NOT SO LONG AGO, the actress Shirley MacLaine delighted a large television audience when, by standing with open arms on the shore of the Pacific Ocean,

she began to sing, “I am God, I am God, I am God.” This was shown in the television mini-series

“Out On a Limb” in 1987. Believers could have ignored that eccentric actress’ silly performance if it weren’t for the fact that it was a planned act for the popularization of the New Age movement. This now-fashionable teaching preaches that everything is God and God is all; i.e.,

that God and nature are one. Consequently every person is God. From this comes the conclusion that the task of human life is to reveal one’s latent divinity, to recognize oneself as “god.” READ MORE BELOW

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