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Posted February 8, 2012
Over the past few years I have studied extensively the subject of the Fallen Angels and the Nephilim. I've researched, listened to and watched every video, read every book I could get my hands on about it, and made quite a few videos on the subject myself. When I picked up this book and began reading, I was fascinated. This was a book packed with information. CK Quarterman has outdone himself with his first book on the subject. It is an informative read, and I enjoyed every minute of it! It took me several days (which normally would have taken me less than one day) to read, but I took notes, lots of them, and I learned a lot from this one book. The book covers the Fallen Angels of Genesis 6 as the "sons of god" who were angels which mated with human women creating a diabolical and evil offspring, the Nephilim. After reading this book you will have a better understanding of why God destroyed them in the Flood. You will learn about the return of the Nephilim, and that we are, in fact, once again, living in the days of Noah. You will learn how they fit into end times prophecy. Could the Anti-Christ actually be a Nephilim? Who are the "aliens" and "star gods" of the ancient past? What is behind the UFO sightings and abductions today? Answers to these questions and more are found here in this book. I am very happy with the book. I know I will go to it time after time. It's a book worth reading. I highly recommend that you try it.
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Posted August 8, 2013
This Book Is Absolutely Amazing! Never Before have a seen such a horrible attempt at the mix of Theology and science, because I guarantee you will find neither. Mr. Quarterman’s book is not only bad science its bad pseudoscience, its broken theology and a blatant attempt to plead to any conspiracy theorist/evangelical foolish to get trapped in his web. I can’t say whether or not this is done on purpose or how anyone could someone actually believe and consider any of this remotely credible. The research is sloppy and misquoted, bible verses are Cherry Picked or misquoted entirely, credible proven theory’s abandoned for convenience and replaced with nonsensical shoe horned “end times” propaganda the only way this book would be any use was as an example as to how not to write.
I only Find it a utter shame that there are people that do give it great thought and consider it credible, some of his claims obviously can’t be disproven, the “God in the Gaps” as they call it but, as the writer the burden of proof lies with the one doing the writing and most claims are merely assumed to be true and hoped to be taken on faith alone which only turns out to be a grave mistake.
Now, I can hear the rebuttal coming “this is obviously someone with a world view perhaps some miserable Atheist” I can Assure you that no Atheist would read any of his books and I have read all three. And if anyone with an Atheistic World View did read it then I assure you that they would Applaud and send you flowers because you have done more to discredit the Christian faith than the most Militant non-believer ever could.
Posted January 30, 2012
Reviewed by Brenda C. for Readers Favorite This book not only delves into the topic of the end times, but also gives a very clear message that there is an unseen battle going on between God and Lucifer, and that God's Host (angels) have been fighting this battle since almost the beginning of time. The author also explains how Lucifer and the fallen angels have affected humanity and warns that they are still among us. This book was a very timely read for me, because it not only answered several questions that I had about the sons of God mentioned in Genesis but also led me on a Bible study about the fallen angels, and Nephilim and their relationship to Lucifer. It is written in plain language that makes it easy for anyone to understand. The author does an amazing job of helping the reader understand just who the fallen angels are, and how the Nephilim came to be. Not only that, he also explains how they are tied into today's world. I had always had questions about these topics and the author provided answers for me. He also referred to the books of Enoch and Jubilees, two books I hadn't heard of but have since purchased to continue my study. This book is perfect for end time Bible study and would be great in a group setting. While it is a short book that can be read quickly, for me it is a book that I have picked up several times. Overall, this book is a keeper for me, and I intend to check out this author's other books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 24, 2014
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