a Saviour or that man can never be like God.
Evolution teaches that humans can potentially evolve into a god. Theilhard studied fossils, butsupported the Piltdown man hoax. Some believe that
Theilhard de Chardin
believed inpantheism or that God resides in all things. Other New Agers love that concept. Some New Age viewGod as an impersonal force that is your inner voice, higher self or intuition. They view it as immanentin all things like man. To the New Age Movement, God can be a he or a she. Oprah Winfrey is afamous person that has brought up into the lie that man can be a God as well (she denies JesusChrist as the only way to God the Father). Oprah follows the teachings of the New Age promoterEckhart Tolle. She feels that God is only loving. Yes, God is Loving and also a Judge. Oprah deniesthat God is Jealous. Top New Age figure,
Marilyn Ferguson said, "God is experienced as flow,wholeness, the infinite kaleidoscope of life and death. God is that organizing matrix we canexperience but not tell, that which enlivens matter." (Marilyn Ferguson, The AquarianConspiracy, pg. 382). Simply, New Agers ascribe nature as to God instead of worshipping theCreature. That’s a definition of a pagan as defined by the apostle Paul in Romans 1:22-24.
de Chardin also believed in the Omega Point or the view that everything will converge toward totalunity.
The notion of humanity evolving into a single consciousness is supported by deChardin's literature:
"Teilhard de Chardin though that 'besides His mystical body Christ also has a cosmic body spread throughout the Universe'". -Teilhard de Chardin, La Vie Cosmique,in Ecrits Du Temps De La Guerre, pg. 67-69 (Quoted in Fox, 137).
de Chardin also followed theideal of a Cosmic Christ (or a false Christ that fulfills all of the religions of the world). Matthew Fox, theDominican Scholar also said in his book, "The Coming of the Cosmic Christ" on pg 83 that Teilhard deChardin "...calls the Cosmic Christ the 'third nature' of Christ, meaning that it takes us beyond thefourth century conciliar definitions of Christ's human and divine natures into a third realm, 'neitherhuman nor divine, but cosmic'. Clearly de Chardin saw the paradigm shift that was implicit in powerfulcelebration of the Cosmic Christ." Here's another source on this man:
"Teilhard de Chardin though that 'besides His mystical body Christ also has a cosmic body spread throughout the Universe'". -Teilhard de Chardin, La Vie