Snapshots - L
An Alphabetized Index Of Groups, Individuals And Doctrines
Lampholder - Ministry of Shirley Ann Miller, Lampholder is mainstream with almost no discernment whatsoever. With a broad mix of Jewish supremacism and aspects of Sacred Name (refusing to print the word God instead using the hackneyed G-D for instance, the internet publication quotes favorably from blind guides and false prophets like Rapture Cultist Jim Bramlett.
Still honoring the pagan Tammuz celebration known as Christmas, the publication also promote Hannukah -- a Jewish feast that was never inaugurated by the LORD that has roots in the Luciferian festival of Lights associated with the Roman Saturnalia. In a 2002 essay, Miller completely misidentified the white horse of Revelation 6 as Mohammed -- a seriously flawed misdirection of the scriptural truth.
Lamsa Bible - See George Lamsa & The Peshitta in the ProFiles section under Media. See also the ProFile books The King James Controversy: Which Bible Is The Word Of God? and Satanic Translations: New Age And Sacred Name Bibles.
Last Trumpet Newsletter - David J Meyer prophecy publication. See the online essay in ProFiles section on David J Meyer And The Last Trumpet.
Latino Gangs - Associated with KJV term "fanners" found in Jeremiah 51:2 as part of the judgment of "Babylon" (the term means strangers or immigrants), Southwestern and Central and South American groups such as the Salvadoran MS 13 criminal syndicate have been exposed as colluding with the smuggling of Islamic terrorists into the USA. See Latino Gangs To Be Warlords In Post-Apocalyptic America. See also Chavez of Venezuela.
Laurie Wallace - Independent Shortwave radio host with a ministry called Victory One. A preacher of righteousness, Laurie left the mainstream church and broadcast her own 30 minute Shortwave program on Saturday nights on WWCR for many months. In late 2004, she left the airwaves with family difficulties. Based in Alabama, her Southern accent paired with her intensity as she urged listeners to come directly to Christ and bypass the organized church, quickly became a favorite among Shortwave listeners.
Leonard Horowitz - Dr Len Horowitz is a familiar figure to Shortwave radio listeners and conspiracy researchers. A former practicing dentist, after studying HIV-AIDS incidence in dental transmission, Horowitz authored a marvelous book entitled Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola, which documented government complicity in the manufacture and spread of disease. He followed up with Healing Codes For The Biological Apocalypse, a work that moved well into gnostic mysticism. At one point, Horowitz actually marketed something called a "prayer machine" -- an approach evidently associated with personal computers. His medical research was superb, but his spiritual house is a disaster. Now firmly propagating thoroughly non-Christian and occult concepts while professing himself to be a believer, Horowitz promotes just about anything but Biblical Christianity.
Letter Of The Law - Expression used to accentuate perfect adherence to the legal statutes of the Mosiac Covenant. See the essay Letter Of The Law
Lew White - Sacred Name author of book Fossilized Customs. See the essay Sacred Name
Linda Kristich - Periodic substitute radio host for Craig Portwood on his now Internet only broadcast. Kristich is the woman that supports Craig Portwood. See the ProFile under Wolves on Portwood. MORE
Lively Stones - Metaphoric statement used by the Apostle Peter to describe the Christians as the temple of God. See the essay Lively Stones
Lord's Coming Herald - Amillennialist newsletter put out by Wesleyan oriented writer Gary Cutler. See The Lord's Coming Herald under Media in the ProFiles section.
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