Just A Matter Of time: Until the End of Time

Just A Matter Of time: Until the End of Time

by Arnold R Kropp
Just A Matter Of time: Until the End of Time

Just A Matter Of time: Until the End of Time

by Arnold R Kropp


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Just a Matter of Time is a Christian based novel of a rural family dealing with governmental intrusions brought on by the technological advances over every area of life. What will the computerized world of technology be like in ten, twenty, thirty years? It was not that long ago that the days of rotary dial telephones and black and white TV's astonished the world. This tech world is speeding up, and along with it governmental controls watching us with cameras here and there in the name of protection. How will this advancement of technology affect our daily lives down the road? Will it demand conformity? Will this advancement speed up the persecution of the Church?

Follow this family of four dealing with the future over a four-month period.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578603711
Publisher: Arnold Kropp
Publication date: 11/11/2019
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Back in the days when Arnold was a kid growing up in south Chicago, he freely roamed around the neighborhood after school. A public golf course was just two blocks away. He and his buddies ran across the four-lane busy Western avenue in the middle of the block by running between an opening of the cars and trucks to climb the fence and sled down the slopes in the winter snows. We knew the risks. No one got hurt. After graduating HS he went to a Christian College in Wisconsin and then turned the responsibility of his life over to the US Army. He was trained as a Morse code Operator, transferred to Germany where he joined a Long Range Recon Patrol. Driving a '49 Volkswagen into Berlin with a few friends, he got a personal look at the Brandenburg Gate being walled-off to keep those in the East from enjoying the freedoms of the West. He was able to attend the October Fest in Munich. He spent several days in Switzerland and a trip to Stockholm, Sweden, to visit his mother's uncle. After his discharge, he moved to Atlanta, Ga, married a southern gal and moved to Florida to start a career in Retail Management with transfers to Grand Rapids Michigan. He moved to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to attend a two-year Bible school. After his full retirement from a career with the City of Tulsa, he drove a school bus part-time. Try that some time. The retirement provided time to write, a hobby enjoyed throughout his life.
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