"the Christian church has explicitly identified these teachings as just that — heresy"Mohler identifies several serious problems, including:
- Portrayal of the Trinity
That this book has been shaped by bad theology, no one denies. The group surrounding the author support this theology. This is not an honest mistake, a misinterpretation of a creative vision. This is faithful to what the author believes.
And this could cause a weaker brother to stumble. It is a mature Christian's responsibility to not promote this sort of thing.
This is the reason I often prefer secular (even atheist) fiction and entertainment - compared to bad Evangelical stuff. At least I know the theology is going to be a train wreck going in, and am on constant defense. With Evangelical stuff, I have to run everything through a doctrine checker before I can enjoy it.