Saturday, July 15, 2006

Contemplative Prayer, Meditation and the Changing Church

If you're involved in practices such as Contemplative prayer. I would encourage you to listen to THIS AUDIO.

This is an interview of Brian Flynn on the subject. The Lord is really speaking through Brian Flynn in this interview. It is one of the best I've heard. You absolutely must hear it.

2 Comments:

Blogger beaner said...

Kennyo,
These emergents will never adhere to the Bible, especially when it comes down to their lifestyles. Contemplative prayer fits into their lifestyle, while the Bible doesn't. The emergents are idolators. Let me explain. They have created a jesus and injected him with pop culture to meet their expectations, this constitues a false god. Most of these emergents are wash-overs from the "hippy generation" or the children of that drug-induced generation. They think they have created a way to destroy Jesus and sell a few books along the way. The emergents' missing element, the Holy Spirit; you know that gift the Lord left us when he ascended to the Father. The gift of the Holy Spirit speaks to you and me and lets us know what is right and wrong. The Tony Joneses of this emergent movement would not be warring with their inner-beings if they had the Holy Spirit. Hey, I am a sinner saved by grace but I am not confused about what is sin and what isn't sin. I believe we are in the last days. The Lord will return to separate his sheep from the goats. Let not your heart be troubled.

6:19 PM  
Blogger nancy said...

Kennyo - thank you for linking this radio program. Though I still have about 20 minutes left to listen to tomorrow I have a few thoughts. First, this is a very sober, articulate and gracious interview. I have read Brian Flynn's book and listening to him speak reinforces my perception that he is not reactionary nor judgemental despite his passion on this issue. It is interesting that most of those who speak out on "contemplative prayer" have either been delivered out of the occult or have studied it from an apologetic vantage point.

11:44 PM  

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