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Secrets, plots & hidden agendas : what you don't know about conspiracy theories

Author: Paul T Coughlin
Publisher: Downers Grove, Ill. : InterVarsity Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"News of conspiracies has spread broadly by the Internet, radio talk shows and thriving publishing efforts. The theories are confirmed by some of the government's own declassified reports, by prominent leaders who public1y favor global government, and by interpretations of Bible prophecy and alleged Bible codes that predict such events."
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul T Coughlin
ISBN: 0830816240 9780830816248
OCLC Number: 39322349
Description: 226 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. Conspiracy Theories Are Everyone's Business --
2. The Global Not-So-New World Order Conspiracy --
3. The American Not-So-New World Order Conspiracy --
4. The Militia's Religious Impulse --
5. Old Lies on Life Support: The Jewish Conspiracy --
6. Big, Monolithic & Anti-Christian: The Media Conspiracy --
7. Conspiracies from Both Right & Left --
8. A Healthy View of End-Times Prophecy --
9. Why Conspiracy Theories Are So Prevalent & Attractive --
10. Toward a Solution --
Postscript: A Likely Scenario for How This Will End.
Other Titles: Secrets, plots, and hidden agendas
Conspiracy theories
Responsibility: Paul T. Coughlin.

Abstract:

"News of conspiracies has spread broadly by the Internet, radio talk shows and thriving publishing efforts. The theories are confirmed by some of the government's own declassified reports, by prominent leaders who public1y favor global government, and by interpretations of Bible prophecy and alleged Bible codes that predict such events."

"But what is the truth? Is there substantial counterevidence, or does the weight of data confirm the conspiracies? In this book Paul Coughlin summarizes the main ideas conspiracy theorists have about a one-world government well as the role of the media, end-times teachings and the Jewish community. He uncovers the facts about secret plots and the reasons that so many people believe them to be true. This objective and comprehensive survey offers clear data and a compelling analysis of the truth about conspiracy theories."--Jacket.

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