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Abraham Allegiant (Chronicles of the Nephilim Book 4) Kindle Edition
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I am a Bible-reading Catholic and I have yet to find anything in his books that would make me question my faith. In fact, I find myself frequently sympathizing with the characters and their struggle to remain faithful to a God they know is there but can't fathom, a God who provides miracles and demands obedience.
I just love how the story is set within the historical frame as we know it (from archaeological evidence). I have been recommending this book to many of my friends. Thoroughly enjoyable read!
I still highly recommend the series and still plan on reading the last 2 books that are coming out. I just wanted to throw it out there for those people who don't like this kind of stuff when they are reading.
That is all.
Since neither the life of Isaac or Jacob have their own books, I expected the book on Abraham to at least cover up to the sacrifice of his son. Alas, it was not meant to be.
The second grievance is similar to those I have had with the first books but this one has strayed to a much greater degree. Godawa tries to make the marriage bed spiritual but largely fails. It is a shame too because this is something that needs to be done well. However, worse was the graphic portrayal of the sinful sex. Surely, this level of perversion must have happened leading up to the tower of Babel incident and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah as paganism ran free. But I think the story would have been better served if it had been handled with a little more discretion and a little less overt descriptive language.
These two issues mar what otherwise would have been a five-star rating.
Not so in Abraham Allegiant, the very name of the book breeds deception for it makes you believe you will be reading about the biblical Abraham in a good setting but the book concentrates more on violence and sexual perversion by Nimrod and the fallen angels called the sons of God.
It is very disturbing, the content puts a slur on the Bible and takes away any innocence of humankind. It should "Not be" labeled under Christian fiction and definitely should not be read by impressionable young people.
And someone needs to tell the author that ancient characters using modern day pet names for each other is out of place.
I've enjoyed the series prior to this book, but the flaws that were present in the first 3 books were magnified many times over in this book and ruined it. I'll give book 5 a try, but if it appears to be more of the same, I've made my last purchase of one of his books.
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