S W E E T   L I E S
Controlling Beliefs and Occult Bestsellers

Volume 21:4 - 22:1 Spring 1998

A r t i c l e s
  • The Terrible Strength and Weakness of Naturalism--An Interview of Phil Johnson by Tal Brooke
  • America's Glitzy Guru by Ron Rhodes
  • The Mayan Gospel--The Mass Appeal of James Redfield's Celestine Prophecy, by John Moore
  • The New Monk of Mystic Protestantism--A Review of Brennan Manning's The Signature of Jesus, by John Caddock
  • Terminal Ecumenism--Bishop Swing and the United Religions Initiative, by Brooks Alexander

In this Journal, SCP takes a look at some of the reigning belief systems of our secular culture: Tal Brooke discusses The belief system of our time, Darwinism, with author and lecturer Philip Johnson, author of Darwin on Trial, Reason in the Balance, and Defeating Darwin; Ron Rhodes analyzes the teachings of New Age guru Marianne Williamson, John Moore looks at the strange New Age blend in James Redfield's monster bestseller The Celestine Prophecy, John Caddock presents an in-depth background into the works of "New Monk" Brennan Manning, a mystic Protestant following in the footsteps of Thomas Merton, and Brooks Alexander visits the goings-on at the United Religions Initiative (URI), a bee-hive of millennial ecumenism directed by Episcopalian Bishop Swing of San Francisco.



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