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In Matthew 24, Jesus warns multiple times that believers should be on their guard for deception, particularly in the last days. The Apostle Paul also warns in 2 Timothy 4, in very stark terms, that deception will abound in the latter days: For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables. (2 Timothy 4:3-4, KJV) For many years, modern evangelicalism has quickly adopted to a series of fads that are, without question, based on false teaching, and which incorporate Pagan, mystical and New Age practices into the church. In other words, the leaders of the latest fad are fulfilling that about which the Apostle Paul warned. In observing the state of modern evangelicalism, I know of no fad that has swept across the Evangelical landscape as quickly as the Enneagram. Hardly a day passes without learning of a formerly sound church, a college, or a seminary that has turned to the fable of the Enneagram. This new book, Richard Rohr and the Enneagram Secret, is a masterful work that dismantles how the Enneagram developed and how it came to be introduced into the church. It is imperative that pastors and those in charge of seminaries and colleges learn the truth of this myth. You cannot read this book and come to any other conclusion that massive deception is at play. I am grateful that Don & Joy Veinot and Marcia Montenegro have blessed the church with this research. Please read it and act accordingly and get it out of your church, your college or your seminary if the leadership does not respond to the information and address the false teaching. Don’t. Fall. For. It.

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