12:49 PM  

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