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Seduction of Christianity: Spiritual Discernment in the Last Days (Anglais) Broché – 31 décembre 1985

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very, very good book 14 mars 2000
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I read this book back in 1994. It was at a time when I was deep into the health and wealth gospel. I was also a member of a well known church here in Columbus that is broadcast to many cities outside of Ohio and outside of the country. It really opened my eyes and I am grateful to God that I read this book because I began to read my Bible. Which caused me to be the Berean I should have been long ago. The teachings that I was following in the health and wealth gospel pulled me away from God not closer to Him. Most of the time the health and wealth gospel sounds like something at a multi-level marketing meeting (pick whichever company out there). Because of Mr. Hunt's book, I started reading my Bible to get to know God for Himself and not for what He can give me. I recommend it for anyone caught up in health and wealth or any false teaching. But most of all read the Bible and let the Holy Spirit lead you. That's what I did and now I fellowship in a congregation that preaches and teaches the True Gospel.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dave Hunt --- No Laodicean, he. 9 juin 2006
Par Southern Review - Publié sur
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Clever counterfeits that appear to be genuine deceive millions. In Galatians, the apostle Paul severely reproves these churches for their defection from the faith. Dave Hunt in his books and ministry, in prayerful Paulian fashion, exhorts, identifies, analyzes and warns the church against the wolves amongst our flocks.

As a fellow Berean, Hunt's ministry earnestly contends for the faith. He desires to join together tens of thousands of concerned believers who will not only be informed but who will act upon the Biblically sound information they provide. They believe we stand at a historic juncture no less significant than the Reformation itself. God has called us to earnestly contend for the faith and to rescue as many as possible from Satan's deception.

Many years ago, Dave Hunt amused me when he good naturedly quipped about his antagonists when they are exposed to public scrutiny for their aberrant teachings, ----- "When you throw rocks at a chicken coupe, the only ones likely doing the squawking will be the ones that are getting hit." The difference of course, is that unlike the ad hominum arguments of his detractors, Mr. Hunt always heavily supports his positions with copious footnotes, accurate quotes, followed with sound Biblical exegesis.

Dave Hunt asks: "Will you join me in earnestly contending for "the faith once for all delivered to the saints"? Let us heed the Berean call to search the Scriptures daily and to evaluate everything we read and hear by that standard! Let us love others enough to tell them the truth without compromise!" amen.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This book gives major reasons to be a faithful Berean 9 janvier 2006
Par T-Dogg - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I'll not be shy about the fact that I'm a big fan of the discerning style of Dave Hunt, and am familiar with his other works on the current apostasy within today's church. This one fits the bill, but on a much broader scale.

The premise of the book defines how and why the end times come about. On page 65 reads, "Why must the apostasy come first? Apparently it will be an integral part of the great deception and delusion that will sweep the entire world in preparation for the Antichrist's take-over."

After setting the stage, some startling info is given. For example, it is noted that the third President, John Taylor - a Mormon - "said that Christianity was 'hatched in hell' and 'a perfect pack of nonsense... The Devil could not invent a better engine to spread his work."

Yes, this book delves into the realm of the Freemasons, and other groups like the trilateral commission, showing the evolving of relationships between religion, economy, and the government.

To summarize, on page 213 the authors point out that they aren't accusing pastors quoted as purposely setting up the anti-christ, but that "Our concern has been to show that there is a growing pattern of seduction pointing in a particular direction prophesied in the Scriptures, and that none of us is immune from being deceived and deceiving others."

The book gets a little technical on the new age/positive confession movement, but it is necessary to the understanding of how mysticism and false spirituality has entered into the mainstream church.


One reviewer writes above that the authors of this book seem more as "accuser of the brethren" than the comforter. Then they pull out some names like Ken Copeland and Ken Hagin, saying that what they were saying was slanted and altered.

To those of you who feel this way, I suggest that you study the scriptures, in particular Acts 17:11, in which Paul congradulates the discerning Bereans for checking up on his teachings daily to see if what he teaches is true. Just because a church has over 10,000 members and a pastor on TV who says "Jesus is Lord" over and over doesn't mean that they are even walking with Christ; it might be that they never really knew Him.

I can tell you firsthand that the word-faith/prosperity teachers are doing their share to set up a one-world order. Copeland, Hagin, Hinn and their crew have always claimed that we are not to subjugate to the will of God, that our reality is our confession, and that the cross of Christ was a place of defeat rather than what it truly is -- THE VICTORIOUS CROSS. If you really don't believe that these pastors are teaching what this book says they are teaching, I suggest the audio version of "Christianity in Crisis" by Hanegraaff or the video entitled "The Great Apostasy: the Lost Sign" by the Christian Sentinel. If you want to get really into one of TV's biggest frieks, check out a video by the Trinity Foundation entitled "The Many Faces of Benny Hinn".

Phuey on Christian believers who blindly follow their leaders, and negligently allow heretics like Copeland, Hagin, and Hinn to take financial advantage -- all the while leading us to an undiscerning church paradigm that welcomes a one-world religion with open arms, and negating the importance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

The truth doesn't look like what you will see in megachurches on TV; the truth looks like God on a Cross.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 courageous and excellent! 19 juillet 2005
Par Richard - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
as a ph.d. psychologist, having already formed my own opinions about the field, i must tell you that i am in thorough agreement with what the authors write about psychology's attempt to become the new salvation. truth is there's nothing new under the sun and as the authors write, everything necessary for strengthening integrity, character, and conduct is to be found in the scripture.

the book is honest and right on target about psychology as well inner healing, positive mental attitude, and the rest. we should be making banquets for the crippled and lame rather than focusing on what happened when we were in the womb - dying to self in loving favor of others.

many christians today are innocent as doves, but seriously lacking in being wise as serpents. even though we are to enter the kingdom as little children, the christian walk is anything but a game. it requires discernment and (as in any war) an understanding of the enemy.

Must reading for the serious christian wanting to walk the narrow way. gutsy and well written. i highly reccommend it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 EXCELLENT BOOK! 27 juin 2005
Par Leah - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am glad I read past the first review. It is interesting that the scope of the book focuses on the "falling away", or the apostasy, of the Church in the end times due to mass deceptions. I think it's safe to say that whether or not one is already a victim of this deception determines how you will feel about this book.

It's unflinching in its honesty, it's straigtforward, and for any reader who is interested in just how subtle (keep in mind that the Bible says that Satan is the most 'subtil') this apostasy is. It's already here, and you will be surprised at some of the facts.


Excellent book.
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