A New Earth, An Old Deception

A New Earth, An Old Deception

Awakening to the Dangers of Eckhart Tolle's #1 Bestseller

Book - 2008
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"A concise detailed refutation for truth seekers of the primary theological, philosophical, and cultural assertions found in Eckhart Tolle's 'A New Earth'"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, c2008
ISBN: 9780764206641
0764206648
Characteristics: 190 p. ; 22 cm

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willmoran
Sep 29, 2013

In light of all criticisms brought against Tolle, he seems more at peace than many of his critics, and to have found an inner spectrum of life that sustains his joy of being.
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Terry Elrod
Jan 30, 2011

As stated in the book, the author (Abanes) evaluates Eckhart Tolle's book A New Earth from a Christian perspective. Specifically, Abanes believes that Christianity is the one true religion since it is the only religion that accepts Jesus Christ as the saviour of mankind. As a consequence, the book is one-sided and is of modest use to readers who believe that many religions have some unique insights to offer. The book reveals some weaknesses in Tolle's work, but sometimes Tolle's positions are misrepresented and, in this reader's opinion, no fair assessment of Tolle's work is provided.

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