Oneism's roots can be traced all the way back to the old paganism. It was virtually eradicated by twoism over many centuries and it was twoism that gave us Western civilization, Christian civilization. Alas, Western civilization is now denigrated. What is once again on the ascendant is oneism. It is there in the sexual revolution, in the works of Carl Jung, Saul Alinsky, Deepak Chopra and so many other cultural celebrities. I was particularly impressed by the author's crtique of Jung's works. Jung can be thought of as one of the key players in promoting onenism. As such, he is profoundly anti-Christian. The author has some important points to make about the New Age Movement.
The dominance of oneism is seen in the belief systems of so many people. It is practiced by those who claim to be spiritual but not religious. It is there in yoga and in the all pervasive mindfulness movement. These belief systems are tolerated in secular institutions in a way that Christianity is most certainly not.
But above all else, it is there in the sexual revolution of the sixties. It is there whenever new "rights" are manufactured such as a "right" to abortion or "gay marriage".
Our Christian culture is being systematically eradicated by means of Jungian psychology, Eastern religions and secularism. What are we to do? Jones, a Protestant, calls for a return to authentic biblical Christianity. Catholics will surely call for a return to fully believing Catholicism, a term I first heard used by Philip Trower. I write this at a time when an increasing number of states in the US are challenging liberal abortion laws. One cannot help but notice that these states have large Protestant majorities. In states with a significant Catholic population, the abortion laws remain liberal. Which neatly sums up the mess the Catholic Church finds itself at present. There are too many purveyors of onenism within the Church.
As one might expect from a work written by a Protestant, I do not agree with all of it. But I agree with most of it.