Kenneth John Marks

Biography

Ken was born in San Francisco California and grew up Hayward California. He attended high school in Hayward, college at the university of California at San Diego where he received a liberal arts degree concentrating in mathematics and the humanities.

Ken, a born-again Christian, now lives in Portland, Oregon and is active in his local church. Ken has been a student of biblical history and of the Bible for many years.

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Books

Rebellion
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 53,420. Language: English. Published: April 19, 2011 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Fiction » Christian » General
Before the creation of the world Lucifer, whose name means Light Giver and who was the most powerful of God's angels, wanted to take God's place. He rebelled. In the fifth century B.C., Imanishs, the most powerful general in King Artexerxes' Persian army, lusted after the Persian throne. He rebelled too. Watching over it all was the Angel of Death, to bring about God's judgment on these two.
My God & Saviour
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 109,100. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2011 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christianity
My God & Saviour is a collection of short stories based on my understanding of God’s nature as a Person and on the principles of my Christian faith. Many of these stories came to me as I meditated on God’s word and on its application to my life.
Descent to Darkness - Prophet's Son Book I
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Series: The Prophet's Son, Book 1. Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 159,060. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2011 by Fideli Publishing. Category: Fiction » Christian » Classical & allegory
Set in Jerusalem in 446 B. C. The story tells of a man’s spiritual journey into the depths of darkness and despair. He is the son of a murdered prophet, and Satan wants him dead. He’s easy prey since he harbors hatred in his heart. Despite warnings he lets himself be controlled by bitterness and forsakes God, leading him down a path to terrible personal tragedy.

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