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Should Christians Practice Yoga Paperback

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Is yoga a spiritual pitfall for Christians?

The question about yoga’s place in a Christian’s life is one that has sparked endless debates and impassioned responses. Some Christians are ridiculed for questioning yoga’s compatibility with their faith, while others condemn the practice as “demonic” without proper understanding. This book aims to provide a balanced, scripturally-grounded perspective on the controversial issue.

Embark on an intellectual and spiritual journey that is far from one-sided. We’ll delve deep into yoga’s Hindu roots and examine its significance among its millions of practitioners. At the same time, we‘ll consult the counsel of God’s Word, inviting the Holy Spirit into our discernment process and looking to Christ’s example as our ultimate guide.

This exploration is not merely academic—it’s missional. It forms part of the Christian’s divine calling to engage with the world while remaining not “of the world.” It challenges us to scrutinize cultural norms and practices against the backdrop of biblical truth, leading us towards God-honoring decisions.

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Product Details

• 4 x 6
• Softcover
• Printed in the United States
• 25 pages
Download sample
• Free shipping on all US orders over $80

Why Buy at Every Woman a Theologian?

Quick Theology books are only sold at Every Woman a Theologian—This book is perfect if you’re looking for a quick overview of yoga and if it is a spiritual pitfall.

A Note From Phy:

I’m excited that Jeremy created this book because it addresses a topic that has raised many questions and discussions among Christians—the place of yoga in a Christian’s life. Jeremy’s background and experience in religion, missions, and academia make him well-suited to provide a balanced and scripturally-grounded perspective on this controversial issue. This book offers an intellectual and spiritual journey that encourages us to examine cultural practices against the backdrop of biblical truth, and I believe it will be a valuable resource for those seeking clarity in this area.

About the Author:

Jeremy Jenkins is the Executive Director of All Things All People, a missions organization that explores the darkest and least reached places to engage the people there with the Gospel. He is also one of the pastors of Element Church, in Forest City, NC, and an adjunct professor of religion at Gardner-Webb University. He received his Bachelors in Religion from Liberty University and his Masters in Intercultural Studies from Columbia International University.

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