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“False Christ's Coming (excerpts from the book)”
by Warren B. Smith   
October 20th, 2012

The following are some quotes by new age teachers. These quotes show the depths of deception that is sweeping over our society. These lies are setting the stage for all religions secular people to be brought under one roof, the harlot of Revelation 17.

Barbara Marx Hubbard:

[Barbara Marx] Hubbard’s “Christ” [a false one] describes how planet Earth is at an evolutionary crossroads. He states that the world is about to make an evolutionary leap that will take all creation to a new level. Those who awaken to their own divinity, by aligning themselves as one with God and one with each other, will evolve. Those who continue to believe in “fear” and “separation,” rather than in “love” and “oneness,” will not evolve. Hubbard’s “Christ” claims that with his help most of mankind will choose to evolve, calling this evolutionary leap “the Planetary Birth Experience.” He refers to it as the coming time of “Planetary Pentecost.” The “birth experience” is a shared event in the future, an “Instant of Co-operation,” when everyone on the planet will be mysteriously changed in “the twinkling of an eye,” as humanity is collectively born again into a new creation. Those who evolve will actually become a new species as Homo sapiens is collectively transformed into Homo universalis, or the “Universal Humanity.” The “Universal Humanity” will live together as a community of “natural Christs” in the “New Heaven” on the “New Earth” that is the “New Jerusalem.” (Warren B. Smith from False Christ Coming: Does Anybody Care?, ch. 4)

Neale Donald Walsch:

So the first thing you have to understand—as I’ve already explained to you—is that Hitler didn’t hurt anyone. In a sense, he didn’t inflict suffering, he ended it.

I tell you this, at the moment of your death you will realize the greatest freedom, the greatest peace, the greatest joy, and the greatest love you have ever known. Shall we therefore punish Bre’r Fox for throwing Bre’r Rabbit into the briar patch? . . .

All of your life you have been told that God created you. I come now to tell you this: You are creating God.

You are your own rule-maker.

Think, speak, and act as the God You Are.

Your future is creatable. Create it as you want it.

Create the grandest version of the greatest vision you ever had about yourselves as a human race. . .

In truth, there is no such thing as a “sinner,” for no one can be sinned against—least of all Me. (from False Christ Coming: Does Anybody Care?, ch. 3, quoting Walsch from Conversations with God books – see FCC for citations)

Marianne Williamson:

To remember that you are part of God, that you are loved and lovable, is not arrogant. It’s humble. To think you are anything else is arrogant, because it implies you’re something other than a creation of God.

We are holy beings, individual cells in the body of Christ.

We are who God created us to be. We are all one, we are love itself. “Accepting the Christ” is merely a shift in self-perception.

The concept of a divine, or “Christ” mind, is the idea that, at our core, we are not just identical, but actually the same being. “There is only one begotten Son” doesn’t mean that someone else was it, and we’re not. It means we’re all it. There’s only one of us here.

“The journey to the cross should be the last “‘useless journey.’” (quotes taken from False Christ Coming: Does Anybody Care, ch. 1, cited from Marianne Williamson’s book, A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles)

From A Course in Miracles (as cited in False Christ Coming by Warren B. Smith):

By accepting the Atonement for yourself, you are deciding against the belief that you can be alone, thus dispelling the idea of separation and affirming your true identification with the whole Kingdom as literally part of you. (Text, p. 131)

The full awareness of the Atonement, then, is the recognition that the separation never occurred. (Text, p. 98)

The Atonement is the final lesson he [man] need learn, for it teaches him that, never having sinned, he has no need of salvation. (Text, p. 237)

There is no sin; it has no consequence. (Workbook, p. 183)

Innocence is wisdom because it is unaware of evil, and evil does not exist. (Text, p. 38)

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