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Born and raised in Egypt, Ed is personally familiar with the persecution of its Coptic Christians. Paradise Regained is based on the true story of six fine young men who were murdered for...
Born and raised in Egypt, Ed is personally familiar with the persecution of its Coptic Christians. Paradise Regained is based on the true story of six fine young men who were murdered for their faith-murders which may well have been ordered and paid for by the Egyptian government itself.
These murders were well documented, taking place at a Christmas Mass service in Nag Hammadi, Egypt on January 6, 2010. The faces of these young men will be indelibly marked on your memory as you read of their lives, their loved ones, and their unwarranted deaths. Ed brings to life, with terrifying detail, the fear these Egyptian Christians endure, as well as the corruption which blinds its government to such crimes.
Finally, he takes us to New Jerusalem and paints an unforgettable tapestry of heavenly realms and the paradise that Mohammed's followers have lost.
Be warned-you will never again be complacent about the dangers of Islam. It is not a "religion of peace."
Posted September 8, 2012
It is truly an interesting read and hard to put down. I am impressed with how well the author was able to portray heaven and hell in terms of modern vernacular, as opposed to the way we always hear about them using Biblical terms. I am not a religion scholar, but why not do it this way? It certainly makes things more understandable to a layman. I think most theologians don't do this, because they have it ingrained in their minds that they are in some way altering the facts. Not only does the book deliver a message in religion, but the entwined mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.