Killing Abel

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
“Killing Abel” is a serious treatise on man’s early days on earth with the author systematically confronts the issues that the first son and the first Father encountered. The fall of man, Lucifer, and then homicide with those events played out in prose detailing just how the omnipotent God was “limited” in His mission to bless His children. How homicide more than the Fall changed life on earth. More

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About Michael Tieman

Father of three great kids and wishing I would had more.

Favorite thing to do is thinking, debating.
Favorite issues to debate are; The existence of God, creation, energy, right and wrong.
Favorite sport, off road racing (motorcycles and trucks)
Favorite food, Japanese Steak house
Favorite Gender; Women :)
Favorite Pass time; Writing
Favorite TV Show: House
Favorite News program: Mornings with Miraa Bartiromo
Favorite Movie: Gladiator
Favorite book: Secrets of the Temple
Favorite web site: Drudge

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kdstrack reviewed on July 4, 2020

Killing Abel explores the possibilities of what could have happened to Adam and Eve's and their descendants. The story follows their lives until the day that Noah entered the ark. The author created interesting scenarios about what could have happened in a fallen world and invites readers to imagine the world after Satan tempted the first humans. The biblical facts are embellished with the author's imagination. How much has humanity changed since Cain killed his brother Abel?
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
Cynthia Koehler reviewed on June 9, 2020

I found this book fascinating. As a Christian and history buff, I did not realize how Genesis shaped our world. Through Adam and Eve, we learned about temptation and atonement of sin. Adam created the groundwork for our criminal justice system. Cain and Abel taught us about morality and caring about others and manipulation to serve one's own needs. Noah taught us about trust and survival and that God would meet our needs through any storm.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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