Item description for Ravaged by the New Age: Satan's Plan to Destroy Our Kids by Texe Marrs & Britt T. Collins...
Our children are under assault by the New Age. For over three decades the New Age leadership has plotted and worked to ravage an entire generation. This book explains the occult inroads into our schools, movies, kids' books, cartoons, at NASA (our space agency), the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, and even in Sunday School curricula It also shows how our teenagers are brought into bondage through Satan worship and witchcraft. Ravaged by the New Age provides an Action Plan with positive steps parents can take to protect their children from the New Age child abusers.
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Studio: Living Truth Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.58" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.74" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1999
Publisher Living Truth Publishers
ISBN 0962008613 ISBN13 9780962008610
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 16, 2017 05:10.
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More About Texe Marrs & Britt T. Collins
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.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ravaged by the New Age: Satan's Plan to Destroy Our Kids?
Ravaged by the New Age Feb 21, 2008
I bought this book along time ago, when my children were young. I went through their toys and sure enough there were occult symbols on the toys themselves. He-man was popular at that time and when I threw away the toy, there was a change of atmosphere in my home, as well as behavior in my child. I read the reviews on this book and all I can say is we aren't always aware of deception around us. That's where prayer comes in and the gift of discernment. This book really helped me as a mother at the time. The Holy Spirit did indeed open my eyes, Texe Marrs has a gift to help us see.
Ravaging! Dec 14, 2007
I didn't know Satan's plan for our kids was to turn 'em into milquetoasts! What happened to Black Sabbath?
an improvement over his other books Sep 24, 2007
Although this book is an improvement over his other books, I am so sorry to say I still did not feel it deserved anything more than 1 star.
I am sure everyone has hated the world at some point in their lives, wished the world would blow up in flames and fantasized about watching everyone they hate die a slow painful death. Texe Marr's obviously hates life and this world and chooses to cope with his anger by publishing books venting his anger.He savors every moment describing how the world is going to end and everyone he hates is going to meet a horrible death. I am so sorry anyone would have to endure living with all that hate, he clearly needs a lot of help.
Laugh a minute! Aug 13, 2005
This one is funny in that "it's scary to think that someone might take this serously and actualy put their psudo-intilectual faith baised conservitism to use trying to bring down the castle that Matel and Hanna-Barbarra hath wrot."
When one looks at the state of extreme relgious beliefs it never fails to scare and entertain all at once...
Utterly hilarious Aug 10, 2005
As a book which can be taken seriously, this book rates no stars. But as comedy gold...wow. You cannot open this book to any page without finding at least one uporarious and self-evidently ludicrous claim. My current favorite -- that the Transformer "Soundwave", a toy robot who can transform into a tape recorder, is actually supposed to reprsent the demon/god Baal.
He actually says this. This is not an interpretation or a taking of things out of context. He (Texe) makes this statement explicitly. (Page 221 in my edition)