Colleges, Contemplative and Campolo

November 15th, 2007 | 1 Comment | Emergent Church, Roman Catholicism Colleges, Contemplative and Campolo |  Facebook

Editor at Christian Research Net writes: Watcher’s Lamp takes a look at the growing contemplative movement on college campuses such as Emory (Methodist) and Georgetown (Catholic). The movement grows with the help of advocates such as the Dalai Lama and Tony Campolo.

In the video below, Tony Campolo (of Eastern University) explains how St. Ignatius coined the term “centering prayer”. Campolo describes how he practices centering prayer…” push everything out of your mind …allow Christ to invade you”. Campolo gets “full of the Holy Spirit that way”…

Listen to Campolo describe how the Holy Spirit “is in you before you became a Christian” (unlike being dead in your trespasses) and “Christ indwells all, saved and unsaved.”

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One Response to “Colleges, Contemplative and Campolo”

  1. yVoNNe says:

    Please SOS, have you have ANY concerned readers who believe that CCC-Campus Crusade for Christ is a low-grade cult? Or am i the only one on the planet who can see this?


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