J.R. Church was a ravingly, frothingly mad fundie who “has a passion for discovering the deeper truths in the Word,” which means that Church peddled the delectable combination of hardcore Taliban fanaticism with hardcore conspiracy theories that might have made even Alex Jones pause (though his companion Gary Stearman has actually appeared on, you guessed it, the Alex Jones show). As a matter of fact, Church appears to have passed away relatively recently, though we decided to include the entry anyway given that his stalwart companion and faithful disciple Gary Stearman is still promoting the madness.
Among Church’s numerous books you’ll find such gems as Hidden Prophecies in the Psalms, Guardians of the Grail: And the Men Who Plan to Rule the World, Hidden Prophecies in the Song Of Moses, and Daniel Reveals the Bloodline of the Antichrist. Guardians of the Grail is his most famous one. In it Church explored the legend of the Holy Grail and deluded himself into imagining links between the Knights Templar, Priory of Sion, the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, House of Theosophy, and modern Mormonism. The book also discusses the way mankind will be deceived into accepting worldwide enslavement under the guise of “peace and prosperity” by the Antichrist and his establishment.
With Gary Stearman (author of the probably fascinating Time Travelers of the Bible: How Hebrew Prophets Shattered the Barriers of Time-Space) Church used to run the website Prophecy in the News (also a magazine), where you can read about the 200 fallen angels that according to the Book of Enoch descended to the top of Mt. Hermon before Noah’s flood – these corrupt angels entered Earth through a “space portal” and proceeded to pollute the human genome, and they are connected to the UFO crash in Roswell. The website also offers you some astrology under the title “the Gospel in the Stars”. Bob Ulrich’s book reviews are also interesting if you ever considered paying them a visit.
In the August 2011 issue, for instance, you can read about Stearman’s UFO experiences, followed by “What does the Bible say about UFOs”. I’m not sure any commentary is needed.
Here’s J.R. Church raving on the “Blood Moon Eclipse”, together with our old friend Mark Biltz,
Diagnosis: Ravingly insane, both of them. Probably relatively harmless when push comes to shove, however.
Very much like the "Church of The Blind Chihuahua"ReplyDelete
I did go to high school with Jerry (Lubbock HS).
He was always proselytizing even back then.
It's good to hear about consistency in a public figure who often falls under criticism from people who have no idea what they are talking about.Delete
Actually, they have great insight.ReplyDelete
2 Corinthians 4:4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.
So your criterion for being a "loon" is to be a well-read, Bible believing Christian? How sad and shallow you are.ReplyDelete
This may interest you. Modern day EnochReplyDelete
The ultimate UFO-Bible connection story from a modern day Enoch. It provides the background and rationale for all other historical and biblical "encounters" as well as those continuing today. The books reveal the reasons. The elegance of the truth is stunning!
The reality is that things are going to change quickly soon. I am wondering how long it will take you to notice. Read John 3:19-21. I believe that is you.ReplyDelete
This seems like a list of people you don't like because of your emotional passions or beliefs rooted in childhood abuse. It is still interesting to read a diary of a dysfunctional writer, however, so keep it up.ReplyDelete