Dragon Hunters: An Allegory on Spiritual Warfare

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  • ISBN-13: 9781591600152
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 4/1/2002
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 0.27 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2004

    Dragon Hunters! Finally a Christian fiction book that isn't boring!!!

    I have already written a review for this book but even though I am nearly 15 years of age I find myself revisting this book. Strange as it is for most my age I am am a book fanatic. And all though I am in love with christian Literature I find this book to be the only one that truly excites and causes deep questions of what my fear is and a longing to be closer to my savior. although the youngest character, Stephanie often asked the questions we often don't even think about. 'Didn't the sky turn black? Didn't he feel alone? Didn't he cry out my god my god why have you forsaken me? A thought came to her that made her both smile and cry: maybe he died in the dark to make a way for her to live in the light.' Mostly all you get in teen christian fiction is a bunch of fluff! but this presents you with something real to everyone regardless of age that is written so beautifully yet so simple, perhaps its graphic but no more than the bible. This time after reading it I realised that the reason why C.S Lewis seemed better (not that he isn't one of my all time favourite authors!)was because I was childish at the time and didn't really look at the meaning of the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2003

    not for children only

    This book brought out all of the guideslines to spiritual warfare, it also connects the necessity of putting on the armor of God daily for our spiritual walk. The story keeps you captivated and eager to turn the pages. The chapters are short and are a quick read. The characters each have fear that they overcome, that easily relates to our own daily lives. The richness of the wording paints an actual picture in your mind that is not easily forgotten. I am 40 years old and would recomend this read for any age.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2002

    The Dragon Hunters: An Allegory On Spiritual Warfare

    Expecting just another rainy day, a group of kids are propelled into a world of danger and excitement that could only exist in a vivid imagination. How could they ever find their way back to the "real world"? Alone and frightened, they are armed only with a small Bible and a mysterious guide. Join them as "putting on the armor" ceases to be a Sunday School exercise and becomes a life or death necessity. See the power of the Word of God and the depth of the love of God bring them out of a terrifying nightmare of dragons and demons!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2002

    the best christian book for kids since leftbehind forkids!!!!!!!!!

    funny,heartwarming,to the point and 100%accurate with what scripture said.dragon hunters was better in my opionin than many childrens book in the christian society better than harrypotter, the only series that beats it is C.S Lewis' the chronicles of narnia

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