Living in the Daze of Deception: How to Discern Truth from Culture's Lies
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Living in the Daze of Deception: How to Discern Truth from Culture's Lies

Harvest House Publishers / 2024 / Paperback

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In today's world, we're living in a storm of lies and half-truths that assault us from every direction! Pastor Hibbs helps you learn the characteristics of deceivers, recognize the subtle and dangerous falsehoods that are trying to alter and replace the truth, and understand the keys to standing strong in faith as the spiritual battle intensifies. 224 pages, softcover from Harvest.

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Title: Living in the Daze of Deception: How to Discern Truth from Culture's Lies
By: Jack Hibbs
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2024
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 073698738X
ISBN-13: 9780736987387
Stock No: WW987387

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National Bestseller

Publishers Weekly: #3, Trade Paperbacks List
USA Today: #18 Overall

A High-Stakes Battle for Every Christian

Jesus warned that deception would grow worse as we draw nearer to the end times, saying, "Take heed that no one deceives you" (Matthew 24:4). Distinguishing truth from error has become an increasingly challenging task—even in the church.

We live in a time when falsehoods assault us from every direction. Packaged with just enough truth to make them appear trustworthy, these counterfeits have grown more and more difficult to detect and avoid.

Living in the Daze of Deception explores the many ways error is masquerading as truth—and how you can discern the difference. From pastor Jack Hibbs, you’ll learn
  • the characteristics of deceivers and how they have brought harm to both secular culture and the church
  • the many deceptions that are altering and replacing the truth, and how to recognize them
  • the keys to standing strong as the spiritual battles surrounding us intensify   
The greatest antidote to deception is truth. Equip yourself now to grow in discernment so that you can protect yourself from error and remain steadfast in your faith!

Author Bio

Jack Hibbs is the senior and founding pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in Southern California. He is also the host of the nationally syndicated TV and radio program Real Life, and his daily media programs reach millions worldwide. Jack and his wife, Lisa, have two adult daughters and three grandchildren.

Editorial Reviews

"Jack Hibbs has been a good friend, colleague, and fellow teacher of the Word for nearly three decades. I highly respect his boldness to expose the deception that has left the church and the world in dazed confusion. His mission, which he does so well, is to prepare the saints for the soon and imminent return of Christ for His church. Jack’s commitment to Scripture is strong, his love for the church is passionate, and his service to the Lord is unceasing."
—Amir Tsarfati, founder and president of Behold Israel

"This is the kind of book you would expect from Jack Hibbs: biblical, bold and prophetic. The book especially stresses the need for discernment in our age of confusion and compromise. It covers a wide range of cultural issues, but always stresses the need to honor God rather than give the woke culture what it wants."
—Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer, pastor emeritus of Moody Church, Chicago

"The most dangerous part of being deceived is that you don’t know you’re being deceived! In Living in the Daze of Deception, pastor Jack Hibbs will undeceive you by opening your eyes to God’s truth with the engaging clarity that makes so many (like me) love him. Jack holds nothing back to help you become a better disciple and kingdom builder in a world that seems to grow darker and more deceptive by the day. Get this book now!"
—Frank Turek, president of; coauthor of I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist

"George Orwell said that to tell the truth in a time of universal deceit is a revolutionary act. The pressures inflicted by evil to bend a knee can make a reasonable man question his own sense of reality. I’ve lived it. In a world where nothing seems to make sense anymore, where we’re ’living in the daze of deception,’ there can be only one truth. My friend pastor Jack provides clarity on how to tell when evil is disguised as good. As an investigative reporter, I agree with Jack when he says that what’s happening in America is subversion. As Jack writes, ’True love is telling it like it is,’ and Living in the Daze of Deception helps us do that."
—James O’Keefe, award-winning journalist; author of the New York Times bestseller Breakthrough

"Pastor Jack Hibbs’s book Living in the Daze of Deception accurately and fearlessly describes the bizarre turmoil experienced by people across the globe the past few years. The origin of this unending chaos is a sea of lies based in delusion, insisting that what we’re experiencing is normal.
"But our times are not normal. Living in the Daze of Deception explains the biblical Romans 1 delusions of our day and offers a way forward for anyone who seeks to live with discernment."
Hon. Michele Bachmann, dean at Robertson School of Government, Regent University, VA

"Jack Hibbs provides a timely and profound discussion on the state of the church and God’s people. It has become increasingly evident that the modern church has lost its mighty impact and isn’t reaching a lost and fallen world. Why? We are too concerned with pursuing happiness and altogether too unconcerned with pursuing God. This book is a must-read for all Christians who want to come out of the daze of deception, suit up in the full armor of God, and truly fulfill the great commission."
—Jenna Ellis, attorney; host of "Jenna Ellis in the Morning" on American Family Radio

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