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Doug Woodward is a high tech executive with over 40 years experience as management consultant and financial advisor to startup and emerging companies.Additionally, he is a nationally recognized speaker at Christian Bible Prophecy symposiums and author of fifthteen books addressing Christian theology and eschatology. He frequently serves as host to Prophecy in the News, a televisions ministry devoted to teaching Bible prophecy and keeping Christians informed.
He currently is Entrepreneur-in-residence at a major university in Oklahoma. His most recent books are REBOOTING THE BIBLE and THE REVEALING. His book, co-authored with Anthony Patch, Josh Peck, and Gonz Shimura, REVISING REALITY, was a best-selling work on the Christian view of Cosmology. His book, THE FINAL BABYLON, co-authored with Douglas Krieger and Dene McGriff, has been a best-selling work analyzing America’s place in Bible Prophecy. Woodward appears frequently on television and radio programs discussing themes at the intersection of American history and eschatology. He has also served in the recent past as host of Prophecy in the News.
For almost 20 years, Woodward served as executive for Microsoft, Oracle, Honeywell Bull, and
partner at Ernst & Young LLP. In the 1980s, Woodward was a noted national expert on office
automation, departmental systems, business intelligence, and information systems strategy. In
the 1990s, he was one of four founders of Microsoft Consulting Services (today MCS is a $2B
division of Microsoft). Microsoft’s Sales Operations, overseeing a team of 500. Afterwards, at Ernst & Young, he founded Entyron, a multi-million dollar development center and alliance between Microsoft and Ernst & Young.
From 2000 to 2013, while living in Seattle, Woodward planned, financed, and developed an
accelerator for startup companies, Smart Starters, where he led a team of ten and worked with
over four-dozen companies in planning and financing their businesses. During this period, he
established relationships with numerous venture firms in the Pacific Northwest and Silicon
While Woodward typically served as Chief Financial Officer in larger projects, he also
played a key role in devising business strategy, marketing, selling, and operational efficiency.
More recently, Woodward served as President and COO of a medical device company.
Woodward lives with his wife of 40 years, Donna, and has two married adult children, and two
grandsons. He has been active in various churches, serving as an Elder in the Reformed Church of America and in the Presbyterian Church. In his early career, he worked as a Youth Director and Associate Pastor in the Methodist Church.
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How Dramatic New Discoveries in Biblical Texts and Breakthroughs in Modern Physics Are Transforming Our View of the Cosmos
Four breakout Christian apologists, no strangers to “fringe” topics, take a radical look at Cosmology based on new discoveries in physics and unconventional insights into the Bible. Each is noted for his willingness to tackle the challenges of secular skepticism and examine the intersections between modern science and the Bible. You will embark on an astounding adventure exploring the Cosmos with awakened eyes, guided by their unrestrained research as well as remarkable and unprecedented conclusions.
In Volume One of a two-volume study, the controversies of angelic incursions in humanity’s history and their impact on the human genome are considered. Also discussed: the nature of evil and the role that fallen angels and heavenly archons have played in the story of the Bible as well as rethinking Christology and the meaning of the Logos, contrasting with Gnostic and occult concepts of the demiurge. Here the authors demonstrate startling parallels to our day:
* Dangers of CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the occult agenda behind humanity’s most powerful machine, and its link to the Tower of Babel;
* Opening dimensional portals and its unknown effects, including awakening the creatures of the Abyss, and a possible connection to the planet Saturn;
* Man-machine hybrids empowered by the Internet and threats presented to humankind from unrestrained advances in transhumanist research;
* Challenges to Einstein’s standard model by the revolutionary concepts of the Electric Universe proposed by scientists at the Thunderbolts Project;
* Theories about cosmic wars and the “real” star wars of ancient times.
About the authors: Anthony Patch is a leading authority on CERN and author of two novels focused on the mysteries of quantum computing; Josh Peck is author of multiple books and host for Into the Multiverse on SkyWatch TV; Gonzo Shimura is an award-winning filmmaker and host of the Face-Like-the-Sun YouTube channel; and S. Douglas Woodward, author of over a dozen books, appears often on television and radio. Woodward it the editor of this volume.
the major eschatology scholars have taught for decades, what if America were at the very center of Bible prophecy? What if the U.S.A., rather than Europe, Rome, or Babylon, was the power base of Satan’s conspiracy against the Kingdom of God? These three authors, Douglas W. Krieger, Dene McGriff, and S. Douglas Woodward, argue just that. Together, they have written what may be seen as a landmark book rethinking the traditional prophetic scenario in light of developments in America and the Middle East. Combined, these authors bring over 100 years of study, teaching, and writing to the subject of Bible prophecy. The amazing blend of their respective backgrounds in the foreign services, evangelical ministries, and corporate America, lends unsurpassed credibility to their stunning and remarkably fresh presentation. In some respects, "The Final Babylon" is a classic prophecy book, rich in exegesis of key scriptures most often overlooked or misinterpreted. The implications are life changing. Reading "The Final Babylon, America and the Coming of Antichrist" will awaken you to what has been happening right in front of our eyes that we simply couldn’t see due to our love of country and our faulty assumptions concerning the antagonists in the traditional prophetic scenario. This book may change your politics, your view of the Bible, and what you do day-to-day.
“In Part 2 of Rebooting the Bible, to his credit, Doug doesn’t shy away from the weird parts of the Torah either—Nimrod, Noah, and the “sons of God” from Genesis 6:1-4, progenitors of the monstrous, giant Nephilim—are all considered and addressed with scholarly analysis. And for an encore, he tackles how to reconcile alternate history, made familiar in best-selling books, YouTube, and the History Channel, with Genesis Chapter 1.” -- From the Foreword by Derek P. Gilbert, Host, SkyWatchTV and a View from the Bunker.
The story centers on America's erstwhile alliance with German fascism linked to the infamous personalities of Hitler's Nazi Party who escaped the war crimes trials at Nuremberg. In this second volume of Power Quest, The Ascendancy of Anti-christ in America, Woodward brings to the reader the recently declassified proof that America has often shunned its most noble ideals. The author uncovers a vast record of unethical and deceptive Federal activities committed in Washington's darkened corridors of political power. Woodward condenses mountains of highly reliable research compiled by authoritative investigative journalists and insiders along with his own well-turned analysis, demonstrating how the political and spiritual evil of Nazism was often excused and encouraged by American officials as part of a blind quest to fight communism during the Cold War.
An unpredictable development in popular culture, Ancient Astronaut Theory grows more mainstream. The work of Zecharia Sitchin, Eric Van Däniken, and David Hatcher Childress, made popular on The History Channel's Ancient Aliens, offers a new spirituality for the pseudo-scientifically minded. Most viewers know little of the history of this deceptive theory which finds its origin in Madam Blavatsky's nineteenth-century esoteric Secret Doctrine, American 20th century science fiction writers, creators of famous pulp fiction short stories and novellas (Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein), but especially so with the celebrated dark fiction of H.P. Lovecraft written during the 1920s and ‘30s.
Giving context to all Ancient Alien Theory, Woodward supplies a compelling account of personages and their theories on Mars which reveals the secrets behind the alien story: the enigmatic Percival Lowell; French astronomer/spiritualist Camille Flammarion; physics genius Nikola Tesla; the German rocket scientist Werner von Braun; romantic scientist/author Carl Sagan; and late astronomer Tom Van Flandern. Whether scientist or author, all saw in Mars as a stepping stone to the stars and the means through which humanity would discern its place in the Cosmos.
“(Woodward) hits every important topic regarding the burgeoning UFO phenomena in what may become a researcher’s go-to guide for UFOs, ET, and whether intelligent life ever existed (or exists today!) on Mars.“ - L. A. Marzulli (from the Foreword)
S. Douglas Woodward has written seven books on alternate history, biblical eschatology, religion, and philosophy. A former corporate executive, today Woodward is a featured speaker at conferences and frequent guest on television and radio programs. Woodward lives with his wife Donna in Oklahoma City.
Americans, Europeans, and Israelis share a strong sense of foreboding that Western Civilization stands on the cusp of collapse due to insidious individuals radicalized by Salafist and Wahhabis doctrine pledged to strike down infidels. The violence of the Middle East continues unabated driving many Muslims north to Europe seeking peace, safety, and a better life. However, citizens of Western civilizations can’t help but fear that lurking within the million plus immigrants crossing into Europe (with others destined for the U.S.) are vast numbers of jihadis pledged to murder Christians, Jews, secular humanists, and moderate Muslims — all in Allah’s name.
Combined with this turbulent situation churns the apocalyptic conviction many Evangelicals hold that the Apocalypse lies just ahead. Could radical Islam be the catalyst to trigger last days’ events? What’s more, might the dreaded Antichrist predicted by Biblical prophecy be energized by radical jihadist thinking? Could Islam become a dominant one-world religion foreseen by biblical prophets? Many who study eschatology have concluded this view comprises the most likely scenario. The idea that Antichrist will arise amidst radical Islam has been successfully promoted for a decade. It has altered the conventional perspective of a large segment of those who adhere to Futurism, the position that large portions of Holy Scripture (passages within Daniel, Isaiah, Matthew 24, Luke 21, and Revelation) await future fulfillment. Known as The Islamic Antichrist Theory, much more has been conjectured than the religious sentiment of the Antichrist — the most essential viewpoints of the conventional prophetic scenario have been unseated. Many are unaware this has happened.
In short, the theory proposes that Antichrist, Gog, the Mahdi, and Daniel’s “king of the north” are all one and the same. Likewise, the theory conflates the last days war of Gog/Magog with Armageddon making the two only one event. Lastly, Islamic Antichrist Theory “regionalizes” the scope of Bible prophecy dismissing the longstanding fear that Antichrist superintends a Luciferian New World Order in which all nations are assimilated into a single government limiting human freedom. This alternate prophetic view obscures other prominent threats that we overlook to our peril.
Additionally, because Islamic Antichrist Theory sees Islam as the final world religion and the religion of the Antichrist, Christians may come to an erroneous fear and loathing of Islam. Make no mistake: fanatical Islam is dangerous. And any religion that denies the Father and the Son is a religion whose spirit is Antichrist. (1 John 2:22) However, this is not the same as saying that Antichrist is Islamic – or that all Muslims are of Antichrist. This distinction must be made lest as Christians we wrongly accuse good people of evil, when in many cases their fault lies only in not yet understanding and professing faith in the true God and who He actually is – as made known to us through Jesus Christ our Lord.
S. Douglas Woodward, best-selling author of seven books on eschatology, theology, and the religious history of America brings his acute analytical skill and decades of biblical study to the hot topic of the ‘blood moon’ prophecies. His effort brings a mature, seasoned perspective to this subject and as such, delivers an enduring classic on eschatology destined to be a cherished inspirational resource and vital prophetic reference for many years to come.
In Blood Moon: Biblical Signs of the Apocalypse, Woodward examines the Blood Moon Prophecy as articulated by Mark Biltz and John Hagee. He also evaluates the criticisms of Mark Hitchcock and Chris White. Woodward finds a middle ground, identifying why the Blood Moon Prophecy is likely to be authentic, but cautions against accepting its validity without the test of time. Woodward points out many reasons to find cause for belief and many reasons that it legitimately could be questioned.
Woodward evaluates the nature of biblical signs by studying the phrase signs and wonders as used in both the Old Testament (Hebrew and Aramaic) and in the New Testament (Greek). He also evaluates the issues of whether biblical signs of the apocalypse must all be supernatural--showing why many may be 'natural' in terms of astronomical events that are unusual but not paranormal acts.
The heart of the book, however, is an apologetic for why the study and adherence to the Kingdom of God (and the apocalypse it implies) is mandated by the words of Jesus Christ. His followers MUST keep watch--always. He finds surprising corroboration in modern liberal theology and disconcerting denials in evangelicalism.
Woodward professes belief in the Pre-Tribulation Rapture of the Church. In Blood Moon, he argues forcefully for this interpretation of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Likewise, Woodward affirms faith in what is known as the 'Ruin and Restoration' Theory for God's creation (aka The Gap Theory). Readers will find substantial evidence for this point of view from an analysis of 2 Peter's statement concerning 'scoffers' in the last days.
Blood Moon is a consummate prophecy book--perhaps the most well-written argument for the importance of biblical prophecy to the Christian faith that has been written in the past several decades.
Of all the books on the blood moon prophecy, Woodward's will be the most memorable and influential over the long term. It is a must read for all students of eschatology.
This book tackles a number of very crucial issues that are sure to be of interest to you:
Why is the Middle East so turbulent at the present time?
Why are Russia and the United States in so much conflict?
How did ISIS come about? Is ISIS destined to succeed in its jihad?
Is the Antichrist really going to be Islamic? Is Islam the coming one world religion?
Is Gog just another name for the Antichrist?
Is Psalm 83 a future great war? Is it the next 'great war' in the Middle East?
Does the Battle of Gog and Magog trigger the Day of the Lord?
Is Gog the same personage as Daniel's "king of the North"?
Will the destruction of Gog and the Rapture of the Church happen simultaneously?
Where is the land of "unwalled villages?"
Will the United States be destroyed at the beginning of the Battle of Gog and Magog?
I answer all of these questions in what may become a controversial work refuting a lot of popular eschatology.