ABUSING MEMORY
The Healing Theology of Agnes Sanford


Abusing Memory ABUSING MEMORY: The Healing Theology of Agnes Sanford by Dr. Jane Gumprecht reveals the unbiblical roots of the inner healing movement, including occult teachings and the psychological theories of Freud, Jung, and others, who created the "inner child" and believed in an unconscious that controls conscious thinking, feeling, and acting. This is an important book for understanding the serious problems with inner healing as it is practiced by many in the church.

Softbound, 168 pages.

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Contents

Introduction

  1.  Mother of Inner Healing
  2.  A Free Spirit
  3.  Motives for Healing
  4.  New Thought, New Age, and Agnes
  5.  Agnes and God
  6.  A Blurred Picture of Jesus
  7.  Flirting with Spiritism
  8.  Prayer of Faith
  9.  Turning God On
10.  Laying on of Hands
11.  Failure of the Prayer of Faith
12.  "Healing of the Soul Never Fails"
13.  Inner Healing and Memories
14.  The Inner Child
15.  The Source of the Unconscious
16.  The Collective Unconscious
17.  Agnes's Legacy: The Ministry of John Sandford
18.  What Then Shall We Say?

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