The Light That Was Dark is a sober warning to the world and to the Church. Author Warren Smith learned some hard lessons as a spiritual seeker. Concerned that today's Church is being seduced by the same false teachings and the same false Christ that drew him into the New Age, Smith shares his story ...
"Led down a yellow brick road by pied piper spirits, I had, with the
best intentions, landed in a metaphysical New Age where the Christ proclaimed was not the real Christ at all. A well-orchestrated and exquisitely timed series of supernatural synchronistic experiences had convinced me that my involvement in alternative spirituality was 'meant to be.'
"Following the signs and wonders of deceptive spirits, I had jumped through my spiritual hoops with almost flawless precision.... As Joy and I both had unknowingly plugged into the spirit world, we never realized that most of the voices we were listening to were part of the deception the real Jesus had warned about."
óWarren Smith, from The Light That Was Dark
Warren Smith (B.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.S.W., Tulane University) is a freelance writer and community social worker who was formerly involved in the New Age movement. He has served as a program coordinator for people with special needs, directed several homeless programs, and has worked most recently as a Hospice social worker in New Orleans and on the California coast. He has written extensively on the subject of spiritual deception and has been widely interviewed on radio and television.
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