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What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days

 
TheFireman
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What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
and the alien agenda? I guess my 2 favorite are The Facade by Michael Heiser and Ahriman Gate by Tom and Nita Horn. Though fiction, they paint a gruesome picture of what could possible be occuring right before our very eyes.
"The Facade" by Michael S. Heiser . . . most people don't want the truth... they're looking for answers to confirm their prejudices.
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
Penthouse December edition
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
In 1950, the novel "Raptured" by Ernest Angley
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Only with your eyes shall you behold the reward of the wicked.
Psalms 91 verse 8


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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
and the alien agenda? I guess my 2 favorite are The Facade by Michael Heiser and Ahriman Gate by Tom and Nita Horn. Though fiction, they paint a gruesome picture of what could possible be occuring right before our very eyes.
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The Facade is a great book. I'm a big fan of Michael Heiser's scholarly work also
For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The bible
"From that time Jesus began to preach and say, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Matthew 4:17
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The bible
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The Bible.
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This is the very best, and it's free online:

[link to thesealedportion.com]
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The bible
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Well, yes, ofcourse lol. Books other than the Bible I should say.
"The Facade" by Michael S. Heiser . . . most people don't want the truth... they're looking for answers to confirm their prejudices.
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The Stand
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The Stand
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ditto, after the bible this one STANDS out. har.

I just reread it recently. GREAT descriptions of pestilence taking society down.
"From that time Jesus began to preach and say, "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Matthew 4:17
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
The Christ Clone Trilogy

It began as a scientist's plan to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life by cloning live cells found on the Shroud of Turin . . .

It will become a nightmare of worldwide destruction and the ultimate battle between good and evil!

Tightly woven around the fulfillment of every major and minor `end-times' biblical prophecy, as well as major prophecies from more than a dozen other world religions, The Christ Clone Trilogy is an edge-of-your-seat ride through the earth's last days that ties fact and fiction so closely, it includes more than 300 footnotes.

Written in the style of Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton, The Christ Clone Trilogy is the first telling of the story of the end of the age that is both biblically feasible and technically accurate. The scholarship in all areas covered (science, history, medicine, geography, politics, astrophysics, the Bible, the New Age, etc.) is impeccable.
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
John Wyndam
Day Of the Triffids
The Crysalids

Colleen McCullough
Creed for the 3rd Millenium
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Re: What are your favorite books concerning the End of Days
Dean Koontz, The Taking

Review:
"'Apocalyptical thriller'
The rain keeps Molly Sloan indoors so she works on her book that she hopes to complete soon. However, she observes the oddity of the torrent pouring at over seven inches an hour and it has luminescent glow as if snow was falling. On her porch is a horde of coyotes acting as if they fear what is out there but they are friendly towards Molly. Her husband Neil awakens from a nightmare and joins her. From TV they learn that the storm is worldwide.

The Sloans see the probable cause when an UFO hovers in the sky and weird looking fungus and spores multiply at a geometric Malthusian rate. People vanish into the ground or levitate into the air; corpses walk and decapitated heads talk. Special dogs congregate around the beleaguered couple as Molly and Neil search the nearby town for children of parents who disappeared. They believe that the children and their guardians cannot be touched. In less than thirty-six hours the world that the Sloans knew is gone and both wonder how the ETs will deal with the survivors.

This apocalyptical thriller is a chilling frightening tale as two scared souls fight back against overwhelming odds, but take the time to try to protect the children though being a good Samaritan can mean being a dead Samaritan. Dean Koontz is at his best with this sure shot New York Times best seller that deserves many kudos. The science of the invaders is so far ahead of humanity it compares to prehistoric man seeing TV or movies. Readers will never look at rain the same way as Mr. Koontz has subtle changed the rhythm.

Harriet Klausner

Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted May 3, 2004
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