The Final Coming

The Final Coming

by Samuel Frandino
     
 

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There is a God, the universal creator, and the opposing force to that God, a Satan. They continue to be in constant struggle within both the minds and emotions of human beings. In all of human history, our religion, philosophy, and science have made no inroads toward resolving this most fundamental conflict.
God wants it over.
The Final Coming tells the…  See more details below

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There is a God, the universal creator, and the opposing force to that God, a Satan. They continue to be in constant struggle within both the minds and emotions of human beings. In all of human history, our religion, philosophy, and science have made no inroads toward resolving this most fundamental conflict.
God wants it over.
The Final Coming tells the story of that resolution, but from Satan’s point of view. He is not a caricature, nor a human possessed. He is a person inhabited, and he has a plan to create a world where humans are corrupted beyond redemption and no longer see belief in God as an option. The manipulations begin with Satan as a fetus and end when the struggle is resolved.
“The Final Coming is the oldest story in the book told in a completely new and captivating way, and it just might change the way you think about the world.
The book weaves a tale of destiny and deception, full of twists and old manuscripts, contrived tragedies and ironic humor. It’s a fast and entertaining read, but it also delves into life’s greatest questions about who we are and how we fit into the universe, and what it truly means to be all powerful.”
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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149101191
Publisher:
Samuel Frandino
Publication date:
12/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
292
File size:
685 KB

Meet the Author

Samuel Frandino graduated from the State University of New York College at New Paltz in 1977. He worked as a theatrical carpenter in New York and Chicago before teaching for eight years in an interdisciplinary program for gifted children. He has written a dozen articles on using theater, art and music as a gateway to academic disciplines and presented on that topic at a convention of the National Association for Gifted Children. He presently teaches art in the public school system in upstate New York.

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