The Paranormal Conspiracy
The Truth about Ghosts, Aliens and Mysterious Beings
by Timothy Dailey Ph.D.
"MythBusters meets This Present Darkness in this gripping new book," —Peter Sprigg, senior fellow for policy studies, Family Research Council, Washington, D.C.
Teenage vampires. UFO sightings. Alien invasions. Ghost stories. The zombie apocalypse. How should Christians respond to a culture saturated with the paranormal?
"A common underlying theme emerged in the stories of those who became immersed in the dark arts: a yearning for enduring significance coupled with the desire to become immersed in that ineffable quality we call love."
"The utterances of mediums to the so-called enlightenment of the 'exalted masters' to the missives of intergalactic emissaries—all present a cosmology without God at the center."
The Paranormal Conspiracy tells the stories of those who became deeply involved in otherworldly phenomena, often with tragic results. I wrote the book for those who are seeking answers regarding everything from ghostly beings to Bigfoot to UFOs—and are open to a biblical perspective on these enigmatic topics.
"A powerful refutation of this whole dangerous movement." —Walter A. Elwell, Ph.D., professor emeritus, biblical and theological studies, Wheaton College
Dailey is absolutely correct to highlight that all our longings for proof of extraterrestrial life, contact from beyond the grave, or secret knowledge of arcane arts, are really only corruptions of the longing we should have for communion with God. Any book on demons that does not end there is simply not worth your time.
I don’t buy into Dr. Dailey's thesis. I simply don’t believe that every supposed supernatural or paranormal experience that takes place outside the bounds of Christian orthodoxy is a Satanic deception intended to lead us from the truth.
The Paranormal Conspiracy is an expression of the conservative Christian desire for certainty and for matters to be clear-cut, black and white.