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Letters from our readers as published in the
PsychoHeresy Awareness Letter
July August 2018  (V26 N4)

Thank you for writing to us. We read all letters, even though we are not able to answer each one personally. Please send postal correspondence to:
Psychoheresy Awareness Ministries
4137 Primavera Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93110


Dear Bro & Sis Bobgan,

Pray you are doing well. I read The Sodomy of Christians and so glad I did. First, I’ve never heard of anyone ­addressing these issues, and the subject matter needs to be addressed. Christians, or at least professing Christians, are divorcing at alarming rates. I am certain most of it (reasons) probably centers in the areas you addressed. As you have said, I will say as well, “As the world goes, so goes the ‘church.’” Unfortunately the ministers are sitting down on the job.

I have a young pastor friend who is beginning to take counseling classes. He thinks like others do that his ministry will improve. I suggested he read his Bible daily and use life lessons from the O.T. and N.T. in situations. I suggested your books and am taking the “sodomy” book to him this week.

Hopefully he can read and understand. Anyway, thank you both so much for your continuing faithfulness to Christ. We pray for you both regularly and pray God’s blessings on  your ministry.      West Virginia


Dear Martin and Deidre,

Recently an elder at a church I attended for 12 years referred a man to me for “counseling.” I met with the man, who said he wanted to know how to be tuned to the Holy Spirit in his life. I told him I’d make a deal with him. I asked him if he practiced a daily “quiet time” with God. He said, “Not really.” I responded, “So, here’s the deal between you and me and God: You have a “quiet time” with God for 7 consecutive days and then get back to me. He agreed, while chuckling and commenting that he needed that sort of direction. That was over a month ago, and I haven’t heard from him since (hopefully because he has drawn closer to God).       Maine


Dear Martin & Deidre.

I would like to thank you both for making me aware of the psychological seduction as you rightly describe it infecting the church today.

I would like to introduce myself as a fellow Christian. I am English, married to a Maltese wife, and have been living on the island of Malta for 41 years. Early 1990 we both gave our lives to Jesus our Lord and for the last 24 years I have been a pastor of a small church which began in our home and stayed there for 11 years before moving to another larger place.

Many of the evangelical churches here seem to be very comfortable with Psychology, even holding courses on them by a professor saying that if you don’t have it then you may not be able to minister to your congregation. (I refused).
       Malta


Martin Bobgan:

Thank you for your work. Even though I don’t agree with everything you say, I’m thankful for your ministry as I’m troubled by my personal experiences with so-called “Biblical Counseling” and “Christian Counselors” who charged my family money for their worthless “counsel.”… I have seen first-hand that “Biblical Counseling” or “Christian Counseling” have caused more harm than good. Fellowship and God’s providence have been far better than what I’ve seen in so-called “Biblical Counseling.” … I have decided to take steps to try to rid our church of so-called “Biblical Counseling.”        email


Dear Martin and Deidre,

Thank you for the book The Sodomy of Christians. You’ve touched on an area where my own concern has come to lately—our declining cultural trend. I think you make a compelling point in associating this decline with illicit sexual trends occurring in the church. That, in connection with your citations from Joseph Unwin, presents the case powerfully.

I have placed your book in the chapel. They can either put in the library or place it among other books for hand-out. The title alone will stir interest. Your newsletter is much appreciated as well—not only by me but also others in here.
       Prisoner


Dear Folks,

Thanks for your book The Sodomy of Christians. As with your book, so many issues need to be addressed in the church. Seducing spirits are working in these last days, leading 100’s of 1,000’s astray—sadly in the church. Tweaking the flesh with a shot of counseling in the arm is to somehow modify behavior and alleviate the pain, discomfort, and inconvenience of everyday problems. Of course, at times there is the idea that we can feel even better when we can supposedly get more of a grip and control of our lives by pinpointing the exact details of the problem and categorizing it according to DSM [Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders] symptoms.

Yes, back to the sufficiency of God’s Word by the power of His Spirit. So many believers have an “interpretation” & understanding of Scripture made up of so many false teachings. In that way, is it even possible to worship God in spirit & truth? Not that any of us enjoy dealing with error, but Jude does say to earnestly contend for the faith, yet with a heart bearing the Spirit’s fruit.

Thanks for your ministry not only to expose, explain and detail with research, but also your passion to turn the church back to Jesus Christ in spirit & truth .........Missouri

 


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