Let’s Get On with It!

On the one hand, I commend you for treating subjects such as the one in “Under Fire” [Sept. 18]. On the other hand, it incenses me that so much time and energy are expended arguing, debating, and otherwise dissecting Christian doctrine. Give me a break! Let’s get on with the Father’s business of soul saving and leave men like Richard Foster and David Seamands alone to do their thing—which certainly sounds to me like it is Christ’s and the Father’s thing.

DIANE MELANG

West Allis, Wis.

David Hunt and T. A. McMahon’s Seduction of Christianity does an excellent job of documenting the infiltration of occult philosophy into Christian institutions, but there is one flaw. The authors provide ample support for their point that visualization has become a common practice in contemporary Christianity. But in spite of their repeated and vigorous contention that visualization is an ancient occult practice, they do not quote a single authority or cite even one reference to support that claim.

MARVIN MOORE

Pacific Press Publishing Association

Boise, Idaho

A new deli delight

Now that you have revealed to the world why we at Fuller are so severely troubled with chronic theological indigestion through printing our Catalyst snack shop menu in your September 18 issue [“The Divine Deli”], let me offer some hope to those who may be suffering. The committee is considering a new addition: The John Wimber: Miracle Whip on Wonder Bread.

C. PETER WAGNER

Fuller Theological Seminary

Pasadena, Calif.

Christians in a secular state

William Willimon’s essay on religious freedom [“The Chains of Freedom,” Sept. 18] is a clear articulation ...

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