The Illuminati

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 1996 - Fiction - 373 pages

The year is 2001 and the world is on the brink of economic collapse as the Illuminati, a deadly secret organization, succeeds in placing one of their people in the office of the presidency of the United States, gaining control of world events.

Have John Elder and Randy Cross read the "signs of the times" soon enough to expose the Illuminatiand thwart their diabolical plan? Or will this organization and its leaders be hailed as the world's political saviors?

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User Review  - BraveNewBks - LibraryThing

This, weirdly, was one of the formative books of my elementary-school years. No, it's not a young adult book. I was just a weird kid. The year was 1992. I was nine years old, and two months into fifth ... Read full review

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I thought this book was thought-provoking and realistic, delving into the real-life possibilities and technical aspects of what might be 'the tibulation.' I thought it was both intelligent and ... Read full review


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Larry Burkett, a leading author and speaker on Christian Finance, has achieved much success in his career. He has written more than 50 nonfiction books, many of them bestsellers, that offer financial advice based on fundamental Christian principles. His best-selling work, Your Finances in Changing Times, has sold more than one million copies. He has also written three novels based on the premise of Christian financial management. In 1976, Burkett founded his ministry, Christian Financial Concepts, and conducts over 200 seminars a year as its president. Since 1982, he has hosted his own daily radio show, Money Matters, which reaches millions of listeners throughout the world. Larry Burkett lives in Gainesville, Georgia.

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