John Ankerberg


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December 01, 1945

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John F. Ankerberg (born Dec 1945) is the host of a nationally syndicated evangelical Christian television talk show. The show is broadcast from Chattanooga, Tennessee via satellite and highlights contemporary Christian viewpoints and debates among well known Christian scholars.

Ankerberg holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Luther Rice Seminary and is an ordained Baptist minister. He is the author or co-author of numerous books including Darwin's Leap of Faith: Exposing the False Religion of Evolution (Harvest House, 1998), and The Secret Teachings of the Masonic Lodge: A Christian Perspective (Moody, 1990).

He is married and has one daughter.
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“Examples of occult potential. Yoga practice involves occult meditation, the development of psychic powers, and may result in spirit contact or spirit possession. Major problems. The public perception of yoga as a safe, spiritually neutral practice is false. It is difficult, if not impossible, to separate yoga practice from yoga theory. The one who engages in yoga practices for health purposes may also find himself converted to an occult way of life. Biblical/Christian evaluation. Because yoga is an occult practice, it is prohibited. Potential dangers. Authoritative yoga literature is replete with warnings of serious physical consequences, mental derangement, or harmful spiritual effects.”
John Ankerberg, Knowing the Facts about Yoga

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