A Course In Brainwashing by Tracy Moran

Catholic apologetics:
Catholics across the country are alarmed at the increasing 
popularity of a New Age phenomenon known as "A Course in 
Miracles," a system of spirituality proponents claim is the "Third 
Testament" of God to His people. Continue reading 

A COURSE IN MIRACLES by Edward R Hryczyk

 Catholic apologetic:
The text of the book "A Course in Miracles" is the product of seven
years of trance spirit channeling of a Mrs. Helen Schucman. Continue reading 

A Course in Miracles (ACIM) sceptically speaking!


A Course in Miracles (ACIM)

All you need is love….love is all you need. –the Beatles

A Course in Miracles [ACIM] is the name of a book, allegedly dictated by Jesus to Helen Schucman (1909-1981), a research psychologist. ACIM is Christianity improved: Jesus wants less suffering, sacrifice, separation, and sacrament. He also wants more love and forgiveness. Continue reading

Is a Course in Miracles a cult? by Sean Reagan

A Course in Miracles: Cult?


Is a Course in Miracles a cult? One of my students asked me this other day. His question was genuine, but troubling. After all, the word cult has nothing but negative connotations (unless you’re a fan of this band, of course). Continue reading

A Course in Miracles or cultism?

Dialogue Ireland does not actually take a view as to whether the beliefs of the ACIM represent Religion or a Philosophy. Also whether they are opposed to another religion, whether they are heretical from a Catholic perspective or from an Evangelical point of view they are unbiblical is not our issue. We are concerned when we receive requests for support from families of persons who seem to have lost the plot. Whereas they were emotionally available and could be part of a family and the give and take that involves, now they find the person is withdrawn on another planet so to speak. They are also atomised believing they are no longer an incarnate being, but rather a separate gnostic spiritual individual with no connectedness to their wife, husband, daughter or son. To use an illustration. They were like honey from a honey comb deeply interrelated to those around them in their family or community. They still retained their individuality, but that was not a problem at that point. Now they are like individual marbles which are in a box and the box is dropped and the individual marbles go all over the place. They have no deep rooted connectivity and seem to be victims of a kind of DOS attack.

There seems then to be some influence and people involved seem to lack coherence and grounding in reality?

What is your experience?

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