So, if we have this straight—the attacks of 9-11 are a sign that we are reaching the end of times. And the Pope (yes, you, Francis!) is the Beast.
Of course, Marcussen first published this book in 1983, so he’s been banging this the-world-is-ending gong for three decades now.
Like Ellen White’s The Great Controversy, National Sunday Law is another one of these loony tracts that you can only laugh at with its dubious logic and pretensions to wisdom. And like White’s rant, Marcussen’s also arrived in our heathen hands via our mailbox—it was mass mailed without our requesting it.
This is typical of the bad-craziness religious prophesy books one comes across from time to time. Here is how this book portrays mankind’s near future:
“The people of God—some in prison cells, some hidden in solitary retreats in the forests and mountains—still plead for divine protection, while in every corner companies of armed men, urged on by hosts of evil angels , are preparing for the work of death.”
We got a copy of this in the mail. Why? Beats us. Who sent it? Who knows.