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America’s 60 Families 7

Posted on November 07, 2014 by Alexander
America's 60 Families.jpg

1937 book showing how 60 main families with 90 secondary families control America.

For the last 3 months I have read and converted Ferdinand Lundberg’s book, “America’s 60 Families” into a PDF e-book. I found an online copy that had been scanned which contained multiple errors, specifically in scanning the tables. To remedy these problems I purchased the book and went through page by page to make the corrections. The project is now done and available for public reading.

Since the text is in a document format, pages have been marked “[book page #]”  to correspond to the printed book pages. This should facilitate quoting and referencing those quotes.   It also keeps the index accurate.  The only editorial difference is that I did not break up paragraphs by the book page.  Thus the reference could be half a paragraph off.  I also eliminated the endnotes and moved them to footnotes for reading convenience. His footnotes marked by an * (asterisk) have been left intact.

Why Should Christians Read this Book?

Because the book of Revelations makes it clear that the one world government will be formed by financial means.

 And it causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark on their right hand, or in their foreheads,  even that not any might buy or sell except those having the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of its name.  (Rev. 13:16 & 17)

This is how Satan through the rich has been forming his one world government. The United States was not formed to protect the people. All the states were sovereign and independent already. They agreed to come under a federal government for economic benefits, just as the European Union has attempted to do the same. Read the rest of this entry →

Capitalism is Not a Christian World View 4

Posted on December 19, 2010 by Alexander

Capitalism is not part of Christian discipleship

If you wish to listen to a reading of the post, click on the podcast link.

It seems that every conservative Christian I meet thinks that capitalism is congruent with Christianity. It is not. Neither is communism for that matter. My step father once made this argument regarding Christianity and Communism.  But there is a significant difference.  In Communism the state owns everything and decides how to distribute it all.  But in Christianity, God owns everything and has given us stewardship responsibility of the things He gives us. We have the freedom in that stewardship to do with those things as we decide.

Which brings us back to Capitalism.  It is argued by some Christians that we should be capitalists so we have more to pass on to others.   It would seem from the parable of the talents (Matt. 25:14-30) that the Lord rewards those who increased their talents, particularly in verse 28 when He gave the one talent from the slothful servant to the one who had earned 10 talents.  But as stewards of the Lord’s wealth we are free to do what we want with it.   Consider what Peter said to Ananias and Sapphira when they sold their property and pretended to give it all to the apostles: Read the rest of this entry →

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