• The third highest cause of death in America is “iatrogenic” – induced in a patient by a physician.
  • A new study proves that aggressive radiation cancer treatments create a far more dangerous cancer cell than the one from which the patient is suffering.
  • The government is killing you as it subsidizes a medical establishment and culture that is actually hell-bent on “disease care” rather than health care.

“Medical Murder,” a new documentary in the WND Superstore, makes the case that America’s health-care systems is fundamentally flawed from a spiritual perspective – even before the controversial “Obamacare” begins in earnest.

In fact, it suggests the modern medical establishment is rooted at its base with an occult spiritual goal – completely replacing the role of the church in the healing of souls.

The newest battleground, it says, is the area of the mind and the soul through psychiatry. More and more Americans are hooked on drugs being pushed by the medical industry for treatments of problems that go beyond chemical imbalances.

There’s an alternative path for people who are “depressed,” suggests “Medical Murder” – but biblical approaches to treatments are being discarded even by most Christians.

That’s just one of the great new products added to the WND Superstore this week.

Here are some more:

  • “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents From Wilson to Obama” by Stephen Hayward:What makes a president great? Academics, journalists, and popular historians agree. Our greatest presidents are the ones who confronted a national crisis and mobilized the entire nation to face it. That’s the conventional wisdom. The chief executives who are celebrated in textbooks and placed in the top echelon of presidents in surveys of experts are the “bold” leaders – the Woodrow Wilsons and Franklin Roosevelts – who reshaped the United States in line with their grand “vision” for America. Unfortunately, along the way, these “great” presidents inevitably expanded government – and shrunk our liberties. As the 20th-century presidency has grown far beyond the bounds the Founders established for the office, the idea that our chief executive is responsible to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States” has become a distant memory. Historian and celebrated Reagan biographer Steven F. Hayward reminds us that the Founders had an entirely different idea of greatness in the presidential office. The personal ambitions, populist appeals, and bribes paid to the voters with their own money that most modern presidents engage in would strike them as instances of the demagoguery they most feared – one of the great dangers to the people’s liberty that they wrote the Constitution explicitly to guard against. The Founders, in contrast to today’s historians, expected great presidents to be champions of the limited government established by the Constitution.
  • “Miracles in American History: 32 Amazing Stories of Answered Prayers” by Susie Federer: In 1746, 70 ships with 13,000 troops sailed from France to lay waste to the American colonies. Massachusetts Gov. William Shirley proclaimed a Day of Fasting. What happened next was unexplainable. After the Battle of Monongahela, George Washington wrote from Fort Cumberland to his younger brother, John Augustine Washington, July 18, 1755: “But by the All-Powerful Dispensations of Providence, I have been protected beyond all human probability or expectation; for I had four bullets through my coat, and two horses shot under me, yet escaped unhurt, although death was leveling my companions on every side of me!” How did Thomas Jefferson’s resolution for a Day of Fasting on June 1, 1774, lead to the forming of the Continental Congress, and eventually Independence? Read how in 1781 the providential rising of three rivers in 10 days allowed Americans to escape British General Cornwallis? Or how the uncanny way Benedict Arnold’s planned betrayal of West Point was discovered? George Washington exclaimed: “The Hand of Providence has been so conspicuous in all this (the course of the war) that he must be worse than an infidel that lacks faith.” Ben Franklin declared: “In the beginning of the Contest with Great Britain…we had daily prayer in this room for Divine protection…All of us who were engaged in the struggle must have observed frequent instances of a Superintending Providence in our favor.” In 1865, President Lincoln proclaimed a Day of Fasting for April 30. What freak accident happened two days later which changed the course of the Civil War? When Apollo 13 was lost in space, what happened after President Nixon called all of America to pray? Are you aware of these American miracles?
  • So popular with WND’s audience is Michael Rood’s video exploration of the archaeological evidence for the Red Sea crossing, the WND Superstore has added all the episodes of Michael Rood’s TV series, along with other works. If you liked “The Red Sea Crossing,” check out Rood’s complete body of work in the Michael Rood department of the superstore.
  • “One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born To Do” by Phil Cooke: Stop being average at so many things, and become extraordinary at One Big Thing. What were you born to accomplish with your life? One Big Thing will help you discover what you were born to do and allow it to revolutionize your business, your ministry, and your life. In today’s distracted, digital culture, it’s harder than ever to identify your calling, get your voice heard, and achieve your dreams. To stand out and communicate your ideas and message, you need to cut through the clutter and get noticed. Making that happen means focusing on the one thing that drives you, inspires your passion, and separates you from the pack. If you’ve ever felt pulled in different directions or wondered what to do with your varied talents and interests, Phil Cooke will teach you the secrets of living a life-on-purpose that rises above the noise and leaves a lasting mark on the world.
  • “The Henry Morris Study Bible”: The written Word of God, with its glorious message of creation, redemption, and eternal life with God, has always been under attack by the secular world. The Bible does have the answer; its gospel can be defended; and The Henry Morris Study Bible will be of significant help in this great cause to those who use it. Its annotations explain the Bible’s difficult passages, resolve its alleged contradictions, point out the evidences of its divine origin, confirm its historical accuracy, note its remarkable anticipations of modern science, demonstrate its fulfilled prophecies and in general remove any doubts about its inerrancy, its authority, and its ability to meet every human need. Comes in leather or hardcover versions.
  • “Saint Patrick: The Real Story of His Life and Time from Tragedy to Triumph” by William Federer: How was the time Saint Patrick lived in similar to today? The Roman Empire was falling; illegal immigrants overrunning borders; the Latin language was displaced; sexual immorality was rampant; unwanted infants were left to die; there was violent gladiatorial entertainment; there was outsourcing to North Africa; there was great debt; an explosion of welfare & government jobs; stifling taxes; the church was discouraged from political involvement; the military was overstretched; Atilla the Hun committed terrorist attacks. Sound familiar? Rome pulled its Legions back from the frontier of Britain leaving it to marauding gangs. Patrick was kidnapped as a boy and sold him into slavery in Druid Ireland. He miraculously escaped, only to have at age 40 a divine call to go back as a missionary. He confronted Druid chiefs, baptized 120,000, used the three-leaf clover to teach the Trinity, and founded 300 churches, which in the next century sent missionaries back into Europe! That’s the amazing story told in this video documentary. Also comes in book version. You’ll never think about St. Patrick the same way again.

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