The Kingdom Seeker: The Diary of Saint Thomas the Divine [NOOK Book]

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When Tom Adams first returned to New York City from attending Cornell University in the fall of 1984, things were bleak; he had failed miserably at Cornell never having done a bit of work and now had to find a job. Short stints at employment agencies around the City were not going to make it for Tom - he had big dreams. Soon, things started taking a sinister turn; Tom was fairly certain someone or something would take his life soon and he was right. Labeled a madman for claiming to have been killed on the streets...
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The Kingdom Seeker: The Diary of Saint Thomas the Divine

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When Tom Adams first returned to New York City from attending Cornell University in the fall of 1984, things were bleak; he had failed miserably at Cornell never having done a bit of work and now had to find a job. Short stints at employment agencies around the City were not going to make it for Tom - he had big dreams. Soon, things started taking a sinister turn; Tom was fairly certain someone or something would take his life soon and he was right. Labeled a madman for claiming to have been killed on the streets of Queens, New York and for claiming to be the greatest king Jesus ever created, he languished in New York for nearly twenty years until on February 3, 2005, he successfully predicted the hurricane Katrina disaster six months in advance to the President of the United States, Pope John Paul II, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Mike Bloomberg, Vladimir Putin and many others, effectively bringing to an end both Judaism as it is practiced today and Islam. The Kingdom Seeker the Diary of Saint Thomas the Divine is a book that on the one hand serves as another in a series of very serious vindications of Christian faith while on the other hand serves as the greatest treatise ever written in justification of Jewish Law. Likely the only truly accurate history of the world since 1984 by the chief architect of the Kingdom of God on earth, The Kingdom Seeker the Diary of Saint Thomas the Divine is a definite "must read" book for everyone who takes life seriously and that realizes the enormous importance religion has in it! The original letter that ended both Judaism and Islam is faithfully reproduced - along with other missives - in the book's appendix.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781434368348
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 1/24/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 248
  • File size: 295 KB

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