John Rodgers, Director, Bishop, New Age Community Church
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Rev. Dr. John Rodgers

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Director, Bishop

New Age Community Church
6418 S. 39Th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85041
United States

Company Description: NACC is a New Age spiritual organization located in the Valley of the Sun. The Church was founded in 1975. We are a member of the New Age Council of Churches. We...   more
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Biography

  • born in 1937, the oldest child in a large family  in Minneapolis, Minnesota
    
    After moving to Phoenix, Arizona, he discovered metaphysics and the occult.
    
    He was one of the first to recognize that the New Age Movement was actually the beginning of a n...
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Anubis Effect: The effect on the unconscious of the accumulation of "judgments" acquired by the individual during his lifetime as defined by Rev. Dr. John Rodgers of the New Age Community Church in Phoenix. This effect usually works against us and weakens us. According to Dr. Rodgers, it may be overcome through the application of IDMIDMA
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Central in biblical apocalyptic literature is the Revelation to John (sometimes called The Apocalypse).
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Currently the twelve apostles of Jesus are considered to be: Simon Peter, Andrew, James the son of Zebedee, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot.
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Rev. Dr. John Rodgers is chief editor of the Arizona Center for Religious Study and bishop and pastor of the New Age Community Church.
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Rev. Dr. Rodgers' family were Mormon converts from Minnesota who settled in Arizona to be nearer Zion because they couldn't afford to buy a home in Utah.
He was active in the church from an early age, and as a missionary for the church he travelled throughout Oregon and Washington.
One day in his home congregation, the Bishop made an authoritative pronouncemen, that Rodgers did not feel was supported by Mormon scripture. So he asked the Bishop what his scriptural authority was and the bishop said, The Bishop's Handbook and it was at this point that he discovered there was an entire book that superceded the church scriptures.
Rodgers' continued his insistence that the church abide by the revelations of founder Prophet Joseph Smith. This riled the local authorities. He woke up one day to discover that, so far as the church was concerned, he was no longer a Mormon. Nonetheless, still feeling like a Mormon, he went back to church and signed up to began again as a novitiate.
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Later on, Rodgers and small group of followers set up a New Age church. Years ago, he said, "It's a small church because we preach truth, and who in hell wants truth? Fantasy's much better. Lies and fantasy you can sell all day long."
Rodgers has been a union leader and founded a labor union. He has written several books and hundreds of articles and pamphlets. He has appeared on radio and TV shows. He had a role in a motion picture. He is the Bishop of the New Age Community Church, volunteers at the Alpha Book Center, teaches classes, does psychic readings, healing and counseling. Chief among Rodgers' record of achievements in public life was his success in forcing a repeal of the Phoenix municipal law against psychic reading, which had been on the city's statute books since 1913.
In 1992, feeling that no one else had the answers to the nation's problems, John Rodgers ran as an independent candidate for the presidency of the United States of America.
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Dr. Rodgers' Legacy Founded Alpha Book Center
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"I have spent my entire life seeking the TRUTH," says Dr. Rodgers. "and know I am teaching the facts, that others may be made free from ignorance and superstition.".. Dr. Rodgers regrets that there is no one to carry on his work when he passes on in a few years.
To contact Dr. Rodgers, call 602-441-4401 or write in the space below and click Submit. Remember, he cannot reply to you if you not provide an e-mail address or phone number.
A World Changing
Book!
In this trail-blazing book, New Age Bible, Dr. Rodgers, the first theologian to explore the movement of the ages and how it affects our history and the development of religion, especially Christianity. He reveals how the movement of the ages affect our lives, and even the way we think about God.
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A New Age church founded by Rev. Dr. John Rodgers in 1971. with three congregations, West Valley, Blessed Circle and the mother church. Publishers of the Omega Directory. Founders of the New Age Seminary Program and Psychic Massage.
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