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anyone else notice the new trend in referring to us as "abrahamaics" as opposed to christians? seems to me that there is movement to claim ownership of Jesus here...refer to christians as "abrahamics" and refer to non-christians as "the christ self" or "christ consciousness."
"a rose by any other name..."
Yes, the New Age wants to appropriate Christ so that they can claim to be the true Christians and fool people into following that.
Perhaps they fear abrahamic ray guns?
exactly, what this actually confirms is the reality of Jesus Christ...in a roundabout way. Jesus is obviously a hot commodity, which reinforces his validity and the validity of his message.
*pow pow pow*
Bit ironic. Seen an ad for a spiritual healer today in town. "I believe in God and love" "I channel the Christ consciousness"
Yes, I noticed the trend here too - wierd, as I've never thought of myself as "Abrahamic". I follow Christ, not Abraham. It seems to be used as a derogatory term. Very strange that New Agers talk about "Christ Consciousness" too. Warning bells have certainly sounded for me about this!
@ Logos "pow pow pow" LOL
Well I am really glad you addressed this because I didn't know what in heck they were referring to
Went to Sunday School, grew up, called myself a Christian. For which I was blasted a while back (on here)and asked why it was that I needed a title! Good grief, a person can't even call themselves a Christian any more. But I have a question about the Christ Consciousness or Christ within (cont)
So I have always thought as the Christ consciousness or Christ within as the Holy Spirit that Christ left behind for us - for us to tap into. That was what was taught to me, that when He left the earth, He left that behind for us. Do I have the wrong impression, or just a different impression?
Its not the same thing Chrys. The "Christ Consciousness" is a New Age concept that claims that we are all divine and that Jesus, rather than being the only begotten son of God, was just a man who achieved this. It is a form of Gnosticism and nothing to do with the Holy Spirit.
@knight - nail on the head.
@chrys - this is a word game. this is how it is played: "I call myself a christian therefore I am a christian."
the non-christians do not like the law, they do not like being in a subservient position to anyone, let alone G-d. so they must discredit the law, and any proponents (us) of the law. the best way to discredit us is to claim that christians are not really Christ-ians. this is why we see so much of this "Jesus is a gnostic" garbage around here...some people want lawlessness, they want to be their own god.
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