Miraculous Messages: From Noah's Flood to the End Times

Miraculous Messages: From Noah's Flood to the End Times

by David W. Balsiger, Charles E. Sellier
     
 
From the producers of Breaking the Da Vinci Code, The Search for Heaven, and Faith in the White House, this book investigates the incredible links between Noah's flood, global warming, and the end times! The newest installment in our Faith Evidence Series explores a mystery to which all of mankind is seeking the answer. Beginning with the story of Noah and woven

Overview

From the producers of Breaking the Da Vinci Code, The Search for Heaven, and Faith in the White House, this book investigates the incredible links between Noah's flood, global warming, and the end times! The newest installment in our Faith Evidence Series explores a mystery to which all of mankind is seeking the answer. Beginning with the story of Noah and woven throughout the pages of the Bible is a thread that ties together our past, present, and future-a series of supernatural messages that carries the keys to life, death, and eternity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780882704678
Publisher:
Bridge-Logos Foundation
Publication date:
05/28/2008
Pages:
365
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

David W Balsiger is a television producer/director and the author of 23 nonfiction books. He is co-partner in Grizzly Adams Productions, Inc., which has produced more than 500 family-friendly TV specials, features, and series for NBC, CBS, PAX, Discovery, The Learning Channel, and other networks over the past 30 years. Balsiger's books and TV projects have won more than 112 national awards for excellence.
Charles E Sellier, Supervising Producer at Grizzly Adams Productions, Inc., is a writer/producer with over 30 feature films to his credit. His newest network TV specials include "The Search for Heaven", "Faith in the White House", Breaking the Da Vinci Code, and "The Quest for Noah's Ark. He has authored or co-authored many best-selling books including "The Lincoln Conspiracy" (22 weeks on the New York Times list)

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