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  • By Eugene Rose
    Sep 23, 2010
    This author has outdone himself on this one. While the booklet itself is only a supplement to the main book, he makes his argument very clear. In this the author chose to build off of a specific argument in the main book about Korah's rebellion, in Num. 16. In the main book many topics were not delved into very deeply, I believe the author did this because he did not want to risk losing the reader in deep theological arguments. I do like how the author set this up, he gives you the option of delving deeper into arguments and I am assuming there will be more because I would like him to elaborate on other topics as well. The author does such a fantastic job arguing his point I was left somewhat shocked. His mix of straight forward in your face argumentation and fact hit me like a mack truck. That being said this book is a little more direct than its predecessor and could be misconstrued by those looking for a reason to discredit it. That would be my only critcism really. The author is... More > so unbelievably candid and seems to share his feelings no matter what people may think, which leads me to believe that he is a very honest man. I personally can see the love in his words and style, like a father scolds his son out of love, so too does Mr. Apocalypse when speaking to his audience. Bravo Bravo!< Less
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St. John The Forerunner Publications
November 17, 2011
Saddle-stitch Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.21 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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