A Christian Evaluation of a Taboo Subject
These days, when you throw “conspiracy theory” at someone, it is for one purpose—to be a thought-stopper and a discussion killer. But having this discussion grows more important by the day. People are engaging in “conspiracy theories” whether some want to admit it or not. Frankly, it is a discussion that needs to happen. This book is not about specific conspiracies, but rather is a serious look at the phrase from a definitional, historical, biblical, and Christian point of view. The main goal is to come to some helpful conclusions on how a Christian can remain sane in a world of conspiracy theories. And, we’ll have some fun along the way.
What they're saying
"Doug Van Dorn's book is much needed in today's world. We live in a society in which Christians are perhaps more likely to believe in wild theories than many other groups. Into this comes Van Dorn's book to put forth two important points: one, that there are many traps we can fall into which conspiracy theories, and two, that there are real conspiracies, both in the Bible and today. The careful Christian should be aware of both of these things and not fall off on one side or the other. This book is the perfect place to start thinking through these issues."