Box , Bend, OR Here is the mind which hath wisdom: The seven heads are seven mountains on which the woman sitteth" —Revelation ,9. A woman rides the beast, and that woman is a city built on seven hills that reigns over the kings of the earth! Was ever in all of history such a statement made? It merits our careful and prayerful attention.
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He was raised in a Christian family, with two other siblings. From June 24, , until his death, Hunt was married to his college sweetheart, Ruth Klaussen — , who together raised four children: David Jr. He worked as a CPA before his entry into full-time ministry.
His book Occult Invasion is dedicated to this area, while several other books mention it in part. No rational person could support that thesis. And I would challenge anybody He sought to refute many alleged misconceptions of Calvinism without taking an Arminian stance. He outlined a theological middle ground between Calvinism and Arminianism, where, according to Hunt, one can believe in eternal security but reject Calvinistic teaching.
The book and film have been criticized not only by Mormons themselves as inaccurate portrayals of their religion but also as inaccurate by other non-Mormon groups that are critical of Mormonism.
The Seduction of Christianity co-written with Tom A. McMahon , which categorized Word of Faith teachings, meditation, and psychology-based counseling as New Age heresies, generated much debate in the s. Responses from meditation proponents and from Calvinist re-constructionist writers include Seduction?? Hunt has written a rejoinder to the latter critics in his Whatever Happened to Heaven? In his final book, "Cosmos, Creator and Human Destiny", Hunt supported the Creationist viewpoint and alleged that there were deficiencies in both the Big Bang theory and the theory of evolution.
Dave Hunt (Christian apologist)
A Woman Rides the Beast