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One would not have thought that discernment in the Evangelical world could still reach a new low. One would be wrong. With mainstream Evangelical publishers like Zondervan and InterVarsity Press promoting books on the Enneagram, the final proof that much of the “Evangelical” publishing industry is only about money, not truth, is now inescapable. The Enneagram is a geometric figure, a circle containing nine points, being pushed as a tool for personality typing and finding one’s path to God. Widely believed to be of ancient origin, its roots are actually in modern occultism and New-Age spirituality. It is utterly devoid of any scientific psychological basis or biblical content. Don and Joy Veinot and Marcia Montenegro expose the facts in a book that should never have been necessary-but it is. In Richard Rohr and the Enneagram Secret, they leave no stone unturned in revealing the true source, nature, and danger of this hoax. Well-researched and clearly written, the book is a must-read for anyone who wants to be up on the latest trends in cult research, anyone wondering if the Enneagram has any validity, or anyone who knows someone influenced by it.

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