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EUREKA, Mont., Nov. 25, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- Are you one of the nine million people who has read Sarah Young's New York Times best-seller, Jesus Calling? Or do you have a family member or friend who uses Jesus Calling as a daily devotional? Or are you someone who is using discernment in your own spiritual life but feels confused about the direction in which you see so many going? If any of these is the case for you, then Warren B. Smith's new book, "Another Jesus" Calling, is a crucial read.
Revealing how countless numbers of people are following a counterfeit Christ, and using Sarah Young's Jesus Calling as an example, Smith exposes the plan of the enemy to deceive the masses by subtle and not so subtle means.
Inspired by the New Age book God Calling, Sarah Young claims to be receiving messages from Jesus Christ. Former New Age follower Warren Smith carefully documents his concerns about her book, her "Jesus," and the New Age implications contained in many of Young's devotional messages. He also warns about the danger of contemplative prayer and in elevating spiritual experiences over the Word of God. "Another Jesus" Calling is his call for much needed discernment in these very deceptive times.
For those who have read Jesus Calling and been troubled by it but didn't know why, "Another Jesus" Calling will give substance to your concerns and will equip you to help your friends who may be reading Young's book also. And if you have read Jesus Calling and see nothing wrong with it, consider the claims of "Another Jesus" Calling.
Beyond all this, "Another Jesus" Calling serves as a discernment tool in rightly handling the Word of God. You will lay down this book with renewed understanding of the essential role of the Bible and the Gospel message in keeping on (or returning to) the right path.
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Warren B. Smith (B.A. University of Pennsylvania; M.S.W. Tulane University) is a former social worker who directed several homeless programs in Northern California and served as a hospice social worker in New Orleans and on the California coast. Because of his past involvement in the New Age movement, he has written extensively on the subject of spiritual deception. He speaks often at conferences in the U.S. and abroad.