Item description for Millennium: Peace, Promises, and the Day They Take Our Money Away by Texe Marrs...
The sparkling 1990s! Gateway to an incredible Seventh Millennium of man on planet Earth. Economies are booming, money flowing, communist regimes in disarray, democracy on the rise. Peace is breaking out all over, and interest in religion is at an all-time high. Politicians promise the best is yet to come. What could possibly go wrong?
Millennium reveals astonishing Bible prophecies for our day. Will the coming United States of Europe pave the way for the Antichrist? Is a reunited and arrogant Germany about to produce a monstrous new "Hitler" and a Fourth Reich? Will they take our money away and issue "new" currency as financial panic grips America and economic disaster plunges the nations into dark depression? Could mounting global catastrophes and international crises cause peoples everywhere to cry out for World Government? Is there a mysterious conspiracy by false "Christs" and religious cults to set up a One World Religion? And most important: Will Jesus himself return in the next few years to establish His glorious Millennial Kingdom?
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Studio: Rivercrest Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.86" Width: 4.52" Height: 0.77" Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2001
Publisher Rivercrest Publishing
ISBN 1930004079 ISBN13 9781930004078
Availability 0 units.
More About Texe Marrs
Marrs is the author of three dozen books on computers, technology, and Christian faith in the modern world. He has taught at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a retired career officer of the U.S. Air Force and currently heads Power of Prophecy ministries in Austin, Texas.
Texe Marrs currently resides in Austin, in the state of Texas.
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This Stuff Is Really Happening - WAKE UP, PEOPLE Apr 16, 2002
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.
This is a presentation of the possible events that will usher in the reign of the Antichrist. Key event is a worldwide financial crisis and desperate people in need of a solution. The solution will be offered by a group of conspirators, or "money masters." Countries will no longer have individual currencies, but a one-world currency will be initiated. Some of the theories presented involve timelines which have about expired, there is repetition in thought and ideas, and some of the ideas presented seem extreme. Still, it is not possible to dismiss all of the book as lunacy, and a few of the ideas stick in the mind and raise questions about what is happening in the world of today and in the United States.