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2017? HOW TO SURVIVE!

ROAD-TESTING THE OPTIONS

LOOKING FOR LOOPHOLES (WITH FAQ) 

Unless you live down a mineshaft you are probably wondering whether the writing is on the wall for humankind.  

 

You may stress about the nuclear club growing with members such as North Korea, Iran and Pakistan.  Why is it that our efforts to prevent a nuclear holocaust in this generation will fail?

 

Or we may be decimated within a few years as a result of the global warming or fulfillment of divine prophecy.  Why is there such prophecy and will it prove true?    Why is 2017 a key date to watch out for? 

 

Find out why being a mainstream Christian, Mulsim or an atheist won’t help you survive what lies just ahead.


But there is a way – just one way – to survive and this book reveals it!!

 

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MAN OF DUST  

(by Kevin Staffa)  

We humans live out a dangerous intellectual fiction centred on the belief that man is the highest value component of the universe.   

Our scientists believe they are on the threshold of putting their hands on the key to Creation with initiatives such as the Large Hadron Collider experiment on the French-Swiss border.  They are wrong.   

Our wise men of science, our political leaders and environmentalists, world-wide, are leading us to oblivion.  They have no idea who we are.   

“And as we have borne the image of the man of dust, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly Man” (1 Corinthians 15:49). 

“The first man was of the earth, made of dust; the second Man is the Lord from heaven” (1 Corinthians 15:47). 

“And so it is written, ‘The first man Adam became a living being’.  The last Adam became a life-giving spirit” (1 Corinthians 15:45).

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BREAKING THE HUMAN BARRIER

(AVOIDING SPIRITUAL LANDMINES)  

(by Kevin Staffa)  

The ramifications of being human go far deeper than our intellect and our ability to manipulate our habitat.   We know that there is an entire universe beyond.  We know that creation has a cause that we do not discern.  We are part of a creation that we are incapable of measuring, let alone understanding. 

This places humans in a paradoxical situation:  we know that we are part of some immeasurable universe but our human nature demands that we be able to locate and rank ourselves within this creation.  How do we do this?   The answer is: by means of an intellectual process, anthropocentric relativism, which works like this:

- we place ourselves at the pinnacle and centre of creation – this is based on a belief termed “humanism”, which gives man the highest value in the universe

- we acknowledge, measure and rank the things we already know and the things we discover about creation exclusively from this anthropocentric standpoint, but with man always at the pinnacle and centre

- we determine what is “reality” exclusively in terms of our human values and human experiences from this humanist standpoint

By doing this we are engaging in intellectual fiction; accepting a fallacy.  It’s a practice fraught with danger as this book will show.

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