Posted On July 26, 2021

Marcia Montenegro- How Christians Should Speak to the Dangers of the Enneagram

by | Jul 26, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Marcia Montenegro discuss what the Enneagram is, why this practice should be concerning to Christians, and how they should speak to it and about it, how the Enneagram opposes a biblical worldview, along with her book, Richard Rohr and the Enneagram (MCOI Publishing, 2020).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why Christians shouldn’t engage or use the enneagram.
  • The dangers of Richard Rohr’s theology.
  • Advice to pastors on the use of the enneagram in the local church.
  • The sufficiency of Scripture and the problem of pragmatism.
  • The concerning trend of books from evangelical publishers on the Enneagram.
  • How Christians should speak to growing challenge of the Enneagram and it’s growing influence.
  • How the Enneagram opposes a biblical worldview.
  • What the Enneagram is and why this practice should be concerning to Christians.

About the Guest

Before becoming a Christian, Marcia Montenegro was involved for many years in Eastern spiritual beliefs (Hindu and Buddhist), New Age, and Occult practices. She was also a certified, professional astrologer who taught Astrology for several years and served as chairperson of the Astrology Board of Examiners (ABE) and President of the Astrological Society in Atlanta, GA. She has articles published in various magazines and written chapters included in books on the New Age and Occult topics. Marcia has a Master’s Degree in Religion from Southern Evangelical Seminary, Charlotte, NC. Marcia serves as a missionary with Fellowship International Mission (FIM), Allentown, PA. Based in Arlington, VA she is the mother of an adult son and also the author of SpellBound: The Paranormal Seduction of Today’s Kids (Cook, 2006).Marcia’s CANA website is christiananswersforthenewage.org.

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