Ladies, are you at a loss for words when trying to explain to your church friends why the book Jesus Calling is doctrinally unsound and ought to be avoided? It’s at moments like these when we should go to Scripture, comparing what the real biblical Jesus teaches to what Sarah Young’s “Jesus” whispers to her in her silence.
Keep in mind that publisher Thomas Nelson recently republished a new edition of the book, whitewashing the “problematic” concerns many of us have brought up.
My friend Warren B. Smith has just put together a new Booklet Tract to help. It’s a 16-page explanation that you can hand out at your women’s Bible study, or stuff into the pamphlet stand at your church’s visitor center – or my favorite, stick ’em in the wiper blades of ministry leaders while they’re distracted at the next staff meeting! (just a thought.)
Here’s Warren’s 10 Scriptural Reasons Why Jesus Calling is a Dangerous Book,
See also these articles:
- Should Christians expect to hear God’s voice?
- The New Age Implications of Jesus Calling
- BSF, Jesus Calling and a plea from the heart
- Changing “Jesus Calling”—Damage Control for a False Christ