A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young's Jesus Calling

A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young s Jesus Calling by Robert Alan King is a booklet with over 7,100 words King discusses Young s erroneous method of placing her own personal reflections and meditations from her quiet time with God into the mouth of Jesus, infusing them with a false divine authority that will mislead her readers The booklet will also go over the false teA Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young s Jesus Calling by Robert Alan King is a booklet with over 7,100 words King discusses Young s erroneous method of placing her own personal reflections and meditations from her quiet time with God into the mouth of Jesus, infusing them with a false divine authority that will mislead her readers The booklet will also go over the false teachings and incorrect theological concepts that have been presented to the world under the guise of approval by Jesus Robert Alan King is an ordained minister through Calvary Chapel.
A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young s Jesus Calling A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young s Jesus Calling by Robert Alan King is a booklet with over words King discusses Young s erroneous method of placing her own personal reflections and meditatio

  • Title: A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young's Jesus Calling
  • Author: Robert Alan King
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “A Christian Rebuttal to Sarah Young's Jesus Calling”

    1. This book was very thought - provoking and challenged my assumptions about Sarah Young's Jesus Calling. Personally, I never considered her writings to be really Jesus' words, and put more stock in the scripture references, but how many people do that? The author of this rebuttal has many valid points and raises caution flags for those like me who have read this popular devotional book. I would recommend that every Christian consisting reading or who have read Jesus Calling by Sarah Young to read [...]

    2. Very helpful. Not the mean author I'd heard said. A useful companion to Jesus Calling."Don't be afraid of this little book. I love Sarah Young and am enjoying her book, but I'm thankful for the thoughts Mr. King gives. It almost makes Young's book better. You should read them simultaneously. King is concerned for readers; he thinks Young is putting burdens on readers that aren't warranted in scripture, putting Worry, Grumbling, and Planning Ahead in the category of sins that should be repented o [...]

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