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Does KJV Onlyism Have a Big Deal for You? By Albert McIlhenny
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The strange beliefs of KJV Onlyists occasionally spread when new platforms give their ridiculous claims and pseudohistories a hearing. A new attempt to revive this sagging movement is a series of... More > videos titled "What's the BIg Deal About the KJV" featuring KJV Onlyist Sam Gipp. Although Gipp provides nothing new and answers none of the criticisms aimed at past KJV Onlyist claims, the presentation is slick, far more entertaining, and could possibly convince naive Christians to adopt this historically indefensbile position. Albert McIlhenny has in "Does KJV Onlyism Have a Big Deal For You?" analyzed the first video in this series and outlined the numerous historical errors. Those who are informed with the truth presented here will be far less likely to buy into the distortions in this video or others to come in future vidoes of the series.< Less
Prophet of Zeitgeist: A Critique of the Religious Theories of Jordan Maxwell By Albert McIlhenny
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One of the more unusual figures discussing religion on the internet is Jordan Maxwell. His videos have become standard fare on outlets such as Youtube and he was the inspiration for the film... More > Zeitgeist. His claim that religion is based on the zodiac has won him a loyal following and he has influenced many other authors. His use of etymologies, supposed historical facts, and often senesationalistic claims have earned him a following of those raised on conspiracy theorist fare such as The X-Files. But once we put his claims under the microscope, just how accurate are they? In Prophet of Zeitgeist, Albert McIlhenny tests the wild and wooly claims of Jordan Maxwell and discovers that very little of his best known material is true. By the end of the book, it is doubtful anyone could ever take seriously the religious theories of one of America's best known conspiracy theorists.< Less
Prophet of Zeitgeist: A Critique of the Religious Theories of Jordan Maxwell By Albert McIlhenny
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One of the more unusual figures discussing religion on the internet is Jordan Maxwell. His videos have become standard fare on outlets such as Youtube and he was the inspiration for the film... More > Zeitgeist. His claim that religion is based on the zodiac has won him a loyal following and he has influenced many other authors. His use of etymologies, supposed historical facts, and often senesationalistic claims have earned him a following of those raised on conspiracy theorist fare such as The X-Files. But once we put his claims under the microscope, just how accurate are they? In Prophet of Zeitgeist, Albert McIlhenny tests the wild and wooly claims of Jordan Maxwell and discovers that very little of his best known material is true. By the end of the book, it is doubtful anyone could ever take seriously the religious theories of one of America's best known conspiracy theorists.< Less
The New Restorationists: A Critique of Frank Viola and George Barna's "Pagan Christianity?" By Albert McIlhenny
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The New Restorationists is a critique of Frank Viola and George Barna's book "Paqan Christianity?". Arguing from the perspective of Church history, Holy Scripture, and even Viola and... More > Barna's own sources, this book points out the fallacies in Viola and Barna's analysis of what ails the Church and discrepancies between their historical claims and historical reality.< Less
The New Restorationists: A Critique of Frank Viola and George Barna's "Pagan Christianity?" By Albert McIlhenny
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The New Restorationists is a critique of Frank Viola and George Barna's book "Paqan Christianity?". Arguing from the perspective of Church history, Holy Scripture, and even Viola and... More > Barna's own sources, this book points out the fallacies in Viola and Barna's analysis of what ails the Church and discrepancies between their historical claims and historical reality.< Less
This Is the Sun?: Zeitgeist and Religion (Volume I: Comparative Religion) By Albert McIlhenny
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The film Zeitgeist became an overnight internet sensation with its claims Christianity was based upon a pagan solar mythology. This idea, developed in the eighteenth century but dismissed as... More > ridiculous by scholars, has held support among anti-religious and occultic thinkers and recently was popularized by conspiracy theorists. In the first of a two volume critique of these ideas, Albert McIlhenny takes on the claims of its best known supporters. By the end of this volume, the theory of "astrotheology" is show to be based on various historical mistakes popular in early modernity but since shown to be erroneous. It is demonstrated the source of its current support is not based upon any evidence but the wild claims of conspiracy theorists dressed up to look like scholarship.< Less