Adult Coloring Books and Mandalas, A Warning For Christians

Found this article at “The Last Hiker” blog, and sharing it here for the insights it can bring to Christians practicing occultism. While many of us may not agree with the conclusions (personally I think the author gives the Devil too much credit), I appreciate that the article’s well-sourced and states seeks to state its case in a level-headed manner.

Peace — Agostino

The Last Hiker

Last week I received a kind gift from a friend. She is one of the godliest people I know. My friend is smart, independent, and she loves the Lord. She is not naive. She is a professional, a leader. She is not a crunchy new-ager. I have known her for 15 years. We are super close.

The gift is a cool and popular new item that many of my other Christian friends have used especially during times of illness. They are popular with cancer patients who just sit all day in hospital beds, bored of Judge Judy.

They are sophisticated versions of what children daily do.

They are nostalgic.

They are adult coloring books.

I see them in Barnes and Noble. I see them in Michael’s Craft Store.

I have seen them in the Christian owned craft store Hobby Lobby.

They are just coloring books.

Innocent.

I have no problem with coloring…

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About Agostino

Brother A.D.A. (Agostino Taumaturgo) has been a student of Christian spirituality and magic for almost 30 years, specializing in theology and orthodox methods of manifestation. His father was a metaphysics teacher, and Brother A.D.A. learned much from him. After being ordained a traditionalist Catholic priest in 2002 and consecrated a bishop in 2007, he learned even more but returned to the magical community because exoteric ministry just wasn’t for him. Brother A.D.A. now writes, teaches, and lectures on spirituality, magic, and manifestation within a Christian paradigm, and is available for workshops, speaking engagements and one-on-one coaching. He can be reached at agostino@thavmapub.com.
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