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  • Author:
    Bob Larson
  • ISBN:
    0785278796
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785278795
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  • Publisher:
    Thomas Nelson Publishers; First Edition edition (June 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    279 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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Bob Larson (born May 28, 1944) is an American radio and television evangelist, and a pastor of Spiritual Freedom Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Larson has authored numerous books critical of rock music and Satanism.

Bob Larson (born May 28, 1944) is an American radio and television evangelist, and a pastor of Spiritual Freedom Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Larson was born in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, the son of Viola (née Baum) and Earl Larson. He was raised in McCook, Nebraska. Larson plays guitar; he has claimed his early experiences as a musician led to his concerns about occult and destructive influences in rock music.

Bob Larson is the world’s foremost expert on cults, the occult, and supernatural phenomena

Bob Larson is the world’s foremost expert on cults, the occult, and supernatural phenomena.

Bill Baldwin, an old college friend of Wess, wins the . Senate primary election in Colorado. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. I am a 22 year old and I have been in polotics for the past year and a half the realism of this book sets me back as in all three books in this set (dead air,senator's agenda, and abodon) there are three books you just cant put down they need to be read one right after another starting with abodon. then dead air then . they will set you back and make you take a look at life and the evil that surrounds us.

The senator's agenda. by. Larson, Bob, 1944-. Legislators, Political campaigns, Politicians. Nashville : T. Nelson Publishers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on October 25, 2010.

Exorcist bob larson casts out python, jezebel, murder, and satan from 120 generation curse! . Testimonies of deliverance around the world! Follow Bob Larson on twitter!

Exorcist bob larson casts out python, jezebel, murder, and satan from 120 generation curse! Rasheena loved God but struggled. She had no idea that 120 generations ago the women in her African bloodline were spiritually married to Satan. Decade of Deliverance Poll.

The Senator's Agenda book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Wes Bryant's life is a comfortable routine-days spent running. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Senator's Agenda. 1995) (The third book in the Dead Air series) A novel by Bob Larson. When Bill Baldwin's press secretary commits suicide, Wes Bryant agrees to replace him, but is soon disquieted by the rumors that Baldwin, nominated for the Senate, is secretly controlled by a special interest group Genre: Inspirational. Used availability for Bob Larson's The Senator's Agenda.

In this book Bob Larson discusses the forces that are influencing America's youth to sell their souls to Satan-ghoulish games. Ships from and sold by biblestore. Only 17 left in stock (more on the way).

Bob has writtennbsp;twenty-five books, including three best-selling novels, Dead Air, Abaddon, and The Senator's Agenda. His 500-page encyclopedic handbook Larson's Book of Cults is a reference work used in colleges and seminaries

Bob has writtennbsp;twenty-five books, including three best-selling novels, Dead Air, Abaddon, and The Senator's Agenda. His 500-page encyclopedic handbook Larson's Book of Cults is a reference work used in colleges and seminaries. His other books include Straight Answers on the New Age, Satanism: the Seduction of America's Youth, In the Name of Satan, and UFOs and the Alien Agenda. Bob Larson has appeared on TV shows such as Oprah, Donahue, Montel, Sally Jessie, CNBC Talk-Live, Rolanda, Larry King Live, and Politically Incorrect

When Bill Baldwin's press secretary commits suicide, Wes Bryant agrees to replace him, but is soon disquieted by the rumors that Baldwin, nominated for the Senate, is secretly controlled by a special interest group

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Arrived in great condition - very happy with product.
Nuadazius
It is a good fictional book that will catch and keep your attention. It does touch hard issues that may be too much for some readers with a weak stomach. He doesn't hold back any punches.
Querlaca
no comment
Unsoo
Everything was as advertised and delivered on time.
Galubel
This book is an integral part of Larson's campaign to explain away the vast array of damaging published reports (in World and Cornerstone, and on NBC) concerning his many personal sins -- the flip side of Hillary Clinton's so-called "right-wing conspiracy."

The strategy session in the Baldwin campaign's war room parallels the Larson expose in remarkable detail. The "tabloid" is Denver's Westword, which ran a groundbreaking article on Larson back in 1992. The "small-run publications" are World and Cornerstone, who came out with scathing articles in 1993. The only difference between Larson and Taylor was that Larson had high-priced lawyers -- who couldn't do a thing because the allegations against him were clearly true and painstakingly documented.

Larson stated in the dedication that The Senator's Agenda had only taken a few months to write -- and quite frankly, it showed. The prose was pathetic, and the editing, even worse. I would say that you ought to be able to find this book in a Christian second-hand store for $1, if it wasn't for the fact that it performed so poorly in bookstores.
Kirizan
Millionaire mail-order media minister Bob Larson was exposed by the Christian press (and NBC); The Senator's Agenda is, in large part (esp. pp. 52-55) Larson's attempt to explain away documented reports (see [...]) of his adultery, ghostwritten books, fraudulent fundraising practices, chronic dishonesty, and wildly extravagant lifestyle as some kind of plot to smear him. Change the name "Taylor" for "Larson," and the fictional smear campaign by Baldwin's staff matches his experience precisely: The "tabloid" is Denver's Westword, the "small-time national magazines" are World and Cornerstone, and the "television reporter" is Mike Wendland of Detroit's WDIV. The only difference is that the charges against Larson are supported by court documents and other equally compelling evidence.
The parallels are so surreal that the only remaining questions are whether Bob Larson actually molested a twelve-year-old boy, and if so, whether it will ever come out in the press.
I have had an interest in Bob Larson for awhile, ever since I heard his radio show Talk back. I have never been a fan of this guy and I have a very low opinion of what he has done and much of his claims. I am judging this novel not because of the writer but because of the content. Fiction writing-wise,this novel is badly written. The characters' actions and words are artificial, the narration is sloppy, he uses passive word description in scenes describing action, and overall the book is not believable. The claim that Larson wrote this to explain away certain events in his "ministry" IMO has some validity. This novel, which I have no doubt he actually wrote, is vastly different, quality-wise than "Dead Air" which he had ghostwritten for him. If I was editing the book, I doubt a single page would be left unmarked. I would not have accepted this for publication.