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Christian literature about the New Age seldom accentuates its esoteric character. Yet, esotericism has been part and parcel of the new world view since its inception in theosophy. In dispensing occult knowledge, New Age adepts confront Christianity with an alternative religious knowledge: experiential knowledge versus revelational knowledge. This esoteric knowledge claims to unveil the hidden background of present world developments. Its cultivation needs different, anti-ecclesiastical forms ofdoi:10.4102/ids.v26i2.1411 fatcat:c3dylixs3baopgrks6yppidpym