The Light That Was Dark: From the New Age to Amazing Grace

The Light That Was Dark From the New Age to Amazing Grace The Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker Smith s spiritual trek took him deep into the California s

  • Title: The Light That Was Dark: From the New Age to Amazing Grace
  • Author: Warren B. Smith
  • ISBN: 9780976349211
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker Smith s spiritual trek took him deep into the California subculture of alternative New Age spirituality He was led to various New Age teachers and teachings that seemed to promise new wonders and a deeper sense of spiritual fuThe Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker Smith s spiritual trek took him deep into the California subculture of alternative New Age spirituality He was led to various New Age teachers and teachings that seemed to promise new wonders and a deeper sense of spiritual fulfillment to satisfy his ever intensifying spiritual yearnings Just as everything seems to be coming together for Smith, several unexpected jolts and twists occur in his life Concerned that today s Church is being seduced by the same false teachings and same false Christ that drew him into the New Age, Smith shares his story.

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    1. I came across this book at a crucial period in my life. I was drunk with joy on Marianne Williamson's A Return to Love and I began exploring some of the ideas that had originally inspired her: A Course in Miracles, a central tenet of which is evil does not exist. I tried to embrace this idea with a zen-like mind-over-matter approach to the world that was collapsing all around me. When I read in the local newspaper that an infant had been killed when her father raped her and ruptured her colon, m [...]

    2. Evil can look so inviting, harmless, even good. This memoir is more a spiritual journey out of bondage to sin and the devil than a biography. He describes the path he took into bondage and then out again. Very well written and understandable.

    3. I read this in one day. As someone who was previously into the new age/occult, I could relate to so much of Warren Smith's story. Enlightening and informative. A definite recommend.

    4. WowThis was an amazing read. I hope and pray that people realize what is going on in this world and hold the word of God and his truth in their hearts

    5. When I was in my early 20's I was looking for a god that would allow me to do whatever I wanted but give me a certain level of peace. I found that in the "Course of Miracles" and "Conversations with God" type books and ideas. The idea that I could create my own reality and right and wrong were relative was good for me. I didn't want to be accountable for my actions. These ideas are putting a veil over our eyes. Whether we like it, accept it or not, we are accountable for our actions to GOD. I am [...]

    6. Good bookif your in to spirituality, New age, contemplative prayer, finding yourself, going within, feeling the presence, the power within, or whatever you want to call it. READ This Book! you will need it to save yourself.

    7. What I like about this book is that is seems like a genuine testimony. I would not recommend his other books.

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