The Enneagram Family Tree

Contents What is the Ennegram?The Enneagram Timeline: Origins, History, and Contributors Notable Resources What is the Enneagram? http://www.naturalhealthcourses.com “Enneagram” is defined by two Greek words, ennea (nine) and gramma (something written or drawn). A heartfelt Thank You to Marcia Montenegro, Jay Medenwaldt, Alisa Childers, Krista Bontrager, Melissa Dougherty, CRI, Dr. Christopher Berg, Dr. Rhenn Cherry, … Continue reading The Enneagram Family Tree

The Creator and His Creation

Below you will find an article written by Luke Wayne from Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM) along with links and videos as additional resources regarding this important topic. With increased spiritual syncretism occurring in our churches through teachings accompanying the enneagram, we are needing all-the-more to be in prayer for our churches as well … Continue reading The Creator and His Creation

Examining the Enneagram: A Biblical Perspective

A heartfelt Thank You to Marcia Montenegro, Jay Medenwaldt, Alisa Childers, Krista Bontrager, Melissa Dougherty, CRI, Dr. Christopher Berg, Dr. Rhenn Cherry, Midwest Christian Outreach, Cultish (Apologia Studios), Women in Apologetics, Steven Bancarz, Sean McDowell, Unbelievable with Justin Brierley, Fr Mitch Pacwa, Doreen Virtue, Dr. Douglas Groothuis, Brandon Medina, and Apologetics315 for all of the … Continue reading Examining the Enneagram: A Biblical Perspective

Refuting Rohr’s Claims About Jesus

Ladies, if you know of anyone who is immersed in the Enneagram, there is a possibility that he or she has heard of Richard Rohr. Rohr is a popular Enneagram proponent, whose viewpoints regarding both Jesus and the Biblical Gospel raise blantant red flags! 🚩 This post is not about Mr. Rohr, but instead brings … Continue reading Refuting Rohr’s Claims About Jesus

Biblical Resources and Apologetics

What is Apologetics? Apologetics is essentially encapsulated in verse 1 Peter 3:15, "always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect..." The word, "defend" in Greek is "apologia." This isn't a fleshly defensiveness but instead … Continue reading Biblical Resources and Apologetics