Dark Secrets of the New Age: Satan's Plan for a One World Religion

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Crossway Books, 1987 - Religion - 286 pages
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Texe Marrs has written an expose' of the New Age Movement in which he argues that leadership has embarked on a mission to gain influence in every facet of society, from the entertainment industry to public schools to government.

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I'm a big fan of Texe. He is a leader of the awakening. This was published back in 1987. I would recommend it to those Christians who know nothing of the New Age and it's role in the New World Order ... Read full review

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I'm not even giving this book any stars. He-Man is not evil, it was a cheesy cartoon teaching kids to do right and buy toys.


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About the author (1987)

Texe Marrs is a retired career U.S. Air Force officer and former computer science teacher at the University of Texas at Austin. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and television shows with a message to Christians about impending dangerous events. Marrs has written over twenty-five books with titles that give the reader a good idea of what is contained between the covers. "Dark Majesty: The Secret Brotherhood and the Magic of a Thousand Points of Light," "Dark Secrets of the New Age: Satan's Plan for a One World Religion," and "Big Sister is Watching You: Hillary Clinton and the White House Feminists Who Now Control America" are just a few titles in his large body of work.

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