WE ARE honored to present another special interview recorded live during the Future Congress on Emerging Threats and Challenges 2011 in Branson, Missouri. Our guest is Dr. Chuck Missler, founder of Koinonia House Ministries, a man with a successful track record in business who has applied his intellect to discerning what scripture tells us about the universe in which we live.
Chuck explains why he calls the Bible an integrated message system from outside our time domain, discusses the links between the UFO phenomenon and the angelic rebellion against God, offers his analysis of what’s ahead geopolitically, and talks about a startling bit of prophecy tucked away in the book of Amos.
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So its okay for Christian to deceive another person, as long as its done in Christ name. You guys were fawning all of this guy like hes a rock star and of course you got to sell, sell those books.
You have both lost what was left your credibility.
Excuse me? We didn’t have anything for sale in Branson. Who exactly was deceived and how?
These 2 Folks are sincere, no matter if you may disagree on subject matter, or conclusions drawn.
To attack them in this way is both unwarranted, and inaccurate, in addition to being mean-spirited.
If you have nothing better to do than to spew nonsense randomly, “My Gosh”, it
may be beneficial to pray. His name is Jesus. He will listen…even to you.
I think I know what My Gosh meant by deceiving others. It was probably when Chuck was asking the man writing the forward not to write it like he was a Christian. I LOVE Chuck’s stuff, but that also made me wince a little.
Just because you write a foreward to appeal to non Christians so they will buy the book, is not being deceptive,it is a marketing tool.The majority of the book was written from a secular perspective and the at the end the Christian perspective was then given. Most UFO followers refuse to even look at another possability,Chuck wanted them to read the book and the come to a conclusion and not reject it out of hand. He didn’t write that it wasn’t a Christian book,that would obviously be a lie and deceptive,he just didn’t overtly emphasize the Christian conclusion and summation of the facts. I know your point and it is a fine line,but I don’t think it was deceptive,no one says you have to put everything about the book in the forward.