New age main criticisms

10 – Important political agenda

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From a Christian perspective.


There are specific objectives on the New Age political agenda. They will not bring peace and harmony, as they claim. Still some of them will indeed happen- as the Bible confirms regarding the events at the end of times.


The New Age Movement benefits of an well organized network of thousands of groups, trusts, foundations, clubs, lodges, secret societies and religious denominations whose goal and purpose is to prepare the world to enter the coming “Age Of Aquarius”.

A definite agenda has been agreed upon by their constituents. Adopted much after the same original ideals as Alice Ann Baily, the manifesto of the New Age movement calls for a: (1) New world order
(2) Universal credit card system
(3) World food authority
(4) World Health Authority
(5) World water authority
(6) Universal tax
(7) Universal military draft
(8) Abolishing of Christianity, Judaism and Islam
(9) One world leader.

A cosmic evolutionary optimism is taught. There is a New Age coming. There will be a new world order, a new world government. The New Age thinkers believe that there will eventually be a progressive unification of world consciousness. Most believe also that harmony can only be achieved through economic unity. They hope for a single world leader, who will eventually guide the world into a harmonious economic whole.

And indeed, the Bible, God’s prophetic word, reveals the end times will be marked by great deception. The Bible mentions the false teachers, false prophets and false christs who will be used by Satan to unite the world in a global religious system. It confirms also that the end of times will see the rise of a new leader, the Anti Christ. The New Age political agenda is another last attempt of Satan to be worshipped.

This new world, according to the Bible, being a counterfeit kingdom led by Satan himself will certainly persecute all those who will oppose its plan, especially true Christians. Still Christians know that Christ is the only One who has the true kingdom and He will one day rule on earth with peace for all who accept Him as Savior and King (Revelation 5:13).

Sadly there is a vast majority of New Agers who are involved quite innocently into it. Their motives are often altruistic. They wish to help – not harm – their fellow human beings. Most of them nevertheless lack knowledge of the ultimate goals of this movement.

(Sources: ‘Jesus among other gods’ Ravi Zacharias, ‘Walking through the darkness’ Neil Anderson, Got Questions Ministries)