The Great Truth

The Great Truth

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by Thuan Nguyen
     
 

You will go on a journey with the author and discover where humans came from, why we are here, and where we are destined to be. Become aware of God’s great and extremely important role in human life and our future. Discover the Author’s theory on the crucial role that angels play when it comes to the path of our fate. Maybe what we call miracles is the

Overview

You will go on a journey with the author and discover where humans came from, why we are here, and where we are destined to be. Become aware of God’s great and extremely important role in human life and our future. Discover the Author’s theory on the crucial role that angels play when it comes to the path of our fate. Maybe what we call miracles is the work of angels and not incidental. With this book, increase your knowledge and determine if in fact science is the only way to reach heaven.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045094658
Publisher:
Thuan Nguyen
Publication date:
09/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
111,208
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

About 30 years ago, the adversities I encountered caused me to form a different view about the spiritual world. Since then, God and Jesus have revealed themselves to me multiple times to help me write the book, "The Great Truth" The viewpoints and visions I describe in the book are very fundamental to life; they present a new understanding of the human origin and value of religions, the ultimate meaning of life, and what the future holds for humanity. Whether my viewpoints are right or wrong, good or bad, whether they have significant value or are just nonsensical, I urge you to read and judge for yourself. I'm not a professional writer; I simply write what I have experienced in order to share it with you all.

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The Great Truth 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Someone-Whos-Been-Around More than 1 year ago
Simplistic, judgmental, positively wrong about major concepts. Try reading something a little more informative like Alice A. Bailey, or even Laura Knight-Jadczyk. They might not be correct on every point but at least they will stimulate you to think. This book was free, but, really, they should be paying me to read it. This will keep that mind closed. I couldn't get past page 25. An Asian name and claim to mastership doesn't amount to much. Anybody can write a book.