Revelations: Alpha and Omega

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"I will open my mouth in a parable, I will utter dark sayings of old, which we have heard and known and our fathers have told us. We will not hide them from our children..." Psalm 78:2-4

Thetruthishere.com presents Revelations, Alpha and Omega. In its opening scene, the narrator promises "Stories, myths, and legends. I'll show you where they all began. And more importantly, how they end." In fulfilling this promise, David Allen Rigsby's epic tale carries the reader on a mythical tour through time and space, where...

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Overview

"I will open my mouth in a parable, I will utter dark sayings of old, which we have heard and known and our fathers have told us. We will not hide them from our children..." Psalm 78:2-4

Thetruthishere.com presents Revelations, Alpha and Omega. In its opening scene, the narrator promises "Stories, myths, and legends. I'll show you where they all began. And more importantly, how they end." In fulfilling this promise, David Allen Rigsby's epic tale carries the reader on a mythical tour through time and space, where the inter-relation of religious tales and historical events is revealed.

The classic struggle between God and Satan proves to be true! Gabriel told the prophet Daniel that the understanding of end-time prophecy was to be sealed until the end days. Are they here? Revelations Omega chillingly predicted the terrorist attack on the World Trade Towers and Washington DC. So what is next? Readers perplexed by the events of today's world can look to Revelations, Alpha and Omega for understanding, solace, and hope.

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Henry Berry
Original, enlightening, and provocative...a captivating tale! Rigsby's interpretation casts a light on human affairs which is both timeless and timely.
The Small Press Book Review -Henry Berry
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595212934
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Pages: 508
  • Product dimensions: 1.13 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2003

    This is the best end-time Christian novel...period.

    I¿ve read this book and I¿ve got to admit, it¿s very interesting. I¿m not sure that I agree with everything the author claims to be the truth about mankind¿s past as it relates to the Bible, but he makes some very good arguments and they¿re very well supported. I can¿t for the life of me, figure out why anyone would only give this book one star. It¿s a great story and very well told. Even the author himself closes his own story by telling readers that he¿s only steering them in the direction of self-discovery and that to learn the rest of the truth to go and read the Bible or God¿s Word. In terms of ambition and scope, ¿Revelations¿ reminds me of early epic poems of Homer and Satyricon. Its episodic nature works quite well and I was caught up in every single story, from the story of creation, Satan¿s race of giants to the finale at Armageddon. The way the author tied modern-day circumstances with Bible prophecy is simply remarkable and frightening. His writing style is very cinematic in quality, with wonderfully descriptive passages. I loved the way he combined elements of science fiction, spiritualiy and even the Roswell story. It was very post-modern in tone. In conclusion, the story was great, ambitious, grand (and grandly entertaining), and a whirl-wind tour of the eternal battle between Satan and God. What an imagination! Five Stars!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2002

    Controversial, intriguing

    Once you¿ve finished reading this book, it¿ll doggedly haunt you. The screenplay format makes it easy to read and it flows pretty quickly, but this is certainly no warm-`n¿-fuzzy religious piece. Whether or not you agree with Rigsby¿s assertions, you¿ll find yourself immersed in the ideas he presents in this meaty interpretation of the precarious intersections of history, politics and the horrifying warnings outlined in the Book of Revelations; this timely book will definitely inspire well-needed conversation and debate. Flop down on the couch with a steaming bowl of your favorite soup and prepare for a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2002

    awesome!

    This book is packed with so much information that I constantly had to set it down to absorb what it said, then I would quickly pick it up again. I really enjoyed the screenplay format because it was more visual. It was just like watching a movie. I can see why the title of the story is ¿Revelations¿ because the information is captivating. If you are looking for the answers to life, read this book. Almost every page is packed with information. It is a real page-turner!

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