It’s Definition, Detection, Doctrines, and Dangers (1 of 6) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The New Age Movement – The Occult and Devil Worship
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.THE DOCTRINE OF THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT
II. THE COUNTERFIET REVELATION
III. THE THEH DANGERS OF THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT
We’re grateful that you are here and we want to welcome you to the Pastor’s Class. Today we’re going to begin a new study. It’s very kin to the study on the cults that we’ve been looking at and yet it deals with something a little bit different.
This is the study entitled “The New Age Movement – The Occult Devil Worship.” Those are the three things we’re going to be talking about for six weeks. The New Age Movement, the occult, and devil worship.
This morning we’re going to look at the New Age Movement, its definition, detection, doctrines, and dangers and one of the most profound influences upon modern thought is what is known as existential philosophy and many of you may have had existential philosophy presented to you when you were in college.
Basically existential philosophy says that every person has the individual right to decide what is right and what is wrong for himself that there is no absolute authority of right and wrong, there’s no absolute standard of morality. What is right is that which is right to you and that which is wrong is that which seems wrong to you.
Existential philosophy has had a profound thought upon the American way of thinking and upon the American life in general. One of the outgrowths of existential philosophy over the last forty years is a movement that we call today the New Age Movement.
It has slowly and secretly but surely permeated the writing, the thought, the music, and the attitude of society today and you see outgrowths of the existential philosophy in the New Age Movement in just about every part of our society.
We want to ask the question today, “What is the New Age Movement?” We want to define it and then we want to talk abou ...
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