Daniel Duval has a B.S. in Microbiology with honors and distinction.
Noah's Ark and the End of Daysby Daniel Alexander Duval
Jesus said that, 'as the days of Noah were, so will it be at the coming of the son of man.' The story of Noah's ark contains shadows regarding the last days. This book will reveal these shadows in unprecedented clarity. The shadows not only help to decipher an accurate timeline, but they also reveal the hand of God upon the church. This book is a marriage between bible prophecy and the body of Christ, written for the common person.
Beginning at the Garden of Eden, the reader will engage in a life-changing experience. What was the fall of man like from God's perspective? Readers will become acquainted with Noah and his trials, fallen angels, and giants! What was it really like for Noah?
The plot thickens when a panoramic view of Noah's story begins to explain God's plans for His church until the second advent of Jesus. Noah's ark is one story, revealing two revelations that lead to only one conclusion. Learn how God's plan for His church and bible prophecy regarding the end-times can no longer be studied apart from one another.
Will the church stay, or will the church go before the tribulation? Does God have a purpose for the tribulation? What role will fallen angels have in the tribulation? Will the nephilim return? Will you be part of the army that conquers with Jesus at Armageddon?
It is a message that cannot be ignored. It all begins with you. Are you ready for Noah's Ark and the End of Days?
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I find this book both interesting and controversial, depending on religious views. According to Roman Catholic belief, Peter was the rock of Jesus' church and teachings as HE said "You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church." The name Peter meant Rock, which is solid. Jesus made Peter the leader of HIS church on Earth. No matter what church or faith, everyone will be judged at the End. Other factors in this book make it interesting and I would recommend it to anyone interested in a different view of things that happened and to come.