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Recommended Pre-Requisite: Being a Christian.
If your a fundamentalist Christian or Evangelical this is the book for you. This book will speak volumes to your soul.
This book is ultimatley, all true. There are many New Age leaders and groups, they have agenda's and beliefs, and they are advancing and shaping our culture and world. Even some of the new age leader do hate relligion to the point of trying to destroy it (even if by violence) And Christians do (should) believe everything this book says.
However, Whether or not Christianity is real, or if the New Age is going to end up taking over the world and everyones going to become a demi-god...Is up to the reader.
For the non believer, this book is an interesting and factual read into the beliefs and conflict between two relligious groups if taken into a non personal context.
So befor for ordering, you better ask yourself...How's your faith?
When Truth is Proclaimed those Ensnared will Scoff
I dislike labeling any subject as a "Conspiracy" whereas the vision of a wild-eyed fanatic is immediately attached. Sometimes however, that is the best term to use and accurately applies to the New Age. Having spent much time in the ministry, authoring articles worldwide and a website dedicated to unmasking the movement, I can vouch for the authenticity of the content found in this book. The New Ager will only interpret bigotry and narrow-minded philosophies propagated in material such as this. I can understand and do sympathize. However, the truth must be proclaimed so that error may be illuminated. The ancient lord of the lost has used these methodologies unveiled from the beginning of mankind, branded by many different labels. Lucifer has not had to change his strategies, for they work perfectly. The unenlightened whose eyes are veiled, who follow the system, are woefully ignorant of the poison they drink. Enough mother earth 'sugar' is added to disguise the taste of deception. Texe Marrs valiantly exposes the satanic ploy of old and dismantles it one brick at a time.
His critics dismiss Texe Marrs with the label "Fundamentalist Christian." So be it. But at least he takes a stand. At least he reads the Bible of his faith. At least he applies it to the world around him.
I like Marrs' books. They have the excitement of conspiracy theory. But grounded in Bible study. If you don't believe in the Bible (or are afraid your friends will think you're a nut if you do) you probably won't like his books. But if you're into Bible prophecy, and use the Christian Bible to guide your life, then I think you'll appreciate Marrs' perspective.
I'll admit, I try not to put any Christian writer on a pedestal. God is still the definitive Author. But there's a place for writers who use the Bible to comment on current events. I appreciate the work they do. Especially when it prompts me to go back and read Bible passages they've pointed out.
So, Mr. Marrs: I thank you for taking so much flak, yet still keeping the faith. And I eagerly await your next book.
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