Secret Plots & Hidden Agendas
What you don't know about conspiracy theories
Paul T. Coughlin
much of the information you'll find in this book is also found on our web site,
it's presented in an entirely different (perhaps more interesting?) way.
Subtitled 'What You Don't Know About Conspiracy Theories', I found this to be an
interesting and well-presented work outlining both the history and current
status of many claims which - to 'fundamentalist Freemasons' like myself - seem
Paul Coughlin writes from a unique perspective: not only editor
and author, he was the long-time host of a radio talk-show program which dealt
with the issues of things like the 'New World Order, United Nations, End-Times
Conspiracies, etc. at length. He weaves his experiences into an organized
presentation that's easily understood and well-documented. Beyond that, however,
he's a Christian who argues very persuasively that when Christians are seduced
by these messages, they're missing the entire concept of Jesus and His
Those interested in only the issues of Ruby Ridge, Oklahoma City
and Waco (which he covers in a concise and relevant fashion, devoid of hyperbole
or judgments) or of the NWO, UN, and the other host of conspiracies so popular
on the internet and in 'pop' books, will find this book worthwhile reading.
Christians with an open mind trying to resolve the many arguments presented by
popular preachers who thrive on fear and hatred should find it very helpful in
In our opinion, it's worth reading!