I have not commented on the sorry state of affairs that is the Ted Haggard saga (and I don't plan to anyway), but with his departure, it seems that his replacement at the head of the NAE (National Association of Evangelicals), Leith Anderson, is a promoter of contemplative spirituality and its infiltration into the evangelical churches, as the Lighthouse blog has shown. Worrying indeed. Guess it wouldn't be too long before I reject the 'Evangelical' label...
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Friday, November 10, 2006
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contemplative spirituality movement certainly seems dubious.. but isnt there some form of biblical contemplative prayer that can be used to wait on the lord and hear from him? *shrug*
eh... if you are talking about Ps. 46:10, then yes, there is a biblical "contemplative spirituality". However, that is not what the term means as it is used by its adherents.
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