Reading a book about conspiracy theory in the midst of the pandemic might be weird for some. However, when you open your Facebook, scroll a bit and you’ll see some stuff that are made for X-Files or The Twilight Zone? Conspiracy theory didn’t take a day off in a world fighting against a virus. Instead they are having a field day into our favorite social media. I’m glad that an author, in the midst of the pandemic (which might be weird for some) wrote something to keep people sane about it and offers biblical insights on handling conspiracy theory.
From the book cover and interior design you might dismiss that the author is into UFO or X-Files (or you might hear it’s theme as you read the book) . However, Conspiracy Theory by Douglas Van Dorn, is not a book just trying to dazzle you with aesthetics of the book but lacks content. You might be concern that this book maybe full of conspiracy stuff that will turn you off. Well its not. The content here is really really good. I don’t know if there is another book out in the market that has this kind of subject, but you can’t go wrong in picking up Conspiracy Theory.
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In the few days, the Tagalog version of Coronavirus and Christ written by John Piper will be release for free distribution. The members of the translation team are all excited to share this resource for the Filipino church. Kindly continue to pray for us as we start doing the audiobook version.
Anyways, here’s some quotes from the book, Conspiracy Theory by Doug Van Dorn published by Waters of Creation Publishing. If you like these quotes, please download the book by clicking here.
“The ultimate conspiracy of men is to try to somehow overturn the Father’s rule through the Lord Jesus Christ.”
“We learn that often times, especially when a conspiracy theory seems to put oneself at the center of harm’s way, it is often caused not by someone else, but by oneself. We learn that it is easy to become entangled in an increasingly dark and sinister world of collusion and sedition where everyone is out to get
you. We learn that our minds start to more easily listen to anything that will reinforce our already delusional beliefs. In short, we learn about some of the true dangers that can be associated
with conspiracy theories.”
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