Noe went on to pen other hyperpreterist books such as:
- Shattering the ‘Left Behind’ Delusion - 2000
- The Israel Illusion: 13 Popular Misconceptions about This Modern-day Nation and Its Role in Bible Prophecy - 2000
- Dead In Their Tracks: Stopping the Liberal/Skeptic Attack on the Bible - 2001
Noe has also published a host of papers and booklets, almost all which have the same noticeable theme as his books. Some of those titles are:
- “Restoring the Kingdom-of-God Worldview to the Church and the World” (Step #1)
- “12 Most Common Mistakes People Make About Bible Prophecy and the End Times”
- “The Solution to the Problem of the End Times”
No matter where you come down on the issue of "Full Preterism", the theme of Noe's material is undeniable -- he thinks he is smarter than you. Apparently Noe, is one of the few who knows the "rest of the story". He is perhaps the only one who can explain the "top ten misconceptions" about Jesus' Second Coming and the Endtimes. He is able to "shatter delusions". He can see through "illusions" and explain the "13 misconceptions" about modern Israel. He may be the only one who can "restore the kingdom-of-God worldview to the Church and the World". And if his ability to explain the "top ten misconceptions" about Jesus' Second Coming and Endtimes wasn't enough; it is good that he came out with the "12 most common mistakes people make" about Bible prophecy and the Endtimes. And finally, he has THE solution to the problem of the Endtimes.
Noe, who lives in Indianapolis, the same city where I reside periodically sends me announcements of his activities. His latest, sent to me on July 12, 2012 was to promote a new book he is working on. Some of the promoting sentences for this book are as follows:
- "Most people today, remain unaware and uninformed..."
- "Those traditional views are simply out-of-date and inadequate."
Noe, like many other hyperpreterists sees himself as a type of modern day Martin Luther (not the black guy). In reality, Noe is more like a modern day Andreas Karlstadt or perhaps even more like a Thomas Muntzer.
These men also thought they were smarter than everyone else. It's a shame, because I've met Noe several times in person; even a couple times joined him and group in a Bible study breakfast. He has since lost most favor among the "greater" Full Preterist movement. Noe even sometimes tries to claim he isn't a Full Preterist.
This is what happens when a person has no peers (thinks they are in a league by themselves); they have no accountability that keeps them from going off the deep end. Noe, has for years been making it up as he goes with no restraining hand of people who might be able to tell him he is wrong here or there. Stevens might have offered that earlier on, but that relationship is no longer what it used to be.
I expect, Noe will continue to produce books, papers, and other material that are simply arrogant and condescending diatribes telling everyone else how "unaware" and "uninformed" they are compared to the "greater" John Noe.