DISCERNMENT TOOLKIT Demolish Arguments! by Sandy Simpson
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Contemplative prayer is a New Age technique which has no place in true Christianity.
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Sue Monk Kidd (author of The Secret Life of Bees) became enamored with contemplative spirituality while attending a Southern Baptist church. We could possibly dismiss that and say she was just an untaught member of the laity who was spiritually lacking in discernment. Maybe her spiritual dryness was a result of her not being grounded firmly enough in the faith. But what about the leaders and pastors whom so many look up to and who are considered trusted individuals in the church? Surely they are able to discern what is spiritually unsound. It seems safe to make this assumption. Right? Unfortunately, this is no longer the case.
And what does this godlike creature with invincible powers do? Does he transform Strickland's hateful heart by showing grace? Does he heal Strickland of his wounds? Does he use his power to bring the man into redemption? No, he slits Strickland's throat, leaving his wife a widow and children fatherless.
This is exactly the reason why Christ heals his captor after St. Peter cuts his ear off in the Gospels. For why should a man have to die when Christ will be triumphant no matter what cruelty you throw at him? In Del Toro's worldview, Christ made a mistake and should have used his powers to kill everyone who betrayed him.
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