Memoirs of Ophannin
By Jesse Steele
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Published: Nov. 11, 2012
Words: 82,190 (approximate)
It began with the Ophannin—Holy Angels covered with eyes who sleep not. Trek through history from before Creation, to the remaking of Heaven and earth. Based on Scripture, this story seamlessly weaves a Fantasy "Biblical Fiction" from the perspective of Angels. In a blurb, Tolkien's The Silmarillion encounters Aslan in an eleven-thousand year Angel epic.
It began with the Ophannin—Holy Angels covered with eyes who sleep not. Trek through history from before Creation, to the remaking of Heaven and earth. Based on Scripture, this story seamlessly weaves a Fantasy ”Biblical Fiction” from the perspective of Angels.
Through a simple story, it’s easier to bridge many theological questions of the heart, such as where evil came from, free will, predestination, fairness of salvation, and why Fallen Angels fell… and it’s much more fascinating.
, epic adventure fantasy
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