Reverend James D. Heiser

Presentation: The Soviets Didn’t Give Up – They Changed Their Names

Reverend James D. Heiser
Reverend James D. Heiser

Sponsored Story: Please make plans to join us Thursday, September 25th for this month’s Business & Professional Luncheon, hosted by the Texarkana B&P chapter of the John Birch Society. Our speaker this month is Reverend James D. Heiser.

Rev. Heiser is the Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America (ELDoNA) and Pastor of Salem Lutheran Church (Malone, TX). He also serves as Dean of Missions for the Augustana Ministerium and as a member both of the Board of Directors and Steering Committee of The Mars Society. Rev. Heiser earned his BA in Political Science at George Washington University (Washington, DC) and his M.Div. and STM from Concordia Theological Seminary (Fort Wayne, IN).

Prior to entering the ministry, Rev. Heiser served as a Research Associate of the National Center for Public Policy Research (Washington, DC) and as a Media Analyst for the Media Research Center (Alexandria, VA). He is the author of more than 400 articles which have appeared at TheNewAmerican.com (and here). His writings have also appeared in the print edition of The New American.

In his 1995 book, The Perestroika Deception, former KGB officer Anatoliy Golitsyn set forth his analysis of Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika “reforms” as a tactic by the KGB and Communist Party leadership in its long war against the West. Now, Neo-Eurasianism is the new ideological force behind a new empire — the Eurasian Union — which would extend from “Dublin to Vladivostok.” Neo-Eurasianism was formulated by Aleksandr Dugin, a Moscow academic who was chosen by the Putin regime in 2001 to head the Evraziia (Eurasia) movement.

We will meet at:
Copeland’s Restaurant
511 Interstate 30 Frontage Rd
Texarkana, AR 71854
870-773-2544

Schedule:
11:30 – Noon: Registration, Networking
Noon – 1PM: Lunch, Program
1PM – 1:30: Q&A, Networking

Cost:
$10 for the program. Lunch is additional – whatever you choose to order. Copeland’s lunch menu features items for $9.95 and under.

If you have any questions, please call/text Steve Oglesby at 903-634-7696.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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