- Hardcover: 160 pages
- Publisher: Hearthstone Publishing, Ltd. (December 15, 1999)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1575580497
- ISBN-13: 978-1575580494
- Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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About the Author
Dr. Carl Edward Baugh is founder and director of Creation Evidence Museum, Glen Rose, Texas; scientific research director for world's first hyperbaric biosphere; scientific research director for water reclamation and energized plant systems; and the discoverer and excavation director of two major dinosaurs: Acrocanthosaurus in Texas and Stegosaurus stenops in Colorado. He holds a degree in theology from Baptist Bible College, a Masters in archaeology, and a Ph.D. in education, both from Pacific College of Graduate Studies.
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Christians, listen to me. This is one of the key reason non-Christians consider us a joke. We turn our brains off when we read or listen to someone we think we should agree with. It's intellectually dishonest, and you are being taken for a ride. This guy is an exposed fraud, and everyone knows it except those that think he must be right in order for the Bible to be true. You can't stand for the truth by reproducing lies and supporting liars.
I've always been impressed with Dr. Baugh's knowledge and genuine, sincere love and kindness towards others. That he's knowledgeable and articulate is evident to anyone who listens to him, so when you read or hear people mocking, you can be sure they're doing it from philosophical hatred and not from Dr. Baugh's presentation.
To go back to my comment on the Humanist convention at which they established that evil goal (against and contrary to the majority of Americans), information about that convention should be very easy to find on the Internet, but, in fact, it isn't. Why? Because the evil doers know that exposing their plans to the light of day weakens their evil agenda and would stir people up to oppose it. Since they've accomplished so much under cover of darkness, they don't want to be exposed now. Additionally, of course, those who oppose Scripture are the great majority of those to control the ease of access to information. Don't think everything is equally accessible with the right keywords.
Google, for instance, makes those pages which oppose a Christian worldview to be the first to appear in a search as they also make those that endorse sexual perversion to have the preeminence. Google is a sell-out to our evil government (don't think they're not--a bit of research will show you they freely hand over to the government the majority of all their requests for private information to which they have no right nor claim.) which, along with the media, controlled the last two presidential elections. Few of you knew about the vast amount of voter fraud (unless you searched for it on the Internet because the lame stream media didn't give it due attention!)
How can blacks still think Obama is "one of us"? How absurd. Watch "Agenda: Grinding America Down." You can buy it on DVD from Amazon or their (the video maker's) website, you can watch it on YouTube, Vimeo or download it as a torrent, which I recommend (the torrent is better quality than the copies on Vimeo & YouTube), for when you do, you'll probably buy a dozen copies and give them to those you love.
Additionally, eight years ago, one could search for "natural remedies for..." just about anything and a good answer would immediately show up (for you'd be amazed how VERY MANY simple and easy natural remedies there are to MANY maladies.
Today, the typical top comments to such a query are NOT natural remedies at all(!), but are websites owned and controlled by pharmaceutical and medical interests that want to KEEP PEOPLE IGNORANT AND KEEP KNOWLEDGE OF NATURAL REMEDIES OUT OF PUBLIC VIEW and this is why the web is FLOODED WITH THESE DECEPTIVE AND DISHONEST WEB PAGES.
Nevertheless, persistence pays off and I encourage all to FIRST LOOK for natural remedies to problems you might have.
I know this was a bit off-topic for a book review, but if it alleviates the suffering of one person, it will be worth "wasting" the time of the very few who doesn't need the information. Incidentally, your doctor has NO REMEDY for a brown recluse spider bite but Dr. Baugh has a medical doctor on his show years ago who presented pictures, names and even phone numbers of those who were INSTANTLY RELIEVED and healing IMMEDIATELY began by being shocked with stun guns where the bites occurred. Study and research showed that two shocks immediately on the place of the bite of *any* poisonous bite of 25000 volts (recommended at 180 degrees--perpendicular) would instantly neutralize these bites, even effective on the most poisonous snake bites.
Yet, the medical profession, KNOWING THIS, has pressured doctors to KEEP THIS KNOWLEDGE FROM PEOPLE.
Why? Well, consider that one woman paid over $8000 to get her brown recluse bite treated and it was only getting worse while how much could a doctor charge you for a five second treatment with a stun gun? And, once the information gets out, look at all the worldwide expensive treatments the medical profession could lose.
Is this reprehensible? Of course it is, but it's just one of a very long list of reprehensible frauds committed by the medical and pharmaceutical community that feigns they're looking out for the health of Americans when the only thing they're looking for is more money in their pockets and more control over your health decisions.
You have the Internet. Everything I've said can be easily confirmed.