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The Great Tribulation--Past or Future?: Two Evange&hellip von Thomas Ice
5.0 von 5 Sternen The Great Tribulation, 19. Juni 2010
This is a great book in that it presents alternative views on Bible prophecy that don't always get enough publicity. I'd recommend it to anyone in order to gain greater understanding and a less sensationalist viewpoint.

Also try:

Who Made God?: Searching for a Theory of Everything

The Last Days According to Jesus: When Did Jesus Say He Would Return?
Lord Sunday (The Keys to the Kingdom) von Garth Nix
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Satisfying Conclusion, 19. Juni 2010
Seventh (and final) book in the Keys to the Kingdom series by Garth Nix. This is an excellent conclusion to a great series - I actually thought it was the best book of the seven.

It is unnecessary to read all of the previous books in order for this book to make sense - it will be enjoyable just the same. Lord Sunday is definately Arthur's toughest competitor as he races to get the last piece of the will.

'Lord Sunday' is suitable for all ages, has well-developed characters that you really care about, and is a well-crafted story. It's a must read fantasy book along with 'Godstone', and Tolkien's books.

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Who Made God? von Edgar Andrews
Who Made God? von Edgar Andrews
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Who Made God?, 3. Juni 2010
Really interesting book. This is from the product description:

If you have been looking for a thoughtful, cogent and accessible counterpoint to the recent flurry of publications by the so-called New Atheists, you need look no further than Edgar Andrews "Who Made God?" Rather than offering an ad hoc response to the assertions made by Richard Dawkins and the like, Dr. Andrews instead asks us to consider a different way in to the conversation to approach belief in the biblical God as a thesis in and of itself, one that is worthy of our thoughtful consideration. He asks us to apply the methodology of hypothesis to the question of God to see how it fits and, in fact, it proves to fit… Mehr dazu