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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World - John R. Deakins
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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World With television, movies, popular novels, and supermarket tabloids shouting, "Prophecy! Rapture! Second Coming! Armageddon! AntiChrist! Mark of the Beast! 666!" it's important that those "hot button" topics of prophecy be openly dealt with, using logic, context, and faith. There is no way to sugarcoat the fact: End of the World and the AntiChrist are coming, but somehow our popular media have "sugared" them anyway. If you want cute and entertaining, they're the place to go. If you want a serious approach to those serious prophecies, look inside. Worse, American society has adopted a false-front mythology that masks Christianity. Truth once underlay that late-arriving mythology, but "Christian" myths are more fun. Christmas is a booming, commercial enterprise. Easter is one more excuse for a holiday sale. The traditional nativity scene, Santa Claus, and physical angels living among us are so much more entertaining than the actual story. Does it matter that Christ, Satan, and angels look nothing at all like the traditional images? Who cares if those traditions are fabricated instead of Biblical? It's time for Christians to poke holes in those overinflated social balloons, whatever their origin. Join us as we pull back the covers on the most popular "Christian" myths and compare them to what the Scriptures actually say. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-61720-283-4, Wilder Publications

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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World With television, movies, popular novels, and supermarket tabloids shouting, "Prophecy! Rapture! Second Coming! Armageddon! AntiChrist! Mark of the Beast! 666!" it's important that those "hot button" topics of prophecy be openly dealt with, using logic, context, and faith. There is no way to sugarcoat the fact: End of the World and the AntiChrist are coming, but somehow our popular media have "sugared" them anyway. If you want cute and entertaining, they're the place to go. If you want a serious approach to those serious prophecies, look inside. Worse, American society has adopted a false-front mythology that masks Christianity. Truth once underlay that late-arriving mythology, but "Christian" myths are more fun. Christmas is a booming, commercial enterprise. Easter is one more excuse for a holiday sale. The traditional nativity scene, Santa Claus, and physical angels living among us are so much more entertaining than the actual story. Does it matter that Christ, Satan, and angels look nothing at all like the traditional images? Who cares if those traditions are fabricated instead of Biblical? It's time for Christians to poke holes in those overinflated social balloons, whatever their origin. Join us as we pull back the covers on the most popular "Christian" myths and compare them to what the Scriptures actually say. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-61720-283-4, Wilder Publications

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With television, movies, popular novels, and supermarket tabloids shouting, ´´Prophecy! Rapture! Second Coming! Armageddon! AntiChrist! Mark of the Beast! 666!´´ it´s important that those ´´hot button´´ topics of prophecy be openly dealt with, using logic, context, and faith. There is no way to sugarcoat the fact: End of the World and the AntiChrist are coming, but somehow our popular media have ´´sugared´´ them anyway. If you want cute and entertaining, they´re the place to go. If you want a serious approach to those serious prophecies, look inside. Worse, American society has adopted a false-front mythology that masks Christianity. Truth once underlay that late-arriving mythology, but ´´Christian´´ myths are more fun. Christmas is a booming, commercial enterprise. Easter is one more excuse for a holiday sale. The traditional nativity scene, Santa Claus, and physical angels living among us are so much more entertaining than the actual story. Does it matter that Christ, Satan, and angels look nothing at all like the traditional images? Who cares if those traditions are fabricated instead of Biblical? It´s time for Christians to poke holes in those overinflated social balloons, whatever their origin. Join us as we pull back the covers on the most popular ´´Christian´´ myths and compare them to what the Scriptures actually say. From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 27.02.2011, Wilder Publications, .201

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With television, movies, popular novels, and supermarket tabloids shouting, ´´Prophecy! Rapture! Second Coming! Armageddon! AntiChrist! Mark of the Beast! 666!´´ it´s important that those ´´hot button´´ topics of prophecy be openly dealt with, using logic, context, and faith. There is no way to sugarcoat the fact: End of the World and the AntiChrist are coming, but somehow our popular media have ´´sugared´´ them anyway. If you want cute and entertaining, they´re the place to go. If you want a serious approach to those serious prophecies, look inside. Worse, American society has adopted a false-front mythology that masks Christianity. Truth once underlay that late-arriving mythology, but ´´Christian´´ myths are more fun. Christmas is a booming, commercial enterprise. Easter is one more excuse for a holiday sale. The traditional nativity scene, Santa Claus, and physical angels living among us are so much more entertaining than the actual story. Does it matter that Christ, Satan, and angels look nothing at all like the traditional images? Who cares if those traditions are fabricated instead of Biblical? It´s time for Christians to poke holes in those overinflated social balloons, whatever their origin. Join us as we pull back the covers on the most popular ´´Christian´´ myths and compare them to what the Scriptures actually say. From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Wilder Publications

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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World With television, movies, popular novels, and supermarket tabloids shouting, Prophecy! Rapture! Second Coming! Armageddon! AntiChrist! Mark of the Beast! 666!" it's important that those "hot button" topics of prophecy be openly dealt with, using logic, context, and faith. There is no way to sugarcoat the fact: End of the World and the AntiChrist are coming, but somehow our popular media have "sugared" them anyway. If you want cute and entertaining, they're the place to go. If you want a serious approach to those serious prophecies, look inside. Worse, American society has adopted a false-front mythology that masks Christianity. Truth once underlay that late-arriving mythology, but "Christian" myths are more fun. Christmas is a booming, commercial enterprise. Easter is one more excuse for a holiday sale. The traditional nativity scene, Santa Claus, and physical angels living among us are so much more entertaining than the actual story. Does it matter that Christ, Satan, and angels look nothing at all like the traditional images? Who cares if those traditions are fabricated instead of Biblical? It's time for Christians to poke holes in those overinflated social balloons, whatever their origin. Join us as we pull back the covers on the most popular "Christian" myths and compare them to what the Scriptures actually say. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-61720-283-4, Wilder Publications

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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World
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Deakins, John R.

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From Tabloids to Apocalypse Christianized Myths in a Doomed Modern World

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1617202835

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781617202834
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1617202835
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Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: Wilder Publications
154 Pages
Poids: 0,236 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1617202835

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