Trojan Church

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We Have Been Invaded.

The modern evangelical church is even now undergoing a transformation that is changing its heart and soul and foundation completely.

The FutureChurch is the deliberately designed dream of those moving the world toward globalism, "One World - One Religion."

Two or three decades ago, the obstacles to such a transformation were so many as to make the task almost impossible. But, said the ...

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Overview

We Have Been Invaded.

The modern evangelical church is even now undergoing a transformation that is changing its heart and soul and foundation completely.

The FutureChurch is the deliberately designed dream of those moving the world toward globalism, "One World - One Religion."

Two or three decades ago, the obstacles to such a transformation were so many as to make the task almost impossible. But, said the tortoise to the hare, slow and steady wins the race. And while the church has run hare-like into trends, megachurch programs and media-driven movements, the New Age tortoise has come into the back door and planted within our walls the tares of deception and illusion that are transforming the church into a New Age Globalist apparatus and puppet from within.

Be aware. Be prepared. The Trojan Church is here.

Dr. Gregory Reid has been in youth ministry since 1975. He has served as a criminal justice trainer on occult crimes and crimes against children since 1987. He is a retired Private Investigator, an ordained minister with American Evangelistic Association, and is currently serving as a youth pastor. He is director of YouthFire Ministries, and holds an honorary doctorate from Logos Graduate School.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781606477335
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 9/11/2008
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2009

    Trojan Church

    I have read this book and found it very challenging. I have done reseach myself and found that what Dr. Reid says in his book to be very enlightening and disturbing to see how a lot of the Christian Church's globally are heading to towards the New World Religion. I highly recommened this book to every believer and Pastor to read.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 22, 2009

    The Trojan Church is a wonderful book!

    Dr. Gregory Reid's "The Trojan Church" is a hard-hitting expose of the cult-like churches and dangerous heresies appearing on the scene in our ever-increasing chaotic world. I highly recommend this book to pastors, laypeople, and anyone interested in defending the Christian faith!
    Dr. Rix Tillman, Senior Pastor, Exciting Immanuel Church, El Paso, Tx. and author of "Pastor Survival" (to be released, August, 2009 by Outskirts Press)

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 25, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Forwarned Is Forearmed

    Greg Reid starts out his book with a quote from Amy Carmichael: "The truth is a lighted stronghold. We must dwell therein or perish."
    And so it is in this day when the Truth of the Bible is not merely being challenged, but the denial of its Truth and validity as God's inspired Word, is a forgone conclusion by such as deem themselves as authorities of 'Christianity' (a term that these Emergent Church Movement [ECM] advocates and leaders themselves disparage).
    Greg deftly traces the links from the ECM back into its New Age/Occultic/Mystical roots, and shows how the intent (successful at that!) of this movement is to homogenize all religions into a unified whole (a move that is incompatible for Biblical Christianity); a one world religious system.
    He quotes leaders of the New Age Movement and shows the stark parallels to the beliefs, and quotes of ECM leaders such as Brian McLaren, Rob Bell, Marcus Borg, Doug Pagitt, Rick Warren, and Alan Jones, and others.
    I must concur with Dr. Reid in his assertion that this isn't just another fad that's going to blow in and out of our world, but a paradigm shift that will alter the premise of what is known as Christianity to one of a one world religious system that was foretold in the scriptures themselves as "the falling away" or the apostacy; thus the world stage is being set for the final act of mankind. It behooves every believer to 'know the script', be aware of the facts, and how this movement will effect (even affect) modern day evangelical Christianity that is not firmly founded on the truth of God's inspired Word, but rather placates social, religious, environmental, and political views and powers.
    I wholeheartedly endorse Dr. Reid's book and urge all Christians that revere God, His Word, and the Truth that is embodied in the Person of Jesus Christ to read it! To be forwarned is indeed, to be forearmed!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2009

    The Trojan Church by Author Dr. Gregory Reid, is a book that is a very informative and a useful tool of education for the everyday Christians who are motivated in receiving the true word of God. And a necessity for every Christians library.

    This book is a tool not only for Teacher/Pastors but is for every Christian and non-Christians who have the need to know what is real and what is not real, in the teaching of God's Word.

    I know there must have been much work and years of research that went into the writing of this book. It is a book that is a must read for the Beginner in their new walk with the Lord, and also for those who have doubts about true christianity.

    Today there are so many deceptive avenues out there that we could follow, so we must be very dilligent to gaurd against falling into untruths, lies and mis-leading doctrines of the Word of God.

    Sincerely, Kenneth

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2009

    Is The Trojan Church a must read for you?

    Test: If you enjoy keeping your head in the sand and believing everything is as it seems in Christianity, this book is definitely not for you. If you want to have your eyes opened to the "subtle" and sometimes "not so subtle" subversion of our Christian faith, The Trojan Church is a "must read!" Let Dr. Gregory Reid's eye-opening study reveal how we are being led down the garden path to accept the One-World Religion even as economic globalism marches ahead. Our hope is to learn to discern the truth and to stay anchored to the One Who is "THE WAY, THE TRUTH and THE LIFE." Thank you, Dr. Reid, for your timely and informative exposure of the days that are upon us! Pam

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