Sarah Young’s “Jesus Calling” is a phenomenon that shows no signs of slowing down. According to publisher Thomas Nelson, it “continues to grow in units sold each year since it was released [and] has surpassed 15 million copies sold.” Nelson is involved in an expansive new marketing campaign that involves a new web site and daily radio devotionals. ECPA reports that “Thomas Nelson began its partnership with the Salem Media group to provide 60-second daily messages on Eric Metaxas’ show, which is carried on more than 100 stations nationwide and worldwide on SiriusXM Radio. The Jesus Calling radio devotional reaches more than 500,000 people each day through these segments.” With 15 million copies sold, it has marched its way into rare company.
Yet it is a deeply troubling book. I am going to point out 10 serious problems with “Jesus Calling” in the hope that you will consider and heed these warnings.
1. She speaks for God.
2. She proclaims the insufficiency of the Bible.
3. Her deepest experience of God comes through a practice God does not endorse.
4. She is inspired by untrustworthy models.
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