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The New York Times
From The New York Times, September 29, 1986
"New Age thought [a blend of Eastern mysticism and the Western occult], according to many proponents as well as detractors, directly or indirectly rejects the Judeo-Christian concept of a single, omnipotent God who has revealed His will to man. Instead, New Age adherents follow the view of many Eastern religions that there is a unity in the universe, of which all things, including God and man, are equal parts.
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