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06 October, 2009 / theexpositor

Exposing the Paganism of Oprah

World Net Daily posts an article highlighting the new book by Josh McDowell titled “‘O’ God: A Dialogue on Truth and Oprah’s Spirituality.”

McDowell and his co-author, Dave Sterrett, contend that the “splintered belief” of Oprah and the advice of the colorful teachers she promotes are among today’s most relevant issues.

“The danger is that while appearing to use Christian and inclusive language that at first seems similar to that of Christianity, Oprah teaches a message that is radically different and absolutely contrary to the true teaching of Scripture and historic Christianity,” McDowell and Sterrett warn. Get your autographed copy of “O God” exclusively from the team that published it – WND Books and the WND Superstore.

The media’s portrayal of Oprah as a modern-day Billy Graham and her selection as master of ceremonies for the national memorial service at Yankee Stadium after the 9/11 attacks demonstrate her powerful influence, the authors note.

McDowell points out USA Today reporter Cathy Lynn Grossman discussed in a recent article the theological shift taking place.

“Religion today in the USA is a salad bar where people heap on upbeat beliefs they like and often leave the veggies – like strict doctrine – behind,” she wrote.

read the entire article…..


One Comment

  1. David / Oct 6 2009 16 59

    Hear, hear!

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