Item description for Oprah, Miracles, and the New Earth: A Critique by Erwin W. Lutzer...
Overview A renowned theologian and award-winning author reveals the true nature of contemporary spirituality, tracing its roots across a range of false belief systems and back to its first appearance in the garden of Eden. Original.
Publishers Description When the world's most powerful celebrity (according to Forbes magazine) personally teaches a course on miracles, millions will join her class, including believers of every kind. So what will happen when the coursework blends inspiration and encouragement with some of the oldest heresies in the Enemy's arsenal?
People you know and love may dismiss the claims of Jesus Christ as the only way to God.
With characteristic insight and clarity, Dr. Erwin Lutzer reveals the true nature of contemporary spirituality, tracing its roots across a range of false belief systems and back to its first appearance in the garden of Eden. In a day when so many seek direction from the media, it remains essential to carefully discern between truth and...The Lie.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.96" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Publisher Moody Publishers
ISBN 0802489532 ISBN13 9780802489531
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More About Erwin W. Lutzer
Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer is Pastor Emeritus of The Moody Church, where he served as the senior pastor for 36 years. He is an award-winning author and the featured speaker on three radio programs that are heard on more than 1000 national and international outlets. He and his wife, Rebecca, have three grown children and eight grandchildren and live in the Chicago area.
Erwin W. Lutzer currently resides in Chicago, in the state of Illinois.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Oprah Miracles And The New Earth?
THIS BOOK IS RIDICULOUS!! Jan 15, 2010
I'm outraged by this book and it's reviewer's... What give's you the right so say what's in Oprah's heart? You don't know her and yet your speaking as though you do.Oprah has done more for this world then you care to admit. This sounds to me like flat out Racisim and Christian brainwashing. Oprah is a great, great woman who deserves better than this. I do not recommend this book unless you really hate Oprah and her beliefs as this book shows. My Humble Opinion...
Old lies repackaged, exposed Nov 27, 2009
I'm embarrassed to say that I would consider myself a very grounded Christian, but fell for the experiential platitudes of Tolle. I should have caught the same old, tired philosophies of Tolle repackaged in a delightful way. But in the end, I'm once more acutely aware of the real truth. Jesus said in John 14, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one comes to the Father but through Me." Lutzer pegs the mark without flinching. He provides clarity and defensible arguments that are not only convincing, but also useful for addreessing people stumbling toward old, dead ideas that are repackaged nicely. But non truths will never lead to the real love relationship and grace without works that the Jesus of the New Testament offers.
How Oprah defines God, Jesus and the afterlife? Sep 14, 2009
I have read and review several books written by Erwin Lutzer. Many books I have given five stars to. This book is an interesting work, but I expect more from this author. I agree with the thoughts on Oprah, her philosophy, and her agenda. To call herself a kind of Christian and has thoughts about Jesus independent of what is described in the Bible. Oprah Winfry denies what is taught in the Bible and chooses her own theology. In other works has Lutzer dealt with Pantheism, Universalism, Relativism, and the teaching of another Jesus. This book is about the most popular talk show incorporates these concepts in own Spiritualism. Lutzer takes a critical look how this effects her book recommendations and her radio station. The indictment of these things is competent. How it affects her talk show, her interviews, and world perspective is not as clear. How watching her show can corrupt the Christian mind is not specifically dealt with. Yes readings this book realizes her nontraditional ideas of Jesus, God the Father, sin, heaven and hell. I just think Lutzer could have spent another hundred pages of research and writing time making it clearer to the reader.
Seven Miracles That Should Convince You: The Claims of Christ & Today's Culture Review November 16, 2003 5 stars
Christ Among Other gods Reviewed January 24, 2004 5 stars
Who Are You to Judge?
Reviewed February 15, 2004 4stars
The Serpent of Paradise: The Incredible Story of How Satan's Rebellion Serves God's Purposes Not Reviewed but I certainly give it 5 stars
The Truth About Same Sex Marriage: 6 Things You Need to Know About What's Really at Stake Reviewed February 21, 2009 5 stars
The Vanishing Power of Death: Lessons from the Life of Jesus Reviewed March 17, 2009 3 stars
excellent critique Sep 12, 2009
Erwin Lutzer as always boldly confronts deceiving philosophies that contradict the Christian Bible. He identifies Oprah's misleading beliefs that she exposes to millions of her viewers and then provides the correct worldview with plenty of support. Whether you follow Oprah's influence or not, this is a must read for people in the 21st century!
Excellent contrast of two DIFFERENT belief systems Aug 31, 2009
This book demonstrates the incompatibility of the New Age spirituality being pushed by Oprah Winfrey and Biblical Christianity. While Oprah still claims to be a Christian with an "open mind", the spiritual teachings she preaches and authors she recommends offer ideas that contradict those of Jesus Christ. Having an open mind is one thing, but claiming to follow two incompatible belief systems is either confusion or deception. If she wishes to follow New Age teachings that is her choice, but don't try to re-write Jesus' teachings to say something that they do not. This book is highly recommended for Oprah's viewers or any who are considering New Age thought.