So far just over people have voted between the four choices for the title of my third novel. Here’s where we currently stand: It’s a pretty tight contest. Ancient conspiracy. Relentless evil. The hunt for answers continues. The climactic ending of The Façade left Brian Scott and Melissa Kelley with only each . Buy a cheap copy of The Facade book by Michael S. Heiser. The plot of The Facade is driven by the fate of a team of scholars recruited for an Above-Top- Secret.
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Notice the genre of other-race movies released, abduction accounts documented, the increase of bizarre supernatural activity across the earth. I was interested in reading this book because it is an apocalyptic thriller the same genre that I write currently.
Book Review: The Facade – First Century Christianity
I am delving into the story to see where this is going and how all these people play heiswr part in the book to solve the case, if this is the case. So far just over people have voted between the four choices for the title of my third novel. Published September 20th by Kirkdale Press first published January 29th Unfortunately, he hasn’t written the third yet, so I will be impatiently waiting soon enough.
This Present Darkness did it in the 80’s. You’ll know it when you get there in the story. I don’t want to give to Probably not too many books that get categorized as both “science fiction” and “alien contact”, and get recommended as a primer on the subject by a bunch of serious proponents of the “UFO phenomena”.
No inducements are made other than the gift of the book nor are any requirements for the review to be favourable. Heiser challenges everything we think we know about our faith and understanding of the Bible. As I started reading the book, I loved the emotions evoked, suspense of a dark being in the room after discussing about his artifacts and dealing with customs in Iraq, and engaging dialogue. And finally, when one of the characters turns out to be the heiesr, well, in hindsight, some of that character’s dialogue from previous pages doesn’t seem to heieer anymore.
The Biblical texts, translations and interpretations are fascinating. Slightly further in the story, once they are with the Group and in the Facility, there is rumors about extraterrestrial life forms and mad cow disease going on with thhe debriefing on the subject which started losing me in the storyline.
I know that no devil can stand up to the power of Christ’s spirit or His name. I would have given it 4.
Anyone who calls themselves a Bible-believing Christian needs to read this, and explore Dr. The story content was generally enjoyable, and I did enjoy the underlying research undertaken by Dr.
When the action finally begins heating up to the place where some resolution would be expected, it fizzles out with a fairy tale ending suggested but not made concrete.
I look forward to readin It’s hard to classify the genre of this book. He also places a “Note to the Reader” just before the story begins that tells us that all historical figures and quotations attributed to them are real and genuine, that every document whether modern or ancient is authentic and real.
It doesn’t matter here, it’s tje an interesting conclusion and may actually be true. Unfortunately, he hasn’t writte One of the better fiction books I have read in a while. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The prologue opens with written explanation which seems like a biblical, nonfiction material or dissertation on nephilims.
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A small gripe in th The present volume is a damn fine good bit of sci-fi mixed hiser religious lore, especially if you’re a UFO buff like myself. Heiser uses in his thrilling novel. The theological angle is why I am reviewing this book here on FirstCenturyChristianity.
Feb 12, Adrienna rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s trivial stuff and none of this sinks the novel. Do you read my science fiction? Even if you’re not, there’s a lot of fun stuff here. I also heier the scholarly perspective he brings to the biblical portions, and his unique, yet plausible, interpretation.
The Façade by Michael S. Heiser | Jim Erwin
This Author is bringing Bible Truths to the world. But the story is full of thrills and intrigues. The overall plot works really well, I think.
My wife is very interested in the other beings that are described in Genesis and she is a science-fiction aficionado, so I gave her first crack at The Facade. It was recommended by a FB friend who read a post of mine about The Watchers Lot’s of it is actually backed up by real documentation that the author is good enough to put into the novel. Mike’s other academic interests include the paranormal and the occult.
He and his wife Drenna have three children.
You know, where the Joker killed Batman’s parents and ends up the ultra-villian that Batman confronts? Feb 13, M rated it it was ok Shelves: Jul 15, Sharon L. Voting will continue until the end of the year. He was on his second time reading The Facade and told me some Facads things he learned from it.
This book is absolutely awesome! I really enjoyed this book, primarily because of the content.