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The Supernatural Worldview [BOOKS] ✫ The Supernatural Worldview Author Cris Putnam – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Supernatural Worldview is a book of Christian apologetics from an apocalyptic perspective Many supernatural and paranormal phenomena are examined with biblical discernment and some of the usual ev The Supernatural Worldview is a book of Christian apologetics from an apocalyptic perspective Many supernatural and paranormal phenomena are examined with biblical discernment and some of the usual evangelical answers are found The Supernatural PDF or wanting Even so cautiousness is encouraged and an ominous trumpet sounded in light of prophetic predictions.


5 thoughts on “The Supernatural Worldview

  1. Derek Gilbert Derek Gilbert says:

    As America follows the world into a post Christian era or slides into the Great Apostasy for those with an eye on Bible prophecy we are not contrary to the wishes of neo atheists such as Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris becoming a rational atheistic culture but transforming into one based on New Age and pagan beliefsThe purpose of The Supernatural Worldview is to offer evidence for the existence of the supernatural realm and to demonstrate that even the scientific and academic communities are beginning to acknowledge it Christians should be aware of this worldview shift and prepared to offer our friends colleagues and family members appropriate and accurate guidance on how to process a supernatural worldview based on the Guidebook to the Supernatural the Bible


  2. Kevin E. Johnson Kevin E. Johnson says:

    Mind Stretching ReadYou will be stretched challenged and even convicted I highly recommend this what I believe will prove the crowning achievement of the late Cris Putnam's life work


  3. Noel Anderson Noel Anderson says:

    Supernatural ReductionismAn interesting thesis but the attempt to confine the definition of daimon to spirits of dead men is an exercise in crass reductionism Putnam surveys a world of references and conveniently ignores all definitions unsuited to his own purposes Readers would do better to consult Kittel for serious studyEven so it is an interesting read though his writing lapses into affectation he seems to take on the tone of a 19th century Brit lecturing to his Explorers'Club you can almost see his gloves and bowler hat It can be embarrassing to read at timesDespite these shortcomings he makes an interesting case for reconsidering the basic nature of demons This is a fair read for Christians who are a little too into spiritual warfare lingo and for those who have accepted lock stock and barrel the over elaborated mythologies of Cristian dualism NOT for serious study


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This book was well documented with lots of footnotes I really liked that the author did not feel the need to have an answer for everything I also like the fact that he also interviews other people who have different ideas than him This book is based on the Bible and I like how the author gives the verses that address the various topics When the Bible really isn't clear on a topic he presents many views as well as his own and lets the reader decide I really like this style of writingThis book talked about a lot of things that Christians just don't talk about ghosts near death experiences etc and does not dismiss these as all being rubbish or works of the devil


  5. Janice Janice says:

    Cris Putnam never leaves a stone unturned His research is always thorough and thoroughly explained I love his work but you can't rush through it It must be savored For anyone who's read the Bible and understood it knows that it is a highly supernatural source We were created by the supernatural Only those who have believed the lies would un believe these powers If you read it think and digest slowly


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