Selling Satan: The Evangelical Media and the Mike Warnke Scandal

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Cornerstone Press, 1993 - Religion - 476 pages
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A follow-up to the award-winning expose published in Cornerstone Magazine. The glossing over of deceit in Warnke's 20-year reign as the "king of Christian comedy" in the evangelical recording and publishing industry is brought to light, as are the struggles of those who sought to be a corrective measure in his life.
-- It is more than the story of one individual; it also deals with his effect on others. (selling sattan) should be read by all those concerned with Satanic-cult hysteria", -- Peter Huston, Skeptical Inquirer

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According to P.T. Barnum, no one ever went broke underestimating the stupidity of the American public, a statement reconfirmed by this expose of the minister/comedian who supposedly went from ... Read full review

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Total overkill when it comes to presenting the evidence, but I found it fascinating and oddly enjoy the sometimes over-the-top writing style. Read full review

Contents

Nothing Is Hardly Ever What It Looks Like
1
Mere Facts and Fables
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Valley of Enchantment
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Copyright

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