Self-Love Deception

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Creation Date October 9th, 2019
Updated Date Updated April 7th, 2021
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  1. "You can't love others until you love yourself." "Just pursue what makes you happy." These are the ubiquitous mantras of our day, encouraging us to ditch the "bad vibes" and do whatever makes us feel good about ourselves and our lives. The problem is that's not biblical. I'll explain why self-love isn't Christlike and how Christians, according to the Bible, are supposed to view ourselves.  Copyright CRTV. All rights reserved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  2. A recent video by Hillsong Church reiterates the common lie of today: You're enough. The reality is, you're not. Copyright Blaze Media All Rights Reserved. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  3. Self love is an ongoing dangerous movement. This episode will help open your eyes to the truth behind the deception of being a lover of ourselves. Listen now to understand how the world follows our own desires over God's will for our lives.
  4. Modern culture is telling you that self-love is the key to loving others. Sounds pretty selfless to focus on yourself in order to love others properly, right? But what does Scripture have to say about this? In this episode, we explain how the rampant self-love movement is blurring the lines between secular and Biblical worldviews. What does this mean for believers?
  5. Is self-love the key to finding happiness and fulfillment? Allie Stuckey, host of “Relatable” and the author of You're Not Enough (& That's Okay), joins Candace to debunk the myths surrounding our self-help culture and why it’s toxic to society. SUBSCRIBE so you never miss a new episode! 👉 https://www.prageru.com/series/candace/
  6. In this podcast, Allie Beth Stuckey joins us to analyze the popular ideas promoted by self-help gurus like Jen Hatmaker, Glennon Doyle, Rachel Hollis, and Brene Brown. We discuss questions like, am I enough? Do I have to love myself before I can love others? What is the cult of self-affirmation? What is "meology," and why is it such a popular way to interpret the Bible? Allie also tells us about her new book, You're Not Enough and That's Okay, and its message that runs contrary to some of these other popular teachers.

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