I found the book as good as the Left Behind series. In fact in some ways I found it better. The left behind series inspired me to look into prophecy theory a lot more then I ever had before. I wanted to check what I was reading. Tim La Haye has done the same thing for me here. Using fiction and writng about this biblical archeologist encouraged me to subscribe to Biblical Aarcheology Review as soon as I finished listening. Like Paul in the book I became interested in the feild. Were the characters meant to be believable, not likely, are all the details perfect, No, but it was an entertaining fiction and I think it did what it was suppose to: make me find out and study for myself.
For new believer and veteren the book reminds us of the basics we need to strengthen and work through our faith
I started listening to this but had to stop as the author rambled on on a rant against religion and Christianity in particular. I can not understand why this kind of thing is neccessary in a book that is supposably about nature and not political or religion.
I was looking forward to this as I live in Japan and from the recent eartquake you can surely understand but it was not worth the opinionated rant that has nothing to do with the subject
Sorry, but I recommend you stay away from this one
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