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The Dangers of Alternative Ways to Healing: How to Avoid New Age Deceptions
     

The Dangers of Alternative Ways to Healing: How to Avoid New Age Deceptions

by David Cross, John Berry
 

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Many forms of alternative therapies are available today and this book provides fascinating coverage of what they are with clear guidelines on how spiritually safe or unsafe they might be.
The authors point to the early history and principles of alternative healing methods that enlighten the reader to the spiritual origins of new age healing practices. Many of these

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Many forms of alternative therapies are available today and this book provides fascinating coverage of what they are with clear guidelines on how spiritually safe or unsafe they might be.
The authors point to the early history and principles of alternative healing methods that enlighten the reader to the spiritual origins of new age healing practices. Many of these practices, including reflexology, yoga and acupuncture, to name just a few, have seen a rise in popularity even amongst some Christians. But are these healing practices spiritually safe and what are the consequences?

This book highlights the dangers and provides positive steps to take in the right direction towards true wholeness and well- being in our lives. It will help those who have been involved in alternative therapies and want to free themselves from its effects.

This book is part of Sovereign World's 'Truth & Freedom' series based on the renowned teaching program from Ellel Ministries International.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781852405373
Publisher:
Sovereign World Ltd
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Pages:
174
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)

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Meet the Author

David Cross was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Susi, a computer retailer. Six months later, they moved to New York and then Connecticut before settling back in Atlanta, where Cross remained for nearly a decade. He attended Northside High School of the Performing Arts (now North Atlanta High School), from which he graduated in 1982. He began performing stand-up comedy at age 17.

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