Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies

Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies

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by Craig Davis
     
 

Domen, cast upon the island Feallengod, schemes against King Ecealdor—unable to vanquish the distant monarch, he sets out to destroy the people the king loves. As the suffering roils, Ecealdor seems disinterested, the tokens of his love becoming hollow idols. Thereby the battle rages, men and women are drawn into choosing sides, and the islanders await some

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Domen, cast upon the island Feallengod, schemes against King Ecealdor—unable to vanquish the distant monarch, he sets out to destroy the people the king loves. As the suffering roils, Ecealdor seems disinterested, the tokens of his love becoming hollow idols. Thereby the battle rages, men and women are drawn into choosing sides, and the islanders await some end to the tragedy that engulfs them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011148088
Publisher:
Craig Davis
Publication date:
12/01/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
484,932
File size:
472 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

After earning bachelor’s and graduate degrees at the University of Missouri, Craig Davis toiled for 20 years at newspapers, and has spent a lifetime in biblical scholarship. He wrote his first story while in Kindergarten, about King Kong. An amateur musician, he was once wrestled to the ground by a set of bagpipes. Follow this link for the podcast Letters from Shadowland, Craig Davis reading from his various writings: http://www.stcelibart.com/StCelibart/Podcast/Archive.html

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Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author has neatly woven together all the times that Satan is seen actively working in Scripture into a single narrative. But he's staged it at a human level to make it more understandable, and leads the reader through a number of theological trails. The writing is beautiful and challenging. The book forces the reader ask tough questions, not the least of which is, who is Gastgedal?