Wallace Johnson Site
Josef Holzschuh has notified us of this new site that he has created.
Wallace was a gifted speaker and his presentations are made with humour and simplicity. They can be heard on audio files or viewed as video slide shows with hundreds of images.
The original lectures were converted from audio cassette tapes and original slides used where available.
The late Wallace Johnson (1916 – 1989) was a Catholic family man, daily Communicant (daily Mass), lawyer and businessman. He gave many popular thoroughly researched lectures in the 1970s and 1980s. These lectures are more urgently needed today in the Third Millennium.
Josef Holzschuh PhD (Geophysics), Grad Dip Ed (Science and Religion), wishes to preserve these presentations for current and future generations. Science is often wrongly used to diminish Faith. Wallace uses science for its true purpose; the glory of God and to reveal our true dignity, human and divine.
Copyright (c) 2015. Please use and share all resources unaltered, non-profit and referenced here.
Wallace Johnson, Fatima, the Flood
Whilst we greatly admired the writings and lectures of Wal, and his knack for being able to show how Our Lady had intervened throughout modern history to forestall some new diabolical revolution (e.g. Our Lady of Fatima in 1917 against Bolshevik Communism), we did consider that his one-time pre-occupation with conspiracies and the Illuminati could tend to deflate, rather than to uplift, the faithful. This prompted Frits Albers once to exclaim: “For God’s sake, Wal, give people some hope!”
We, as Fatima people, appreciated that (13th July, 1917) whilst ‘the outlook [is indeed] … gloomy …. Many will be martyred, the Holy Father will have much to suffer; several nations will be wiped out’, however ‘there is a ray of hope: my Immaculate Heart will finally triumph.’ We knew that, despite everything, we were on the winning aside, that the head of our infernal foe had already been irrevocably crushed (Genesis 3:15).
And apparently it is quite hard to function properly with a crushed head!
Whether from AMAIC promptings, or otherwise, Wal, latterly, did become more positive.
The Genesis Flood
Uniquely, Wallace, a global floodist, had – unlike other ‘Creationists’ of the same biblical interpretation – allowed for a verifiable antediluvian archaeology to co-exist alongside the presumed global Flood. He had appreciated (rightly, we think) that Mesopotamian archaeology, for instance, was divided by the Flood into antediluvian and postdiluvian phases. But he still, despite this, upheld (wrongly, we think) a global Genesis Flood