Jan Marcussen

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A. Jan Marcussen is a minister and author.

Biography[edit]

Marcussen was ordained as a Seventh-day Adventist minister in 1982. He is the author of several books including Two Months to Live which relates the real-life stories of people who have overcome cancer, Cousin Henry Potter {and the Terrible Time Machine}, an adventure, and a book on marital happiness entitled, 'Seven Secrets of Family happiness.' He is the author of the book National Sunday Law'." By November 2016, 41.7 million copies were in print in 70 languages.[1] The book gives an interpretation of the prophecies of the biblical books of Daniel and Revelation, and focuses particularly on the Three Angels' Messages of Revelation chapter fourteen. The book made the Catholic League's 2001 Report on Anti-Catholicism for mass mailing Fresno, CA.[2]

Books[edit]

  • National Sunday Law
  • Two Months to Live
  • Cousin Henry Potter {and the Terrible Time Machine}

Videos[edit]

Newsletter[edit]

Jan Marcussen publishes a six-page newsletter twice a month with color pictures which is also published online in PDF format. The newsletter always features relevant quotes from Ellen G. White. "Vennita's Corner" is a choice "thought" quote from Ellen White picked by Marcussen's wife Vennita. The newsletter chronicles the advancement toward a Sunday law and the advancement of the Three Angels' Messages warning against that law.

Cultural references[edit]

Marcussen's National Sunday Law was in part the inspiration for the 2004 low-budget action movie, The 4th Beast: Mask of the Antichrist.[3] Director Nathyn Masters, an alum of Chicago's Columbia College recounts[4] how he desired to create an endtime Christian action film with a post-tribulation scenario as an alternative to such pre-tribulation films as Left Behind.[4] In a similar vein is the action novel Megiddo Crux, by Brian Neumann, whose plot is set in motion by the September 11th attack.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Millennium, Messiahs, and Mayhem: Contemporary Apocalyptic Movements by Thomas Robbins and Susan J. Palmer. 1997; p219
  2. ^ http://www.catholicleague.org/miscellaneous-10/
  3. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0436018/
  4. ^ a b http://www.columbiachronicle.com/back/2004_spring/2004-03-15/arts1.html
  5. ^ http://www.amazingdiscoveries.org/store/product.php?productid=4&cat=22&page=1&js=n

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