Seemed realistic and very interesting. Good character development and I liked how the two subplots wove together to the benefit each character and mutually provide what they were needing.
Overall great story but a little anticlimactic at the end. Also a little more thorough discussion of the precise nature and how the false messiah got his powers would have been interesting.
A good message of faith and suspense right to the very end!! Demonstrates what can happen to people who don't follow their beliefs.
The book was very good and while past life regression does seem plausible, some of the facts presented just didn't seem to add up. The one that really jumped out at me is when the patient was stating that she was living xxxx BC. If she was really regressed to that time period, how would she know about the future Christ and when he would be born in order to estimate the year she was living in based on our present day conventions with respect to BC or AD?
Tells the Truth
Screwtape. The satire was comical but truthly and insightful at the same time.
His performance and voice modulation were incredible. He really conveyed Screwtape's emotions, frustrations, and false sincerity.
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