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15 Unbiblical Christian Compromises ...that are dangerously popular in our culture. [Kindle Edition]

Paul Kasch
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Traps await the unsuspecting Christian at every turn in this life. Even the suspecting Christian is often fooled by them, especially when they come disguised as cool cultural trends. Worse yet, some believers knowingly make worldly compromises due to not understanding the true nature of the thing they are becoming polluted by.

In his latest work, Paul Kasch identifies and expounds upon 15 unbiblical Christian compromises which have become popular in western society. We are talking about things like feng shui, yoga, "the secret" and supposed law of attraction, astrology, and belief in evolution. It’s bad enough that the non-believers around us are becoming entangled in these spiritual snares. When they start gaining footholds within Christian households, the results can be tragic.

Knowledge is power. Learn the origins and true nature of the innocent-seeming trends which are attempting to derail your Christian walk. In reality, they are tools of the enemy who is bent on your destruction. You will come away from this text spiritually sharp and more aware of your surroundings. To be aware is to be alive.

This 19,000+ word eBook has been professionally edited and specifically formatted for Kindle devices. We promise a smooth and enjoyable electronic reading experience, including convenient navigation. Put this gem on your Kindle and start strengthening your spiritual resolve today.

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  • Publisher:; 1 edition (25 April 2012)
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  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars truly awful 10 Sept. 2013
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what a truly awful book- this missive about the perils awaiting to entrap unwitting christians at every corner is nothing more than sensationalist, bigoted and uneducated nonsense. do stretches in the morning? careful- that yoga will give you a one way ticket to purgatory!
what nonsense
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1.0 out of 5 stars Ill informed and bigoted 29 Sept. 2013
By Momes
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This is truly an appalling book. The writer seems to be very knowledgeable about the Bible's contents, but his knowledge of the other things he talks about is sketchy to say the least, which means that his 'advice' is seriously misleading, even for Christian fundamentalists like himself. Whether he chooses verses which confirm his prejudices, ignoring any that wouldn't, I have no idea, but it wouldn't surprise me. In his introduction he refers to anyone who doesn't absolutely believe that every word in the Bible is God's word as 'the enemy' - this hardly encourages one to believe that a reasoned argument will follow (which indeed it doesn't). And his chapter on the upbringing/disciplining of children is enough to chill the blood - clearly his knowledge of child psychology is non-existent, and I just hope (yes, to God!) that he has no children of his own. Horrible.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Nice to see BIGOTRY so alive and well 11 Sept. 2013
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The best thing to do with this book is delete it if kindle edition or burn it if paperback. If you must read it, it will show you just how foolish some Christians can be
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1.0 out of 5 stars Load of rubbish!! 11 Sept. 2013
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This book is the worst thing I have ever read! Thank goodness i didnt have to pay for it!! This person doesnt like other religions so he puts them down!!
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Biased writer 11 Sept. 2013
By Vikki Jo Teabo - Published on
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15 Unbiblical Christian Compromises ...that are dangerously popular in our culture....that are dangerously popular in our culture. [Kindle Edition]

I read this book and this person has a very closed mind. I don't know where he got his info from , but he is not educated in other religions. He seems to have an agenda of his own and is trying to create a christian CULT. Think about it very carefully. I did notice that he acknowledged that christmas was stolen from pagan beliefs. I am glad I didn't pay for this book I got it as a free ebook for kindle. I am horrified at how he portrays Buddhism , Pagans , he even talks against the catholics. This person is entitled to his opinion , but he is not very educated on other ways. I am sure he would even knock down the native-American beliefs , even though they are peaceful and only take what they need from the earth and always give back as do Pagan and Wicca. He also has a lot of quotes from different bibles mostly NIV , and a few other newly interpreted bibles. The bible has been interpreted so many times and also from different languages it is hard to understand what is factual in it. How can someone follow a higher power that is so controlling and vindictive?
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Intolerant BS 11 Sept. 2013
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Sigh. Another Christian claiming to be a victim because other people believe other things. My favorite example (available in the sample if you are curious) is why the idea of co-existence is problematic: because you are required by God not to live and let live but instead must harass your neighbors and friends. He is well over the nut job line he wanted to avoid crossing, far enough over to not even see it.

Most of us don't care what you do in your own space. Most of us don't care if you don't buy certain products or watch certain shows. Our only issue is when you want to enforce your restrictions on those of us who believe otherwise. This is a great manual for how to lose friends and be unable to interact with most of society.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A very anti-christian book! 11 Sept. 2013
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This type of narrow minded, bigoted, we-are-better-than-everyone-else "Fake Christianity" goes against EVERYTHING Jesus taught and preached! This is a very shameful and disgraceful Anti-Christian book seething with intolerance and hatred. Rubbish like this is why people think "all" Christians are hateful bigots. Tripe, pure tripe!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Conservative, but never closeminded 20 Dec. 2013
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15 Compromises by Paul Kasch has chapters on numerous non-biblical practices and how modern Christians frequently compromise their values by inclusion of these practices. Contrary to some opinions listed here, I did not find the author bigoted, closeminded or uneducated. But it is decidedly written from a Biblicist viewpoint. Some of them are pretty obvious to a Bible believer such as: astrology; evolution/atheism; feng shui, yoga, and eastern religious morals; and mystical games like Ouija.

The author’s chapter on co-existence seems to be misunderstood (or misrepresented) by many commentators here on Amazon. He does not claim that Christians should “harass” non-believers. God forbid, Paul says to live in peace with non-Christians. His co-exist chapter is that Christians should not consider all religions to be equal. For if that is true then there is no right or wrong. Absolutes would be relative unto yourself. This is an Atheistic paradigm. Kasch claims that there is an absolute morality; there does exist a God who defines right +wrong. All religions are not equal. If Christians are right, then others must be wrong (and vice versa). You can’t logically have contradictory philosophies with both correct. The CoExist bumper stickers have a subliminal philosophy that everybody is right, no body is wrong. It is a pantheistic thought, not Christian. Kasch is correct in claiming that it is non-Biblical.
I guess the 1 star detractors on Amazon did not read the chapter very carefully.

Overall it is a fine short study. I really liked the non-legalistic perspective. Instead of a bulletlist of many wrong things, he probed the mentality behind the actions. It is the ungodly thinking that is inappropriate, not always the actions themselves. I liked his policy of not being too standout weird for the sake of looking different and important. We will lose our witness and voice if the world discounts Christians as a freakshow.

The Halloween chapter was surprisingly good. I was half expecting a fundamentalist rant about druid cultic practices and pagan holidays. But Kasch was level headed and did not outright condemn trick or treating and candy gifting. However he is uncomfortable with vampires, zombies and any evil genre of costumes.

Likewise on cultural experiences, he advocates avoiding hindu temples, nor taking your picture next to a totem pole. I thought this chapter was a tad legalistic, but I can appreciate his viewpoint. He is never condemnatory or hateful.

Spoiled children was one of his best chapters. The point was salient. Even strong well fed Christians can benefit from thinking this out. We know that godly discipline is healthy for children. We do it Biblically with a loving heart while at home.
But when we go to Walmart or the grocery store (temples of commercialism and materialism) we compromise. We are concerned about being politically correct, more than we are concerned about the health and well being of our own children. This is the crux of the book: lowering your standards in the face of secular pressure. Good job on this chapter.

He closes the book with chapters that have deeper thought. Chapters on denominational exclusivity, passive Christianity and legalism were excellent. I thoroughly agreed with everything. I noticed his comment not excluding Catholics (too many protestants are vehemently anti-Rome), not bashing alcohol+ gambling. And not requiring a tithe. All very good mature NT outlook, without a fundamentalist Pharisaic streak. Good job.

In conclusion, 15Compormises was a good book. It is recommended for Bible believing Christians. Easy quick read, written conversationally. It is Biblically centered with an eye toward liberty, but always focusing on the purity of Christ our Lord.
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