A Course in Miracles Exposed
I had written about “A Course in Miracles” in a previous article and that it is not Christian. Why do I bring this to your attention on a flat earth site? Simply, in that us flat earthers want to know other truths – and I hope that includes biblical truths. After all, when we talk about the flat earth we talk about bible verses that relate to it. There is one old book that is being pushed again and that is “A Course in Miracles.” Some Christians think that this is biblical based, just like they do the book called “The Shack;” they are not. Anyhow, you judge for yourself.
What is not widely known is that “A COURSE IN MIRACLES” was received by demonic revelation.
“A Course in Miracles” is more New Age “dribble” meant to sidetrack and confuse us. What is not widely known about this “course” is that it was received by demonic revelation by a Jewish atheist psychologist named Helen Schucman in 1965. In this “cutsy” course, Satan attempts to hide his existence, while at the same time “revealing” to the gullible Ms Schucman, an entire list of things that contradict Holy Scripture – which only the father of lies could concoct.
In October 1965, a Jewish atheist psychologist named Helen Schucman, an associate professor of medical psychology at Columbia University in New York, claimed she began receiving channeled messages from an unknown entity in an audible voice. She claims that from 1956-1972 an inner Voice dictated to her the three books which comprise A Course in Miracles. This voice, claimed Schuchman, was the voice of Jesus.
Schuchman recalled, “The voice made no sound, but seemed to be giving me a kind of rapid inner diction which I took down in a shorthand notebook”. She claims the Voice chose moments when she was free–at work, on the subway, at home–to dictate Christ’s update.
The Course originated with two such people, Bill Thetford and Helen Schucman. They worked together in a stress filled environment in New York City. Their relationship was anything but peaceful. One day Bill had had enough of the strife and said to Helen, “There has got to be a better way!” To his surprise, Helen did not come back with her usual facetious remarks but said instead, “Yes Bill and I’ll help you find it.” With this joining, the Course was conceived. In 1972, another psychologist and his wife, Ken and Gloria Wapnick, assisted Schucman with her book. At a later date the entity identified itself as Jesus Christ according to A Talk Given On A Course In Miracles by Kenneth Wapnick, May 9, 1981, page 10. As a matter of record, for the next ten years the voice is said to have dictated “in an inaudible voice” the three volume, 1,188 page, 500,000 word book known as A Course In Miracles according to an article that appeared in Psychology Today, September 1980, page 75.
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