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The Ninth Generation: Surviving The Giants Of The Pre-Flood Earth Paperback – January 8, 2011
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About the Author
John L. Owens and his family were full-time missionaries to the former USSR in the early 90’s where he served as Academic Dean of a leadership training school, equipping nationals to begin new churches. He is a graduate from Florida State University and Luther Rice Seminary; a Coast Guard veteran; and has ministered as a pastor, seminar speaker, and through Christian films with Worldwide Pictures. His home is in Coastal Georgia, USA, where he remains active as a teacher and writer, with two published novels, The Ninth Generation and Anomaly.
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It was obvious that the author did a very thorough job of researching the topic and presents the young earth creationist point of view in a very absorbing and believable way. I've done a bit of research on the topic myself, if you would care to check out my novel "And The Beat Goes On" which also deals with the Nephilim, but in a modern context from the point of view of an archeologist who finds evidence of these Biblical giants. What i especially found interesting was the way John was able to incorporate the emergence of such mythical creatures as satyrs, mermaids etc. as part of the pre-flood disaster story, which then explains their existance in subsequent mythologies of the world. That was clever, John!
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in pre-flood history, or just to those who enjoy the fantsay genre in general. It is quite Tolkien-esque in many ways. Kudos.