In the mid '70s John Anderson was know as Helias, high priest of an L.A. based occult group who also did psychic readings for Hollywood's elite. He is best known for his accurate prediction of an assassination attempt of Hustler Publisher Larry Flynt. As he came to realize that deception was not the root of truth, he turned to studying the Bible. After attending numerous churches, John found the teachings in the church were very different from what he had studied in the Bible. Now, 25 years later his contentions are still that the Bible teaches a truth utterly in contrast to what is preached from today's church pulpits. He is currently the Host/Teacher of the weekly "Voice of Reason" Internet broadcast.
Ken Parsons and John Anderson debated whether the Rapture is Biblical Prophecy or myth being propagated by those out to profit from it, respectively. Anderson, who declared himself a preterist, said that the "end times" prophecies in question were fulfilled by 70 AD with the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. The modern idea of the Rapture, he believes, is not actually in scripture, and is misinterpreted or mistranslated and was first popularized in the 1830's, and more recently in the Left Behind books. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that people are going to fly off the Earth, he added. ... More »Host: George Noory