Christian Journaling or Psychic Channeling?
Book Description: In the world of psychic channeling, these sensations are known as “calling cards” — physical, visual, or audible signs of a spirit guide’s presence. So why are Sarah Young’s readers conditioned to welcome these sensations as genuine experiences of Jesus Christ?
With over 40 million copies sold as of 2022, Jesus Calling and its sequels are influencing multitudes around the world. But what do they really teach? This book reveals hundreds of quotations from Young’s books that closely match quotations from channeling/mediumship books and invites readers to compare these messages against biblical Christianity.
“Christian Journaling or Psychic Channeling? A Critical Comparison of the Jesus Calling Series with Occult Training Literature” (“CJPC”) is based solely on the views and opinions of its author, Brenna Scott. CJPC does not intend to ascribe any motives to Sarah Young for writing her books, other than reasons she, herself, has already given. No views or opinions are intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, or individual.
Changes in circumstances after the date of publication may impact the accuracy of the information in CJPC. The publisher and the author disclaim any liability for any loss, damage, cost, or expense should any information, commentary, analysis, opinions contained in CJPC prove to be inaccurate, incomplete, or unreliable, or result in any financial losses, and the reader agrees not to hold the publisher, the author, or their affiliates liable for any possible claim for damages arising from any decision the reader makes based on CJPC’s content.
Note to Reader
In order to make a meaningful comparison, CJPC summarizes psychic channeling practices and quotes directly from psychic channeling books. It is not meant in any way to promote these practices or books, but rather to warn against them. Nor is it meant to attack Sarah Young personally, but rather to express deep concerns about her books.