Item description for 111: The Media War Between Jesus Christ and Satan by Gary Flanigan & Glenn Williams...
"The media is the method in the madness." That is the position of university professors Gary Flanigan and Luther G. Williams in their unique argument that television and the internet are under the spiritual influence, control, and domination of Satan in his prophetic role as prince of the power of the air. From Hollywood and TV news, to cloning, stem cell research, and UFO phenomena, 111 makes a persuasive case that the electronic media is the devil's primetime weapon of mass destruction. Using incisive writing laced with poignant detail, the book's tone is both educational and conversational as contemporary allusions and laymen's terms are offered to help readers grasp the Holy Bible not as old or new, but as a Current Testament.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.68" Width: 6.05" Height: 0.73" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1602478317 ISBN13 9781602478312
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The Media War (RAW Rating: 3.5) Jun 28, 2008
Satan's plan of attack on the Kingdom of God is a devious, well-orchestrated and highly evolved one. According to Gary Flanigan and Luther Glenn Williams in 111: The Media War between Jesus Christ and Satan, it began in Heaven when Lucifer had aspirations of being equal to God. When he and his merry band of followers were booted out of Heaven, he took up his earthly name of Satan and began a campaign to destroy anything God created on earth, making himself an automatic enemy of Jesus Christ. His determination is to see that the Will of God doesn't prevail. They report his main mode of attack is through the media.
Flanigan and Williams use scripture and logical argument to lay the ground work that Satan as the "prince of the power of the air" has sufficient influence over the airwaves. He uses spiritual manipulation over the internet, television and radio. Entertainment over these mediums that ultimately disgraces any of God's commands plays right into Satan's hand. His hatred is so intense for Jesus Christ, that he wants nothing more than to use the Bible against those who profess Christianity to try to prove to them, in diminutive ways, he is in control. He will stop at nothing and use anything; therefore, one must be on a constant vigil to be studious in the Word and to "watch as well as pray".
Flanigan and Williams did a very thorough and equally enlightening job of describing evil's attachment in our lives as it pertains to how Satan diverts the Will of God in order to destroy the Kingdom of God. They explore the scriptures in detail, offering explanations and spiritual, as well as worldly examples to show how evil is being woven into our lives using the media. They cover such topics as biblical evolution, Theomatics (mathematical design of the Bible), the Sabbath day, cloning, and UFO reportings to name a few. This book has a wealth of information that at times was overwhelming. My advice is to read it in concert with a Bible handy. I found the topics covered informative and added to my knowledge in how to be more vigilant in my own life when faced with evil. After reading this book, I am sure readers will look differently at the Bible and find much to discuss within its pages.
Reviewed by Brenda Lisbon of The RAWSISTAZ(tm) Reviewers