“In 1865, the cream of Britain’s oligarchy gathered in London, overseen by Queen Victoria personally, to found the Palestine Exploration Fund (PEF), with funding provided by the Crown, by the United Grand Lodge of freemasonry, by the Rothschilds and by the Church of England. The event was chaired by the Archbishop of York, who proclaimed that the Holy Land, was, by all rights, English property.
“The President and Treasurer of the PEF were, respectively, Sir Charles Warren, one of the leading freemasons in Britain (he had ‘passed through the Royal Arch’ at the age of 21, one of the youngest masons in Britain ever to do so), and Sir Walter Besant (the brother-in-law of Annie Besant, controller of Britain’s Theosophy cult—one of extraordinary importance in British imperial designs...). British Freemasonry at this time was undergoing explosive growth, one directed by the Prince of Wales personally as Grand Master of UGLE from 1875 until he ascended the throne in 1901…
“In 1886, the Prince of Wales chartered the elite Quatuor Coronati lodge, described within freemasonry at the time as a ‘revolution in world masonry.’ The lodge was unique, not only for ushering in a revival of the cabala, but insofar as it was founded specifically as an ‘archaeological lodge.’ It’s two founding officers were none other than the chairman and treasurer, respectively, of the PEF, Sir Charles Warren and Sir Walter Besant… From 1867-70, Warren had overseen an extensive archaeological dig under and around the Temple Mount, and had held freemasonic lodge meetings under the Mount…
“Among the stable of academics and archeologists whose ‘findings’ are used to beat the drums for rebuilding Solomon’s Temple, none is more important than the Dutch-born British archaeologist Leen Ritmeyer. He was for 20 years the chief assistant to Dr. Benjamin Mazar, who was in charge of the Temple Mount for the Israeli government for decades. Ritmeyer is now a close associate of the Darbyite Temple propagandist, Dr. Randall Price, and is the anointed authority on the ‘real location of Solomon's Temple,’ according to the publicity given him by the Palestine Exploration Fund and by Biblical Archaeological Review, both of which regularly feature his work. He is sponsored on speaking tours by the PEF's Israeli subsidiary, the Israel Exploration Society, and has lectured to the Ateret Cohanim and to the Temple Institute of Rabbi Ariel in Jerusalem...
“An EIR investigator called Ritmeyer shortly after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, to inquire about his work. He reported that he had just recently found the precise resting place, inside the Islamic holy place of the Dome of the Rock, of the lost Ark of the Covenant! Even more remarkable, was the financial sponsor of the ‘discovery’: ‘I was doing some research for a month in Jerusalem, supported by Lord Rothschild, of all people, and that is when I found the location of the Temple and the location of the Ark of the Covenant! You can still see it in the rock, very clearly. Questioned further, Ritmeyer said that the London-based Lord Jacob Rothschild had ‘sought me out’ for the work, and that he had done, and continued to do, much work in an around Jerusalem for the Rothschild family.”
[Source: “Who is Sparking a Religious War in the Middle East?—And How To Stop It,” Executive Intelligence Review, Special Report, Dec. 2000, pp. 45, 55]
From: “Constance E. Cumbey” firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thu, 23 Sept. 1999 09:10:02 -0400
Subject: Re: Dave Hunt as your spiritual father
Jackie is somebody who has hung around for a long time on supposedly
anti-New Age work. She married a reporter for ETERNITY Magazine which had a
vested interest (they were pro Jeremy Rifkin, sympathetic to New Age
Movement) in silencing legitimate anti-New Age work. Evangelical Ministries
to New Religions hosted some disinformation conferences. In 1983 they tried
to set me up in southern California. It backfired on them. In March 1985
they held a conference at the Denver Seminary. We found out that security
guards had been hired just in case I showed up. It was supposedly an
anti-New Age seminary. They hired J. Gordon Melton, a prominent New Ager to
present a paper called A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO THE HIDDEN DANGERS OF THE
RAINBOW. Basically it was the New Age evangelical caucus pretending to
fight the New Age. This was EMNR (Evangelical Ministries to New Religions).
Then in 1987 it was a combination of Doug Coe (a Mark Hatfield associate),
EMNR, SCP (Spiritual Counterfeits Project), Regent College (Vancouver,
B.C.), Denver Seminary forces combining to host the Gold Lake Conference in
Boulder, Colorado. Barbara Marx Hubbard was invited to chair that event at
their invitation. Jackie Alnor who was then Jackie Miller met her husband
at a conference where I was one of the speakers in Phoenix in 1987. He kept
pressing me for an interview and with the treatment the who [sic] subject had
received from ETERNITY and knowing of his associations with Eric Pement, et
al, I refused. I did not denounce him publicly as Jackie claims; however, I
did let my audience know of the posture ETERNITY MAGAZINE had taken in the
entire struggle and that generally the magazine had not been our friend.
They married. Bill Alnor went on to head EMNR (what a surprise) and wrote a
book, again attacking that contained actionable material. I nearly sued.
He took excesses by very flaky evangelical/fundamentalist movements such as
the datesetter whose name was I believe Edgar Whisenant. Then with
headlines he accomplished something that was clearly actionable. The
chapter was headed CONSIDER THE SOURCE. I was the alleged source.
I saw Jackie hanging around on our bulletin boards and email lists and sent
her a couple of messages. Dave Hunt was a false friend for several years
until I cut it off in October of 1987. I kept the matter private, however,
Jackie's postings forced me to respond and are bringing it to a head. Maybe
it was time that people know how insidious this battle has really been.
Feel free to pass this on.
CONSTANCE E. CUMBEY
Past and Future Speakers
• John Ankerberg [CNP]
• David Barton [National Legal Foundation, a Heritage Foundation (Paul Weyrich, CNP)/ Regent University (Pat Robertson, CNP) legal org.]
• Pat Boone [CNP]
• Jerry Falwell [CNP]
• Ed Hinson [former Dean of the School of Religion at Liberty University (Jerry Falwell, CNP)]
• Anita Hoge
• Dave Hunt
• Alan Keyes [CNP]
• Cliff Kincaid [Free Congress Foundation (Paul Weyrich)]
• Berit Kjos
• Hal Lindsey
• Avi Lipkin
• Marlin Maddoux [CNP]
• Josh McDowell
• Chuck Missler [CNP]
• Henry Morris [CNP]
• David Noebel [CNP]
• Randall Price
• Alan Sears [Alliance Defense Fund, CNP-related law org]
A COMPASS Ministry
Editor: Note the Compass Ministries logo - the hyperdimensional double-tetrahedron which exists today as the Masonic Square and Compass:
“The Square represents the female (passive) generative principle, the earth, and the baser, sensual nature; and the Compass represents the male (active) generative principle, the sun/heavens, and the higher, spiritual nature. The Compass, arranged above the Square, symbolizes the (male) Sun, impregnating the passive (female) Earth with its life-producing rays. The true meanings, then are two-fold: the earthly (human) representations are of the man and his phallus, and the woman with her receptive cteis (vagina). The cosmic meaning is that of the active Sun (deity, the Sun-god) from above, imparting life into the passive Earth, (deity, the earth/fertility goddess) below and producing new life.” [source: James Shaw & Tom McKenney, Huntington House Inc., Lafayette, LA, 1988, Appendix B, p. 143]
See variations of this occult symbol in: New Years Age of Horus
“…the symbolism of the hyperdimensional double-tetrahedron evolved into various symbols such as the Egyptian Merkaba, the Star of David (through the Moses/Aknenaton connection), and the Square and Compass of Freemasonry (via Solomon's Temple).
“If we take one more step backwards from Egypt to Sumeria, we can find the true symbolism of the hyperdimensional double-tetrahedron which exists today as the Masonic Square and Compass. In the Sumerian writings regarding the Anunnaki, symbols were used to represent various planets as the Anunnaki entered the solar system from the outside and approached Earth. The Sumerian symbols for the planets were stars with each of them having a particular number of points correlating with the reverse numerical order of the planets when the solar system is entered from the outside.
“The symbol for Earth was a ‘seven pointed star’ and was designated the ‘Planet of Enlil’ in Sumerian writings according to the information on pages 256-262 in Zecharia Sitchin's ‘The 12th Planet’. The connection of the ‘seven pointed star’ to the ‘Enlil/Seth/Sons of Belial/Nazi/Owls’ faction correlates with the corrupted Crowleyistic version of Egyptian mythology that was encoded in the Times Square Millennium Ball. While the planet Venus was represented by an ‘eight pointed’ star (see page 262 of ‘The 12th Planet’), Mars was represented by a "six-pointed star" (page 263 of ‘The 12th Planet’) which gives us our next connection.”
[Editor's note: Compass Ministries [Coeur d'Alene, Idaho], which sponsors the annual Colorado Steeling of the Mind conferences, is possibly a Missler-related org. Missler is one of the featured speakers in Compass's Biblelands Cruise 2002. Missler's Koinonia House Ministry is also based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.]
Debuting in 1993, Steeling The Mind of America is an annual conference organized and hosted by Compass International, Inc. [Coeur d'Alene, Idaho] Usually held in August, twelve top Christian speakers are invited to make presentations on hot or difficult Christian topics.
Now in its ninth year, Steeling The Mind of America has become one of the most popular Christian conferences in America. The top Christian speakers in America once again will gather in the cool mountain breezes of Keystone, Colorado for another incredible weekend to remember! From apologetics to legal issues; from Bible prophecy to the Christian lifestyle; from praise to prayer. Affectionally dubbed the "What-if-the-Lord-doesn't-come-soon" conference, expect a lot of armor to steel your mind with the truth!!!!
The exchange of truthful information is one of the most critical assets we have as Christians. Today's world is driven by information, and most of it is superintended by a media force that is openly opposed to a Christian world view. In a front page story dated February 1, 1993, a Washington Post reporter referred to evangelical Christians as “poor, uneducated, and easy to command.”
And who is in command? The media, which is liberal by its own admission, is helping to shape a very different world view. At risk are our constitutional rights, our individual freedoms, and most importantly, our children.
Steeling the Mind is about getting the truth into the hands of rational, thinking Christians.
Ignorance is not bliss--it's dangerous. But armed with truth, we can intelligently make those critical decisions that affect our families and businesses. To accomplish that, we're bringing together ten of the best and brightest speakers who are highly knowledgeable in their respective fields. People who will give you information, and insight, without the liberal slant.
What you do with that information can make a difference. God is in control, He has a master plan, and the real privilege comes in being used as part of that plan. But reasoning people can be greatly influenced by the information they get, who they believe, and what they do with it. And when God's people make major decisions based on the wrong information, the results can be far reaching. Just ask Joshua and Caleb.
Make plans to attend the next Steeling The Mind of America conference in beautiful Keystone, Colorado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains! Our next conference will take place August of 2001.
Visit Compass.org to learn more!
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THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST: AN EVANGELICAL CELEBRATION
The following list of EC participants is featured on the Ankerberg web site. However, the list fails to provide the reader with pertinent profile information. Notations in purple have been added.
Schools which are members of Association of Theological Schools are identified below as “ATS member” in the list below. See ATS LINK for important information about these member schools and their relationship to the World Evangelical Fellowship, WEF Theological Commission. [editor]
(as of June 3, 1999)
John N. Akers Special assistant to Billy Graham, Christianity Today, Board of Directors
John Ankerberg Council for National Policy (CNP) member
John Armstrong Revival and Reformation
D. A. Carson Research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Trinity Int'l. University/TIU) - ATS member
Keith Davy Campus Crusade for Christ
Maxie Dunnam Fifth President of Asbury Theological Seminary - ATS member
Timothy George Dean of Beeson Divinity School - ATS member, Christianity Today, Senior Advisor. George was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Scott Hafemann Faculty, Wheaton College, M.A. Fuller Theological Seminary - ATS member
Erwin Lutzer Senior Pastor, Moody Church in Chicago
Harold Myra Executive Chairman, Christianity Today International
David Neff Executive Editor, Christianity Today
Thomas Oden Former professor of theology Drew University - ATS member, contributing editor of Christianity Today. Oden was on the steering committee which wrote ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
J. I. Packer Regent College - ATS member, Christianity Today, Visiting Scholar. Packer was on the steering committee which wrote ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
R. C. Sproul Ligonier Ministries, visiting professor Knox Theological Seminary - ATS member (Knox was founded by D. James Kennedy, chancellor
John Woodbridge Trinity Evangelical Divinity School - ATS member, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor. Woodbridge was on the steering committee which wrote ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
C. Fitzsimmons Allison
J. Kirby Anderson President Probe Ministries, Kennedy Institute of Bioethics, visiting professor Dallas Theological Seminary - ATS member
Don Argue National Association of Evangelicals [affiliate of the World Evangelical Fellowship], Northwest College AOG
Kay Arthur Precept Ministries, Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer Committee
Myron S. Augsburger Chair in Theology at Eastern Mennonite Seminary - ATS member
Theodore Baehr CNP, Chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission, National Religious Broadcasters (affiliate of the NAE), served on the Communications Board of the National Council of Churches , attended Billy Graham's Amsterdam 2000, associated with John Ankerberg's Harbor Lighthouse
Joel Belz CEO of God's World Publications, which publishes World magazine. Marvin Olasky, credited as originator of "faith-based" Welfare Reform concept is member of the World Journalism Institute with Belz.
Henri Blocher Faculté Libre de Théologie Evangélique in Vaux-sur-Seine, France
Donald G. Bloesch President, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary
Scott Bolinder Executive Vice President & Publisher of Zondervan Publishing House
Gerald Bray Anglican Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University - ATS member, author with InterVarsity Press.
Bray was on the steering committee for ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Bill Bright CNP, Campus Crusade for Christ, Mission America's Lighthouse Movement. Bright was an official endorser of ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together) 1994 and was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Harold O. J. Brown Professor at both Reformed Theological Seminary and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School - both ATS members, Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity based at Trinity International University. Brown was on the steering committee that wrote ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
George Brushaber President, Bethel Theological Seminary - ATS member, Christianity Today, Executive Editor 1985-91
Peter Cha Faculty Trinity Evangelical Divinity School [TIU] - ATS member, Korean pastor of Parkwood Community Church, Chicago, author with InterVarsity
Daniel R. Chamberlain President, Houghton College and Lilly Fellow
Bryan Chapell President, Covenant Seminary
David K. Clark
Edmund Clowney Former president of Westminster Theological Seminary - ATS member, and author with InterVarsity Press
Robert Coleman Director of the School of World Missions and Evangelism at Trinity International University - ATS member, Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer Committee
Chuck Colson CNP, Prison Fellowship. Colson was on the steering committee which wrote ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1994 and on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Clyde Cook President of Biola - ATS member, formerly with Overseas Crusades
Lane T. Dennis
David S. Dockery President, Union University, author with InterVarsity Press
Stuart Epperson CNP, Salem Communications
Tony Evans Urban Alternatives - model for Faith-Based Welfare Reform
Jerry Falwell CNP, President, Liberty University
Sinclair Ferguson Scottish theologian, former professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary - ATS member, frequent speaker at Ligonier (R.C. Sproul) conferences
Dwight Gibson World Evangelical Fellowship, North American Council, Director
Wayne Grudem Trinity International University - ATS member
Stan N. Gundry Zondervan Publishing House
Brandt Gustavson NAE's Nat'l. Religious Broadcasters/ Alliance Defense Fund
Corkie Haan Lausanne/ Mission America network facilitator
Ben Haden Christianity Today, Board of Directors
B. Sam Hart
Bob Hawkins, Jr.
Jack W. Hayford Church on the Way, Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer Committee, Promise Keepers Board of Directors,
pastor to Paul and Jan Crouch, appearances on Trinity Broadcasting Network/TBN
Stephen A. Hayner President, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, which is under the umbrella of IFES/ International Fellowship of Evangelical Students
Roberta Hestenes Formerly at Fuller Theological Seminary - ATS member, World Vision Advisory Board, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor
R. Kent Hughes
Bill Hybels Willow Creek Community Church, World Vision Advisory Board
Kay Coles James CNP, Heritage Foundation, Focus on the Family Board of Directors
Arthur P. Johnston
Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
Kenneth Kantzer Founding academic dean of Trinity International. University Graduate School - ATS member
D. James Kennedy CNP, Reclaim America
Jay Kesler Former President and now chancellor, Taylor University, founding board member for Prison Ministry Fellowship [Chuck Colson], Christianity Today, Board of Directors, involved with the National Prayer Breakfast for the last 26 years, work with James Dobson’s Focus on the Family Institute, listed in "The Templeton Guide: Colleges that Encourage Character and Development" as one of the 50 college presidents who have exercised leadership in character development. The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities recently awarded Dr. Kesler with the title of Distinguished Senior Fellow.
In Ho Koh
Woodrow Kroll General director, Back to the Bible, speaker at The Cove (Billy Graham), and Steeling of the Mind [Chuck Missler-related] conferences
Beverly LaHaye Concerned Women for America; Council for National Policy (CNP) member
Tim LaHaye First president of Council for National Policy (CNP)
Richard Land Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. Land was on the steering committee which wrote ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together) 1994
Richard G. Lee
Duane Litfin President of Wheaton College
Crawford Loritts Campus Crusade for Christ, Promise Keepers speaker, Advisory Board of ECFA/ Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability
Max Lucado Pastor, Oak Hills Church of Christ and speaker at Promise Keepers. Lucado was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
John MacArthur President,
Grace Community Church, The Master's College and Seminary (TMC/TMS), The
Master's Academy International (TMAI). (John
President, Grace Community Church, The Master's College and Seminary (TMC/TMS), The Master's Academy International (TMAI). (John Macarthur Exposed)
Marlin Maddoux Council for National Policy (CNP) member
Bill McCartney Promise Keepers
David Melvin Former Vice President and C.O.O. of the National Association of Evangelicals/NAE (affiliate of the World Evangelical Fellowship), Total Living Network
Jesse Miranda AOG, Promise Keepers speaker, Associate Dean of Azusa Pacific University (where Ambassador College of the Worldwide Church of God shares facilities), faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary - ATS member, Christianity Today editorial staff. Miranda was on the steering committee which wrote ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together) 1994
Peter C. Moore Faculty, Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry - ATS member
T. M. Moore Chesapeake Theological Seminary. Moore was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Richard J. Mouw President of Fuller Theological Seminary - ATS member, Christianity Today, Consulting Editor. Mouw was an official endorser of ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1994 and was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Thomas J. Nettles Professor of Historical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary - ATS member
Roger Nicole Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary - ATS member, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor
Luis Palau Associate Member of the World Evangelical Fellowship]
Earl R. Palmer Christianity Today, Advsory Editor
Paul Pressler Council for National Policy (CNP) member
Pat Robertson CNP/Christian Broadcasting Network, Regent University - ATS member
Adrian Rogers Council for National Policy (CNP) member
John Rodgers Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry - ATS member. Rodgers was an official endorser of ECT I (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1994 and was on the steering committee of ECT II (Evangelicals and Catholics Together), 1997
Joseph F. Ryan
Ronald J. Sider Evangelicals for Social Action - receives grants from Pew Charitable Trusts, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor
Russell Spittler Theology professor and Provost of Fuller Theological Seminary - ATS member, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor
James J. Stamoolis Executive Director, World Evangelical Fellowship/WEF Theological Commission 1998-2001, President , Graduate School, Wheaton College
Charles F. Stanley
Brian Stiller President Tyndale Seminary - ATS member
John Stott Author of the Lausanne Covenant, V.P. of IFES International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (umbrella to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/URBANA), Christianity Today, Contributing Editor
Joseph Stowell President, Moody Bible Institute, Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer Committee, Christianity Today, Corresponding Editor, speaker at Promise Keepers
Stephen Strang Charisma Magazine, New Man Magazine (associated with Promise Keepers), Lausanne Prayer Track Committee (C. Peter Wagner, Chair)
Charles Swindoll Insight for Living, President of Dallas Theological Seminary - ATS member, speaker at Promise Keepers
Joni Eareckson Tada Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer Committee
Thomas E. Trask General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God
Augustin B. Vencer, Jr. International Director, World Evangelical Fellowship/WEF
Paul L. Walker General Overseer Church of God Cleveland, Tennessee. Pastor Emeritus Mount Paran Church of God Atlanta
John F. Walvoord Chancellor Dallas Theological Seminary - ATS member
Raleigh Washington Vice President of Reconciliation for Promise Keepers, Doctor of Divinity at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School [TIU] - ATS member and founder of Rock Church (EFCA-Evangelical Free Church of America denomination, as is TIU.
Greg Waybright President of Trinity International University - ATS member
David F. Wells Professor, Gordon-Conwell University - ATS member
Luder Whitlock President Reformed Theological Seminary - ATS member
Bruce H. Wilkinson Walk Through the Bible; Bruce Wilkinson is the author of the popular book, The Prayer of Jabez. [See the WTTB President's Council. Note WTTB junket to the world class casino resort, The Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas.]
David K. Winter President, Westmont College, CA
Ravi Zacharias Associate Member of World Evangelical Fellowship/WEF
Promotion of EC in Christianity Today, June 14, 1999
David Neff, Executive Editor
A Call to Evangelical Unity
Click for signatories at end of page.
Funding for publishing this special supplement, a part of CHRISTIANITY TODAY's Evangelical Doctrinal Renewal Project, was provided in part by the Lilly Endowment.
This page found on Gary Kah’s website: http://WWW.garykah.ORG/HTML/HFTWC.HTML
[click on - left column]
Since the release of his first book Gary has appeared on more than 700 television and radio talk shows, including programs such as: Point -of- View [Marlin Maddoux, CNP], For the People, It's a New Day (Canada), Crosstalk, Beverly LaHaye Live [CNP], Voice of America, CBN Radio and Television [Pat Robertson, CNP], Messianic Vision,* WMCA-New York, Religion in the News (CBS), This Week in Bible Prophecy (Peter & Paul Lalonde**) and other major network affiliates.
These interviews have been seen or heard by an estimated 40-50 million "different " people in the United States, Canada and Europe; with millions of additional people being reached elsewhere via overseas telecasts.
*Messianic Vision http://www.sidroth.org/ - web site markets tallits, and shofars.
Features an article by Michael Brown, a Messianic Jew, formerly at Brownsville Assembly of God.
**Peter and Paul LaLonde -- "…This Week in Bible Prophecy,…aired on TBN. They also have appeared on Praise the Lord numerous times."
Paul La Londe is producer of the movie "Left Behind", based on the book series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins.
Gary has spoken at more than 300 churches, conventions, universities and other functions in North America; and has been invited to do speaking tours in Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Gary has been a featured speaker at: the Chicago National Day of Prayer Ceremonies* (James & Shirley Dobson, CNP), the North American Gold Conference, the annual God's News Behind the News Bible Prophecy Conference, and the Concerned Women for America National Convention (LaHayes, CNP) in Washington D.C.
*Ed Note: The National Day of
Prayer [Dobson] is an initiative of Lausanne/Mission America's National Prayer
Gary has delivered talks at both public and private institutions of higher learning as diverse as Purdue University and Calvary Chapel Bible College.
Gary has been a guest speaker at churches of various denominational backgrounds throughout the United States, Canada and the U.K. ranging from Missionary Alliance and Wesleyan Churches, to Southern Baptist, Assembly of God, and Independent Community Churches. Some of the churches where he has spoken include the following:
Hope For The World has held city-wide meetings in Seattle, Milwaukee, Chicago, Minneapolis, Green Bay and other locations in conjunction with various community and church groups. More than 2,000 people have attended some of these functions to be informed and challenged by Gary's message.
Gary has been invited to participate in both public and media organized debates on the subject of global governance. The most recent example is of a debate with former two-term U.S. Senator, Mike Gravel, regarding his involvement in promoting the Philadelphia II Initiative... Gravel's organization, One-World, is the primary sponsor of the initiative. The debate was organized by WYLL Radio of Chicago.
Gary has also testified at hearings before members of the Indiana State Legislature regarding a bill calling for a Conference of the States, and has briefed members of the “Council on National Policy” (Nashville-1995).* In 1995 Gary was also invited by a gubernatorial candidate to run as Lieutenant Governor of Indiana.
Kah has probably attended more
than one Council for National Policy meeting. According to one researcher who
heard Kah interviewed on Henry Feinberg's radio call-in program [late 1990s],
Kah volunteered the fact that he has been a presenter at more than just one CNP
meeting. When the researcher called in to the program and asked for
clarification/questions about the CNP, the program went to a commercial break
with the assurance of answering her questions as soon as the interview resumed.
However, after the break the discussion moved on to another topic without
addressing the researcher's questions.
I personally wrote to Gary Kah on two occasions––October 1997 and again in 1998––asking if he had exposed the CNP in his writing and offering to pay for anything he could send. The first time I received only advertising for Kah’s Hope for the World newsletter and there was no response to the second request.
The Council for National Policy is a 500+ member consortium of globalists, cults, secret societies, subversive organizations, corporate enterprise and evangelical ministries. Membership of the CNP is comprised of high profile evangelical leaders who establish “conservative” policies and the evangelical agenda in collaboration with Knights of Malta, Opus Dei, Freemasons, Moonies, CFR members, Klu Klux Klan officials, former Nazis and Nazi collaborators, neo-Nazis, Roman Catholics, and members of the Eugenics societies. For understanding of the globalist character of this organization, the reader is referred to the following in-depth reports:
Charles H. Kendall Jr., Ph.D., advisor to Protecting Marriage, Inc. [PA], commented on the nature of the CNP: “With secret, unpublicized meetings, and no stated mission or agenda for public benefit, the CNP strikes us as a domestic variant of the Bilderbergers, another extremely powerful and secret group of world leaders, recently described in TIME magazine. And if the CNP meets in secret and performs no public educational or charitable works, how can it maintain 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status?”
• What is Kah saying today about having attended the lavish and very private CNP gatherings?
• Is Kah speaking out publicly against the Council for National Policy…at last?
• Is he continuing to write articles for John Ankerberg's [CNP] Harbor Lighthouse? [See below]
Gary publishes his own regular newsletter 'Hope For The World Update' and is a regular contributor to the Ankerberg Theological Research Institute website (Ankerberg, CNP).
Gary was a featured guest in the video "Final Warning," produced by Peter Lalonde and Grant Jeffrey,* as well as "The New World Order" produced by Lighthouse Communications. Additional video tapes of Gary's presentations at major conventions and city-wide meetings are also available.
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Grant Jeffrey wrote the foreword to Gary Kah's most recent book The New World Religion and he markets it on his Prophecy On Line web site.
Jeffrey promotes the Bible Codes as being "scientific and authoritative" –– The Mysterious Bible Codes, The Signature of God and its sequel, The Handwriting of God, Sacred Mysteries of the Bible.
Jeffrey was Hal Lindsey's guest on Lindsey's Saturday morning radio call-in program [late 90's] discussing the Bible codes. He said that Princess Diana and her fatal accident… even Paul and Jan Crouch and TBN were found in the Bible codes!! Jeffrey even claims that the “Oklahoma bombing” is encoded. He writes, “In the face of an unrelenting attack on the authority of the Scriptures, God made provision in the form of additional scientific evidence that could challenge this modern assault on the Bible.” Jeffrey markets Bible and Torah Code Software Programs on his web site.
• Van Impe Ministries
• TBN [Paul and Jan Crouch]
• Gospel Communications Network [Chairman is Rich DeVos of Amway who funds the CNP]
• NRB (National Religious Broadcasters)
[Affiliate of the National Association of Evangelicals/NAE, which is under the umbrella of the World Evangelical Fellowship/WEF]
Kah was featured at God's News Behind the News Prophecy Conference [Feb. 2001] with Jeffery, and Yacov Ramsel, a Messianic Rabbi who heads Messianic Ministries, Inc. Ramsel was interviewed last year by TBN's Ben Kinchlow about his book the Genesis Factor. Ramsel also made the claim that Paul and Jan Crouch were found in the Bible codes.
Those Ridiculous Bible Codes!
Using the ELS (Equidistant Letter Sequencing) computer program, Ramsel is considered a Bible Code authority:
“Those who are ‘wise’ and who have observed the accuracy of ELS (especially when it is decoded by Yacov Ramsel) will realize the absolute seriousness of the above dated, prophetic ELS warnings. Because of their life and death ramifications, they have likewise been checked and verified as accurate by Mr. Ramsel.”
Now proceed to the web site where this quote is found for an example of Bible Codes gone haywire:
What are the Bible Codes really? The introduction of so-called Bible Codes to Christians is nothing less than the mainstreaming of Jewish mysticism in the Christian Church. By applying various types of Kabbalistic gematria and numerology to the Bible, heretical interpretations of Scripture are purveyed under the guise of teaching the “Hebrew Roots” of Christianity. For more information on the Bible Codes, aka Jewish gematria, please see the following articles:
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STREAMS OF LIFE
Nancy Missler - Credits Henrietta Meares (Fuller Theological Seminary) with helping her to become a Christian: http://www.khouse.org/misslers.html
Dr. Renald Showers
Dr. Tom Figart
Dr. Michael Stallard
Dr. Robert Thomas
Dr. Will Varner
Dr. Tommy Ice - Speaker at Steeling of the Mind Conferences (Missler-related)
Rev. Sam Harris
Dr. Randall Price - World of the Bible
“Dr. J. Randall Price serves as our Director ...
He is a Th.M. graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary [ATS member] and graduate study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.”
World of the Bible Board of Reference
Dr. John Walvoord - Chancellor, Dallas Theological Seminary - ATS member
Dr. H. Willmington - Vice President, Liberty University [Jerry Falwell, CNP]
Dr. John Ankerberg - The John Ankerberg Show [CNP]
Dr. Tim LaHaye - President, Family Life Seminars [CNP]
Dr. Dave Breese- Christian Destiny [CNP]
Dr. Steve Sullivan
Dr. James Van Dyke
Rev. Jim Davis
Mrs. Nancy Missler - Credits Henrietta Meares [Fuller Theological Seminary] with her conversion to Christianity
Mr. Gary Kah <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Mr. Craig Branch - EMNR Board Member
• Evangelical Ministries to New Relgions [EMNR] requires signing of the Lausanne Covenant for membership
• Craig Branch has been published in the Watchman Expositor, Vantage Point, Christian Research Institute Journal (CRI)
• CRI’s president, Hank Hanegraff, promotes Chuck Colson (CNP) and the Spiritual Counterfeit Journal (SCP)
• Tal Brook of SCP is personal friends with:
• George Verwer of the Lausanne/Operation Mobilization and
• Lindsay Brown of International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES)
IFES serves as umbrella to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and New Man Magazine (Promise Keepers).
Dr. John Weldon - Speaker at EMNR Conferences. Collaborates with Ankerberg
Dr. John Ankerberg - Council for National Policy member
Mr. Jim McCarthy
Mr. Mike Gendron
Mr. Greg Durel
Carlos Tomas Knott
Dr. James Bjornstad - EMNR Board/requires Lausanne Covenant
Dr. Norman Geisler
Mrs. Lori MacGregor - Has made videos with Pat Matriciana/Jeremiah Films [CNP]
Mr. Marvin Cowan
VERSE BY VERSE
Dr. Wayne Barber
Dr. Ted Baehr - Council for National Policy, attended Billy Graham's Amsterdam 2000
Dr. Tom Snyder
Watchman Fellowship is an affiliate organization to EMNR [Evangelical Ministries to New Religions]. Bob Waldrep, the Executive Director of EMNR is the Watchman Fellowship Alabama State Director. John Morehead is one of the twelve board members for EMNR.
"Watchman Fellowship is a nonprofit educational organization headquartered in Arlington, Texas, with additional offices in Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. Watchman Fellowship is an apologetics and discernment ministry that provides research and evaluation on cults, the occult, and new religious movements from a traditional Christian perspective."
The following are clips from the profiles of a few of the staff members at Watchman fellowship:
James Walker, the president of Watchman Fellowship, is a former fourth generation Mormon…
Rev. Walker holds a BA in Biblical Studies and an MA in Theology (Summa cum Laude) from The Criswell College in Dallas… He is an ordained Baptist minister and a member of the Society for the Study of Alternative Religions,* Evangelical Ministries to New Religions, and the Evangelical Press Association.*
Note: The following web page illustrates the ties EMNR has to other parallel organizations as illustrated in this joint meeting with three other organizations:
"Representatives of the Evangelical Missiological Society,* the Evangelical Theological Society, the Society for the Study of Alternative Religions and Evangelical Ministries to New Religions met in Nashville to discuss the challenge of new religious movements to world evangelism, and to lay a foundation for future dialogue and cooperation."
Contact given for EMS: Rich Poll of Apologia -- firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Officers at Evangelical Missiological Society
EMS President - Kenneth B. Mulholland, Columbia International University Seminary - ATS member*
EMS Executive V.P. Tom Steffen, Biola University - ATS member
EMS V.P. Publications Kenneth Gill - Billy Graham Center
EMS V.P. Membership/Finance - Elizabeth Lightbody, Moody Bible Institute
EMS Regional V.P. Southeast - Enoch Wan, Reformed Theological Seminary - ATS member
*ATS member = member of Association of Theological Schools
Rich Poll [Board of Directors EMNR] worked previously at CRI [Hank Hanegraff]. Poll's wife Pamela serves on the Board of Directors of Apologia with others who worked previously at CRI - Paul Carden and Ron Rhodes. She recently received a 2000 Award for Excellence from Evangelical Press Association for her work as art director at Navigators/NavPress.
[returning to Watchman President James Walker…]
In addition to network television, Rev. Walker has been interviewed as an authority on alternative religions and cults on numerous nationwide Christian radio programs. These include Truths that Transform with Dr. D. James Kennedy's [CNP], Hope for the Heart, with June Hunt, OpenLine with Kirby Anderson [Probe Ministries] on the Moody Broadcasting Network, and Marlin Maddoux's Point of View [CNP]. He also hosted a video training program on witnessing to Mormons for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association [Lausanne].
Alabama State Director
He also currently serves as executive director of Evangelical Ministries to New Religions (EMNR) an umbrella organization of Christian discernment and apologetic organizations similar to Watchman Fellowship.
Missionary / Researcher
Dick Baer is a former Mormon Melchizedek priest who is considered to be one of the leading Christian authorities on the Mormon faith. After leaving the Mormon Church and becoming a Christian, Mr. Baer founded Ex-Mormons and Christian Alliance (EMCA), an evangelical Christian ministry reaching out to Mormons with the true gospel. EMCA recently merged with TruthQuest Institute.* Dick began full-time Christian ministry in 1981 and has given over 2,500 presentations in approximately 2,000 churches throughout the US and internationally. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah with a B.S. in sociology.
Note: TruthQuest is a member of EMNR and therefore is a signatory of the Lausanne Covenant.
In 1982, he began graduate studies at Birmingham Theological Seminary (BTS). While at BTS Don met Craig Branch* who was in the process of launching Watchman fellowship's Birmingham office. Don began working with Craig in a support staff roll speaking in churches and reaching out to those involved in cults and false doctrine.
…in 1988 he completed degree Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS)- ATS member
Note: Craig Branch is no longer listed as a staff member of Watchman Fellowship, however, he is on the Board of Directors for EMNR.
…In 1995 he moved to Chicago, Illinois where he is now the director of the Illinois office. His ministry includes personal witnessing, corresponding, evangelism training, street preaching and consultation
Tim is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Bible Theology. He plans to pursue a graduate degree at Wheaton Graduate School.
Missionary / Researcher
John is a former member of the Reorganized Latter-day Saints. He has over ten years of experience in researching, writing and teaching on cults and various new religious movements. John is an adjunct faculty member at Capital Bible College, does substitute teaching at Trinity Life Bible College, both in Sacramento, CA, and is a board member for Evangelical Ministries to New Religions.
… The son of a Seventh-day Adventist minister, he received parts of his education in SDA parochial schools. Rejecting that whole system, he delved briefly into Scientology, then spent three years involved with Vedanta (a strain of Hinduism, and foundational to the philosophy of the New Age Movement). After praying about the Book of Mormon he received a spiritual “testimony” of its truthfulness which he (mistakenly) believed was from the Holy Ghost. He accepted Mormonism as true and was baptized into the Mormon church, in which he was a devout believer for ten years.
He served in numerous callings in both the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods of Mormonism. As a “temple Mormon,” he did work for the dead in five different Mormon temples. He also served as a Mormon missionary in France and Switzerland. He was given an “honorable release” from his mission four months early, after asking the mission president questions on Mormon doctrine and history.
Timothy left Mormonism in June, 1981, and was born again as a Christian three months later. In 1984 he began missionary outreach to Mormons in Arizona, hosting a half-hour radio broadcast called “The Mormon Question.” In 1986 two Arizona churches sent him as a missionary to Utah. In 1988 he joined Watchman Fellowship and served as the Utah Director for more than seven years before moving to join the headquarters staff in Arlington, Texas.
… He also served on the Elder Board at the Evangelical Free Church of Salt Lake City, where for years he taught a Sunday school class on understanding and evangelizing Mormons.
…He is now responsible for evangelism equipping seminars at Watchman’s Arlington office, and also teaches in churches, colleges and universities. He is Director of Research Services, responsible for maintaining Watchman’s voluminous library and files. He oversees annual missions projects in the U.S., especially in Utah…
Alabama State Director
…He also currently serves as executive director of Evangelical Ministries to New Religions (EMNR) an umbrella organization of Christian discernment and apologetic organizations similar to Watchman Fellowship.
… he serves as Ministries Coordinator in Watchman's Alabama office. …Bob has been tasked with developing and designing training and educational curricula. [emphasis added]
In this Dialog with Hank series, you will be encouraged and enlightened as Joseph Tkach and Greg Albrecht speak candidly about the transformation of the Worldwide Church of God from the kingdom of the cults to the kingdom to Christ. Abandoned are false doctrines and practices such as the denial of the Trinity and mandatory triple tithing. In their place is a sincere and absolute commitment to Scripture and salvation through faith in Jesus Christ alone. 3 cassette tapes.
“Throughout 1995 and 1996, Ruth Tucker and Hank Hanegraaff were publicizing their deceptive propagandist publications and writings supporting the Worldwide Church of God. They should be hailed as the chief architects of the New Age WCG transformation of ‘God’s great plan’ for transforming the cult to a Christian Church. Without Hanegraaff and Tucker, the WCG conglomerate would not have been a bride made ready for Billy Graham and team. It would not have been possible to join hand in hand with Promise Keepers, work with Chuck Colson’s Prison Ministries, sell and market Pat Boone videos, or to occupy various seats on National Association for Evangelical (NAE). Tucker and Hanegraaff took the lead in publishing WCG history revision and absolute propaganda into the mainstream community.”
October 2, 1995—Christianity Today
The Road To Orthodoxy—David Neff
“CT readers will be glad to know that they [WCG] are no longer considered among the harlot daughters of the Great Whore. But how will we respond? Sadly, Christians outside the WCG have been suspicious and slow to extend the right hand of fellowship. (A few leaders have been helpful, WCG leaders say: Hank Hanegraaff of the Christian Research Institute and Ruth Tucker of Trinity International University, for example; and faculty from Regent College, Fuller Seminary, and Azusa Pacific University have also helped inform the transition.”
Hank Hanegraaff of Christian Research Institute, James Walker and Phil Arnn of Watchman Fellowship, Ruth Tucker of Trinity Evangelical University, Michael Kellner and Larry Neff of Christianity Today were among the most prominent mouthpieces for the WCG publicity campaign during the past five years. Watchman Fellowship conducted WCG update seminars in `94, `95 and `96 at the Evangelical Conference. Each seminar message propelled the WCG effort and propaganda into the ears of smaller Christian ministries and Evangelicals whose only venue to what was happening in the WCG was through the mouths of these main groups and spokespersons for the WCG. Hank Hanegraaff extended the WCG media blitz, as he claimed his own fame as the hero who guided the cult to orthodoxy and marketed that message as a money producer for his own agenda. Ruth Tucker claimed her fame through error-punctuated articles in popular Christian magazines. LA Times Religion writer, Larry B. Stammer, proved himself a pawn in the game as he honored the tailored press releases delivered to him directly by the WCG spin-doctors. He printed the party line-without question.3
See article in July 15, 1996 issue of Christianity Today with Hanegraaff’s words:
“Acceptance into mainstream evangelicalism has come slowly—and there has been, in some instances, opposition, largely from ‘cult-watching groups’ that, in the words of Joseph Tkach, Jr., ‘made the journey ten times more difficult.’
“But there have been exceptions. Hank Hanegraaff of the Christian Research Institute, successor to the late Walter Martin on The Bible Answer Man broadcast, speaks with a different voice: ‘Rather than developing hurdles for these guys to jump over, our job is to facilitate the process.’ In a recent radio interview with Tkach, Jr., and Albrecht, Hanegraaff introduced them as ‘brothers in the Lord.’
“D. James Kennedy, senior minister of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida, says: ‘This is the most astonishing change that I have ever seen or heard of in any religious group, for which I, for one, praise God.’”
NOTE: Removed from Hank Hanegraaff’s Biography on the CRI website:
“He was later discipled under the ministry of Dr. D. James Kennedy and served as a staff member of Dr. Kennedy's Evangelism Explosion International. Hank went on to become the director of the Personal Witness Training Program (which he developed) at Dr. Paul Walker's 10,000 member Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Georgia, and served as a faculty member of the Development Association for Christian Institutions.”
See original biography of Hank Hanegraaff, below.
Excerpt from letter from Hanegraaff to his supporters, dated April 13, 1998:
“You see -- Millennial Madness [video] was produced by an arm of a former cult called the Worldwide Church of God. Their magazine, The Plain Truth, was once so fixated on ‘prediction addiction’that I used to refer to them tongue-in-cheek as ‘Armageddon Incorporated.’ But then something extraordinary happened. The leaders of the Worldwide Church of God were marvelously transformed by the gospel of God's grace. I praise God that the Christian Research Institute and the Bible Answer Man broadcast played a part in this miraculous transformation.”
“When questioned as to his own personal salvation experience, Tkach replied ‘Everyone has his own experience. Many of us came to Christ in the Worldwide Church. Herbert Armstrong, in spite of errors he taught, had a high view of Scripture.’…
“A statement issued by the WWCG leaders declared ‘We believe our journey out of the world of cults, unbiblical teaching and legalism into the mainstream of the body of Christ can help us minister to others, helping them to avoid similar pitfalls.’
“However, when examining the WWCG doctrinal statement, one has trouble considering it to be an Evangelical, much less Fundamentalist, statement on basic doctrine-especially, the Scriptures. They offered the Bible as ‘the fully reliable record of God's revelation to humanity.’ One can ask if the Bible is ‘God's revelation to humanity’ or is it just a ‘record’ of it? A reliable record to tell us about God’s revelation is not the same as God’s revelation. A Fundamentalist would declare that ‘the Bible is God's revelation of His Person, His works, and His will for humanity.’” [source: American Council of Christian Churches, NRB Annual Convention, 1997]
Hanegraaff serves as president and chairman of the board of the
California-based Christian Research Institute International (CRI). He also
hosts CRI's Bible Answer Man program, which is broadcast daily across
the United States and Canada.
Raised as a member of the Christian Reformed Church, Hank came to faith in Jesus Christ as a result of examining the scientific evidence for creation, the resurrection of Jesus, and the inspiration of Scriptures. He was later discipled under the ministry of Dr. D. James Kennedy and served as a staff member of Dr. Kennedy's Evangelism Explosion International. Hank went on to become the director of the Personal Witness Training Program (which he developed) at Dr. Paul Walker's 10,000 member Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Georgia, and served as a faculty member of the Development Association for Christian Institutions.
CRI's founder, Dr. Walter Martin, personally selected Hank to succeed him as president of CRI - a careful choice demonstrating that a committed layman, showing himself approved by studying and correctly handling the Word of God (2 Timothy 2:15), can effectively reach out to those trapped by false religious systems and beliefs.
Dr. Martin insisted that Hank present himself as a layman rather than a "credentialed" expert to prove that, as Hank puts it, "If I can do it, anyone can!" Hank points out that, "This is not the day of the priest, but the priesthood of all believers - a day when all members of the body of Christ need to be equipped to share and defend the gospel once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3).
When Dr. Martin selected Hank as the leader who would take CRI into the decade of the 1990s and beyond, he said, "Hank personifies the next phase of development for CRI and is uniquely equipped through his dynamic leadership abilities, knowledge of God's Word, and teaching ability to make sound biblical apologetics a simple yet effective tool in the hands of the laity. His success as a businessman, strategic planner, author and speaker have equipped him to lead the ministry of the Christian Research Institute aggressively into the future and to build on the work that I, by God's grace, began."
Hank founded Memory Dynamics which utilized memory techniques designed to prepare Christians to communicate effectively (1) what they believe, (2) why they believe it, and (3) where non-Christian and pseudo-Christian groups deviate from historic Christianity so that believers are always ready to give an answer - a reason for the hope that lies within them with gentleness and respect (1 Peter 3:15).
Hank is heard daily as host of the nationally syndicated Bible Answer Man radio program. He is the author of Counterfeit Revival, a Silver Medallion winner and Christianity in Crisis, a Gold Medallion winner by the Evangelical Christian Publisher's Association. Hank's recent book, The F.A.C.E. that Demonstrates the Farce of Evolution, was released in early October, 1998. Other books which he has written include Personal Witness Training: Your Handle on the Great Commission and Memory Dynamics: Your Untapped Resource for Spiritual Growth. He is also a regular contributor to The Christian Research Journal and The Plain Truth Magazine. Among his recent media appearances are interviews with Peter Jennings, on ABC television, and Larry King Live, on CNN television. A popular conference speaker, he has addressed churches, schools and businesses worldwide.
Hank lives in Southern California with his wife, Kathy and their eight children, Michelle, Katie, David, John Mark, Hank Jr., Christina, Paul and Faith.