The Biblical END TIMES prophecy is one of the most influential and pervasive beliefs of human history. It has been with us for thousands of years, is delicately woven into society's fabric, and is the foundational basis for the belief in the divine right of kings and other civil authority. Religious institutions promote the divine right of kings concept, and the ruling elite are seldom shy about playing their expected roles, even if they may resent the inherent implication of being second best. Many of the ruling elite, whether operating in the public domain or behind the curtain, appear
to be working diligently at dethroning God and elevating themselves to the position of being the all-wise and omnipotent benefactors of all things good and the honored recipients of our undivided loyalty.
This book entices the reader to explore a nearly universal but rarely challenged belief and the implications it has had and continues to have on our liberty.
The Wallaces are your average Joe and Jane, but they were blessed with an insatiable curiosity, a passion for the subject matter, and a skeptical view of secular and religious authority. They were both raised in very similar, conservative, church-going families during the '50s and '60s and embarked on their own lives in the '70s, taking their inherited core values and belief systems with them as they entered adulthood and assumed their places in the world. The authors don't have a portfolio of educational degrees or extensive writing credentials, but they are, nonetheless,
eager to let their book speak for itself. The Wallaces live in southwestern Colorado.