Worldviews in Transition: An Investigation Into the New Age Movement in South Africa
With a new cosmology and a new concept of God and humanity, the New Age movement in South Africa has been met with negative reactions in some Christian circles. Rather than take this view, this book instead probes New Age beliefs, arguing that some of its central themes are already prevelant in society, whether we realise it or not.
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METHODOLOGY AND HISTORY OF THE PROJECT
LITERATURE ON ISSUES OF IMPORTANCE IN NEW
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