Noah Primeval is a speculative retelling of the beloved story of Noah for a new generation. In an ancient world submerged in darkness, fallen angels rule as gods, and breed giants and monsters. Mankind is enslaved to evil. Noah, a tribal leader, has been prophesied to bring an end to the rule of these "gods" and save humanity from coming destruction. But Noah's wife and son are captives of these dark forces.
As the author of Zero Point: Power Of The gods, and Zero Point: The Independence, I’ve done extensive research on the Nephilim of the Bible.
The sad truth is few people, including Christians, know anything of the evil which inundated our world before the great flood. Brian Godawa has hit a home run with his Chronicles of the Nephilim series. As a Christian, I have nothing but praise for The Chronicles of the Nephilim, and I highly recommend the series to one and all.
Hawk Haynes was proud of Porterville, Texas, a town he had founded. He had left it to go on a long honeymoon with Elizabeth Trudy, his new bride. When he returned a black cloud had ascended upon the town. The peace and harmony was gone, and so was his best friend. Hawk was sure Lank Lankford didn’t leave of his own accord. Luke Tanner, an old army buddy had left with Lank, and that told Hawk things weren’t right. Lank would never partner up with the likes of Luke Tanner, a born killer.
A long story that’s hard to know which character is talking. While I tried to stay with the story, I often found myself completely lost due to much rambling. I can not recommend this for the foul language and poor taste in the rambling story line.
He's the son of a cattle rancher. A restless young dreamer who, under normal circumstances, would follow in his father's footsteps. Normal, however, is not his style. Like his famous grandfather and namesake Perley Gates - a hell-raising mountain man with a heavenly name - young Perley wants adventure, excitement, and freedom. And like his grandfather before him, he will find his dream - in the untamed wilds of a lawless frontier. That dream though might just become a nightmare....
I thoroughly enjoyed The Legend of Perley Gates. Links to hear more of this fellow Perley Gates...
Leaving their Pennsylvania home to forge a new life in the untamed Oregon Territory of 1845, the Colter family is ambushed by a kill-crazy gang of cutthroats on the Oregon Trail. Fifteen-year-old Tim Colter manages to escape and hide - only to return and find his parents butchered, his sisters Nancy and Margaret missing, and one last killer waiting for his return. Forced to fight for his life, the young Colter embarks on a perilous journey across a lawless frontier, hoping to save his sisters and salvage the dream they lived for.
Boring, and that is being kind. This book just drolls on, and on, and on, with wandering thoughts, and many words, which have nothing to do with the plot, or the story.
Charles Swindoll presents the Bible's real Moses-the Moses who tried to decline his assignment from God; the Moses who dazzled Pharaoh; the Moses who received the Ten Commandments; the Moses who was disobedient and weak; the Moses who was the greatest leader of God's people in all of history. Through his faith and selfless dedication, Moses continually chose to follow God's will through difficult and seemingly impossible situations. This is the fourth volume of Swindoll's "Great Lives" series.
This is about the author and his thoughts. It's a very long, boring, book. I had to quit listening cause it would not hold my attention, even while laying in bed.
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You were lied to about the nature, character, and cause of the American Civil War, but that is just the start. The entire South - its people, culture, history, customs, both past and present - has been and continues to be lied about and demonized by the unholy trinity of the American establishment: academia, Hollywood, and the media.
This book will taste fowl to the leftist federalism tromping the freedom of true Constitutional Freedoms. The federalist mentality is embedded in the leftist brain as that of a dog which has no mind to reflect on its actions.
Those who allow the mind to reflect upon federal tyranny are immediately branded as an enemy of the state.
This falsetto democracy will self destruct into socialism, or worse, a breed of fascism.
CAN FREEDOM LIVE IN THE MODERN AMERICA? We shall see...
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David Limbaugh, the New York Times bestselling author of Jesus on Trial and The Emmaus Code, now approaches the question of Jesus Christ's divinity - In what sense was Jesus God? How do we know? - with the same precise, methodical form of enquiry he has employed in his career as lawyer and law professor.
A very dry audio book. After eight chapters of dull-drum I had to stop.
Named one of the top books of 2009 by the Times Literary Supplement (London), this controversial and compelling audiobook from Dr. Stephen C. Meyer presents a convincing new case for intelligent design (ID) based on revolutionary discoveries in science and DNA. Along the way Meyer argues that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution as expounded in The Origin of Species did not, in fact, refute ID.
See to it that no one captivate you with an empty, seductive philosophy according to human tradition, according to the elemental powers of the world and not according to Christ.
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Retracing his own spiritual journey from atheism to faith, Lee Strobel, former legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, cross-examines a dozen experts with doctorates from schools like Cambridge, Princeton, and Brandeis who are recognized authorities in their own fields. Strobel challenges them with questions like: How reliable is the New Testament? Does evidence for Jesus exist outside the Bible? Is there any reason to believe the resurrection was an actual event?
Finally a book (other than the Bible) with clarity. I mean; a clear case for Jesus, the Christ.
After colliding with a semi-truck, Don Piper died and went to heaven. Ninety minutes later he returned to life on earth. After years of silence, he is now sharing his life-changing story.
Hey fantastic book for every person. I can empathize with Don and his health issues, or I have my own issues of health. When I go to bed at night, I pray that I awake in heaven. People should not fear the death of this earthly tabernacle for it is a temporary dwelling place. We need to look to the eternal; the eternal dwelling place with The Great I Am.