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GOD AGAINST US: ALIEN SPACEMAN JESUS, THEWORLD TRADE CENTER ATTACK ANDMOREAlvinMiller (1986)http://www.angelfire.com/crazy/spaceman/
 
 
©1986 WEIRD ESCHATOLOGY: AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF THE SECOND COMINGASIN: 0961643501
 
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data:
 
Weird Eschatology: An Alternative View of the Second Coming
 
by Miller, Alvin.
 
Published in 1986, Last Things Press (Alexandria, Va. 22304)
 
By statement: Alvin Miller.
 
Language: English
 
Edition: 1st ed.
 
Format: Pbk.
 
Pagination: 52 p. : ill.
 
Notes: Discography: p. 48-50.
 
Filmography: p. 44-47.
 
Bibliography: p. 42-43.
 
ISBN 10: 0-9616435-0-1
 
LCCN: 86080018
 
Dewey: 236/.9
 
LC: BT823 .M55 1986
 
Genre: Religion, Christianity
 
Subject: Eschatology.
 
Mass media — Miscellanea.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
(Ctrl + Click on Chapters to Jump)
 
 
 What follows is an updated online version of my ©1986booklet WEIRD ESCHATOLOGY: AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF THE SECOND COMING(ISBN 0-9616435-0-1; Library of Congress Class. BT823.M55 2000z;Dewey Class. 236/.9 19; World Catalog OCLC No. 49632860; AmazonStandard Id. No.: 0961643501). By the time you finish, you mayconclude that this particular peculiar interpretation of the Book ofRevelation should be relegated to the teachings of self-appointedcranks, crackpots, prophets of doom and various other assortedfanatics. But perhaps, even so, your own view may be clarified whenyou read this. The first chapter deals with theology and may beslightly dull, but fasten your seatbelt, as I will get more and moreweird ahead (in terms of any interpretation you have seen before).Note that I make use of mostly unobtainable texts and obscure films.Lack of access to these sources should not impede your understandingof what follows. Also, to emphasize the ostensibly momentous issuesI am dealing with here, I capitalize the subject phrases I discuss.My site has been attacked repeatedly since the very minute I linkedto Christian sites. Don't shoot the messenger! You call yourselfChristian, so why do you resort to scurrilous, underhanded attacks?Where is your Christian charity? If what I have to say angers you,use my guestbook to list specific criticisms.(Return to TABLE OF CONTENTS)
 
CHAPTER ONEA PLAUSIBLE TIMETABLEAre you a Christian? Do you believe in the Second Coming atsome future date? Is it legitimate to construct timetables for thesefuture events?
 
Rhetorical questions such as these right off the bat may wellput you off. A major difficulty is that no consensus as to when andin what sequence these predicted events must take place. This topichas always been a particular source of schism and polemic. I will beproposing specific dates as numerous have in each generation beforeme. And as many have been before me, I can be refuted by the merepassage of time.
 
The majority view espoused by most evangelicals ispretribulational premillennalism, which I only partially agree with.I will point out that part of this view is in fact based on ahistorical novelty that only traces back to the nineteenth century.What I mean here is that in terms of the glacially slow movement oftheology (remember that the canon was finalized some two thousandyears ago), the majority view is a relatively recent innovation.

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