Liberty University Teaching New Age Practices: Doctrines of Demons

This is really very sad and disheartening to learn about Liberty University teaching New Age errors to their students! However, we are told in Scripture that there will be a great falling away of those thought to be Christian believers the closer we get to the End Times.

This is why it is so important to heed 2 Timothy 2:15 – Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

Absolute Truth from the Word of God

The first part of this article will cover the distressing news that Liberty University is indoctrinating their students with devilish New Age practices.  This is what the Bible calls “Doctrines of Demon.”

This particular New Age practice is Enneagram of Personalities.

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;

 Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron” (1 Timothy 4: 1-2).

This is the presentation given at Liberty U. for its students:

Brethren, I wrote an article on Enneagrams a while back. I am going to use that article here to show the reader how mystical and New Age this practice truly is.

From Enneagram:New Age Practice Spreading Like Wild Fire Among Christians

Sometimes I just have to shake my head in disbelief.

What exactly is Enneagram…

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2 Responses to “Liberty University Teaching New Age Practices: Doctrines of Demons”

  1. GMpilot Says:

    Welcome back.

    I’ve never heard of this “enneagram” business, but a cursory glance has brought up an unsavory name (besides Falwell’s, I mean): a man named G.I. Gurdjieff. It may not be the one I’m thinking of, though. I’ll look further.

    For now, I’ll leave this here from Wikipedia (all emphases mine):

    While Enneagram teachings have attained some degree of popularity, they have also received criticism including accusations of being pseudoscience, subject to interpretation and difficult to test or validate scientifically. They have also been criticized as “an assessment method of no demonstrated reliability or validity”. The scientific skeptic Robert Todd Carroll included the Enneagram in a list of pseudoscientific theories that “can’t be tested because they are so vague and malleable that anything relevant can be shoehorned to fit the theory”.

    The Enneagram has also received criticism from some religious perspectives. In 2000, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Doctrine produced a draft report on the origins of the Enneagram to aid bishops in their evaluation of its use in their dioceses. The report identified aspects of the intersection between the Enneagram and Roman Catholicism which, in their opinion, warranted scrutiny and seen as potential areas of concern, stating, “While the enneagram system shares little with traditional Christian doctrine or spirituality, it also shares little with the methods and criteria of modern science… The burden of proof is on proponents of the enneagram to furnish scientific evidence for their claims.” Partly in response to some Jesuits and members of other religious orders teaching a Christian understanding of the Enneagram of Personality, a 2003 Vatican document called Jesus Christ, the Bearer of the Water of Life. A Christian Reflection on the ‘New Age’, said that the Enneagram “when used as a means of spiritual growth introduces an ambiguity in the doctrine and the life of the Christian faith.”

    Just off the top, it appears to be another of those low-key-but-enthralling lifestyles like Eckanar, which had a great run about forty years ago. They even sound alike.
    But I don’t think that any institution that has courses on Christianity and the Cults as well as Modern and Contemporary Theology could be taken by surprise by something like this.
    “Doctrine of demons”? Really?


  2. Adam Says:

    Hasn’t it been the end times for the past 2000 years. I swear you think jesus could come any five minutes from now. This is exactly the reason i am a skeptic now. I no longer believe in the scam.


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