C.S. Lewis once called Matthew 24:34 the most embarrassing verse in the Bible. That’s because Jesus foretold a lot of things that were supposed to happen in His generation that apparently never did. Or did they? John Noe’s response to this question may surprise you.
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“The Kingdom of God” is one of those terms church people use without much consideration to its meaning. For some, it mostly refers to a future age. For others, its meaning is identical to “church.” In nearly every case, the Kingdom is quickly passed over in favor of more frequently stressed teachings. But not so, for Maurice Smith.
The US Senate published a document in 1977 called “Project MKUltra, The CIA’s Program of Research in Behavior Modification.” It confirmed the existence of a project utilizing LSD, other drugs, hypnosis, sexual abuse and torture to brainwash selected American citizens. Few writers have followed up on this hole in the dyke of government secrecy. One exception is Fritz Springmeier, who with co-author Cisco Wheeler, documents that this type of research has continued well past the officially recognized project closing date of 1973.
This is a Bible prophecy book unlike any other you’re likely to have read. It discards ideas that Evangelicals have endorsed for less than 200 years in favor of enduring truths that believers have held to since the Reformation and before. After you learn about the exact fulfillment of prophecies throughout history, “left behind” may describe what you do with the fashionable view.
Jesse Ventura is well-known as host of “Conspiracy Theory,” a program that used to air on the truTV cable network. But it was the assassination of JFK that first got him interested in exposing conspiracies. Ventura is a fighter — a former wrestler and Navy Seal who successfully challenged the two-party stranglehold of the American political system to become a third party, later Independent, Governor of Minnesota. Ventura’s fighting instincts served him well uncovering, with the help of co-authors Dick Russell and David Wayne, 63 reasons why the official version of the Kennedy assassination is false.
It was 89 years ago when Adolf Hitler penned “Mein Kampf,” long before eBooks were ever imagined. It kind of reminds you of how the Bible is always a top seller, but the Führer’s book comes from an exact opposite direction. Let’s hope sales of “Mein Kampf” are due to historical interest and not sympathy with one of the world’s most notorious haters.