LT asks: “Is Havening (Technique) new age? Should one avoid Havening?”
BVS writes: “I am writing to inquire about the Maximum Ride book series, our son brought these home, and is reading one for a book assignment for his parochial school. He has read the book School is Out Forever, and brought home the book, The Final Warning. . . . My internal red flags started firing when on the back cover it reads ‘Like the Harry Potter series, this reading will be shared by children, their parents and grandparents’ . . .
NE writes: “I was at a friend’s house and we played a card game called Wizard. When one of the four cards that has a wizard on it is played, it trumps all the others. I began to wonder after if it was OK to play it.”
MP writes: “Could you please tell me who Max Lucado is and what his belief system is? The woman’s book club at our parish is reading a book by him called And the Angels Were SILENT for their April reading. I do not belong to it, but I have seen that he writes for Hallmark cards and I know he wrote The Christmas Candle movie, which sounded like a good Christmas movie. Are his writings harmless or is he New Age?”
MR writes: “Do you have any information about the “Unity” Church, or its founders, Charles and Myrtle Fillmore? It seems VERY New Age. I would like to provide some challenges to what they teach, and will appreciate any information you can provide.”