An easy-to-use reference book containing more than seven hundred entries in dictionary format with illustrations of symbols and emblems used by occult followers.
- Kregel Publications
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- 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)
Meet the Author
Debra Lardie received her degree in journalism from Michigan State University. She has edited and written feature stories for regional publications in northern Michigan. Her interest in the New Age movement began in 1990 with research a series of articles for a Christian family magazine.
Paul Ingram (M.A.H.T., Covenant Theological Seminary) covered the occult as a news reporter/photographer and editor in Indiana before entering the field of Christian publishing in 1987. He has written or contributed to numerous books on church history and theology.
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The title is a complete misnomer. This book is not a dictionary of the occult. Instead, it's an extremely biased christian quide to the writers' unfounded beliefs about New Age and the occult. My understanding has always been that dictionaries are based on fact, not opinion. If you're looking for true information on the occult, look elsewhere.