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Unbroken Curses: Hidden Source of Trouble in the Christian's Life

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2014

    Saddly horrible research and writing

    Little to no basis in any reality of even the highly superstious writing of the King James version of the bible. Harkens to the outdated mindsets that led to the sadly numerous religous quests to wipe out outsized or non-existant threats like the Spanish Inquisition, Salem Witch trials, the Crusades or even the many times Christianity has actually been threatened. This paranoid piece of writing neither acknowledges or admits to any possible overexageration that anyone who takes the time to do even a moments critical consideration or a bit of honest research will notice and be blown away by. Extremely dissappointing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2005

    Not really believable

    The author presents a rather fantastic tale of worldwide power brokerage, arms dealing and marriage to the devil that a critical reader will find hard to swallow. It seems this book should be categorized as religious fiction, especially since there is abundant journalistic reporting available on the Internet to support this conclusion.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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