Having been a teen when the peace emblem became a symbol of the hippies and the peace movement, I searched the Internet for clues on its origin. And while sleuthing about the peace symbol, I also “snoped” around regarding a couple more “Christian” myths: the Eagles’ mysterious “Hotel California” and Procter & Gamble’s infamous “man in the moon” logo. Here’s what I found.
“We are the generation that will see the end times… and the return of Jesus,” Hal Lindsey wrote in the 1980’s. Like all false prophets dating back 2,000 years ago, from Montanus (150) to Melchior Hoffman (1533) to William Miller (1843-4), all of the current false prophets believe that ours is the “terminal generation.”
CBSNews.com reports that U. S. military detention centers in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay systematically used loud music on hundreds of suspected terrorist detainees. The tactic was designed “to create fear, disorient … and prolong capture shock.” What does this have to do with churches?