Saturday, June 7, 2014
BOOK REVIEW: "Armageddon And The 4th Timeline" by Don Mardak
In Don Mardak's spiritual apocalyptic novel, Armageddon and the 4th Timeline, we are taken into a world verging on a nuclear holocaust. Bombs are disarmed at sea, in Israel and planes are crashing at LAX. The CIA, NSA and White House are all preparing for the worst, but Eric is determined to fix it.
His Tibetan Master has shown him a spiritual secret and he's traveling back in time to before Christ was born, after His birth and more to try and change the past in order to alter the future and stop certain death to 90% of the world.
Not everyone is going to agree with the themes and suggestions in this novel. I don't, though I do see truth in some of it. I do see God as an Infinite Being Who is inside all of us.
But, regardless of your personal religious beliefs, I think this is a novel anyone can read without feeling like the author's beliefs are being pushed on the reader.
The threats described by terrorists ate frightening because they really could happen. It gives the book a sense if reality and urgency it wouldn't have had if it were just a straight Christian mystique story.
Read it as fiction, because that's what it is, but don't ignore the strong message of God being inside of His creations. It's something to think about once you've finished the story.
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