Frederick, MD—March 4, 2009 PublishAmerica is proud to present Truth or Consequences: The Battle for Beulah Land. The Church in a Rearview Mirror by Gene Triesch of Blanco, Texas.
If a lie is repeated long enough, does it become truth?
Is there a standard for truth?
Are there consequences to believing a lie?
Does God identify himself through prophecy?
Is there a prophetic event today that indicates something new or different is happening?
“If we could see history in our headlights instead of our rear-view mirror…”
From “Beulah Land” to the “Bully of the Middle East,” the writer exposes the lie of Replacement Theology and the roots of anti-Semitism.
Truth or Consequences: The Battle for Beulah Land -The Church in a Rearview Mirror tells of the founding of the Church and the road she has traveled in the reader-friendly style of a down-to-earth country gospel songwriter. Will she accept the truth as reflected in her rearview mirror or collide with the “Cornerstone”?
Gene Triesch, a former U.S. Army officer, high school teacher, coach and business owner, took a sincere interest in Bible study, then allowed God to take the wheel. He and his wife, LaVada, write and perform gospel music around the country.
Gene will be at Goin’ Postal in Blanco on Saturday, March 28, starting at 10:00am, to promote his new book and personally sign your copy. You’ll be able to speak to the author and ask him questions or have a picture taken with him, if you like. Goin’ Postal is located at 310 Pecan St. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 830-833-5400 for more information.
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