Armageddon For Beginners
on Sep. 09, 2013
I found 'Armageddon for Beginners' to be very helpful and concise. It is thorough, without being rambley and unnecessarily complicated, which is a big bonus when it comes to Bible prophecy.
The author feels real, and not like he is trying to hoodwink you with some religopolitical agenda, but just saying it the way he sees it. And he's sees it well! The book is full of valuable observations and spiritual insights.
An exceptional book, and you can't beat the price!
on Sep. 10, 2013
In the not too distant future, a motley crew of truth hungry individuals from different backgrounds and beliefs are serendipitously thrown together because of their one common goal... Love.
An inspiring read, with a vibrant plot, and some very interesting challenges that befall the characters within it.
on Sep. 24, 2013
This book is absolutely brilliant.
What would things look like if the prophesies from the book of Revelation and the book of Daniel came to pass? Well probably something like 'Survivors'.
An interesting and stimulating read from cover to cover. The appendices at the end, and the authors commentary sections are a very nice touch to the over all experience of the novel. The story itself is captivating and laced with nuggets of truth and insightful observation regarding the spiritual state of humanity.
And if you like page-turners look no further, I don't think I have read any book faster than I did this one.
on Sep. 27, 2013
This is a really enjoyable read. Very interesting culturally and spiritually.
Churchianity Vs Christianity
on Oct. 13, 2013
A poignantly straight shooter, with a comic edge.
It cuts through the tragic misconceptions of Christ like a karate champion's well precisioned chop cutting through the air that stands between him and his opponent!
And it's very nicely illustrated too.
on Nov. 06, 2013
What a corker! To make the book of James into a comic book is a wonderful idea, and very nicely carried through.
I particularly liked the illustration of the guy wanting to sell the dishes used by the poor, in order to buy CD player, and the parachute analogy - great job!