FALSE CHRIST COMING: Does Anybody Care? Book
What New Age Leaders Really Have in Store For America, The Church, And The World.
By Warren Smith
“While men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat.” (Matt.13:25)
Many church leaders believe that Antichrist is alive and well and in the world today. But what is being left out of the discussion is how this coming false “Christ” has already mainstreamed his New Age Gospel and New Spirituality into the world and into the church. Using best-selling books and authors that have been popularized by media favorites like Oprah Winfrey and Larry King, the mystical teachings of this false New Age “Christ” state:
- A crucified Christ has no meaning.
- Humanity saves itself by recognizing its own divinity – the “God” and “Christ” within
- The only “Satan” is not believing that man is “God”.
- World peace will be attained by eliminating Biblical Christianity and all of its followers.
- A deadly “selection process” will be instituted as part of Antichrist’s final solution.
Just as Hitler telegraphed his plans in Mein Kampf, so Antichrist has telegraphed his plans through his designated false teachers. Author Warren B. smith is a former follower of the New Age “Christ”. False Christ Coming – Does Anybody Care? describes the deceptive teachings that undergird Antichrist’s deceptive Peace Plan. This book is a wake-up call to a church that remains strangely silent and in deep denial about the very deception that Jesus warned would come in His name (Matthew 24: 3-5). Become aware of what’s happening, and then warn your friends and family (2 Corinthians 2:11).
Warren B Smith (B.A. University of Pennsylvania; M.S.W. Tulane University) – A community social worker who was formerly involved in the New Age movement. He has served as a program coordinator for people with special needs, directed several; homeless programs, and has worked as a Hospice social worker in New Orleans and on the California coast. Warren has written extensively on the subject of spiritual deception and has spoken on radio, television, and at seminars and conferences.