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Our Secret Zombie Life

Our Secret Zombie Life

by Scott Young


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The "Walking Dead" and "Fear of the Walking Dead" by AMC are two of the most popular shows on TV today. George Romero has spun a whole industry of gaming on campuses, computer gaming, and movies that never end the topic of Zombies. Why do people watch the worst of after humanity in these games and movies? What attracts us to this genre and is there a significance that has occurred inside of our culture to explain why people are drawn this this reality of death? Are we going to see a Zombie Apocalpyse, not just from popular views but from scientific evidence and technologies available to us today? Lastly, does the Bible have anything to say about Zombies and death that can give an idea of how we can respond to the Y and Z Generations?This book gives detailed information as to the behind the scene view for Christians who might consider watching zombie movies and think that they are just fun. We even describe Biblical life after death experiences and what it really means.

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ISBN-13: 9781537205779
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2016
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Dr. Scott Young, CCC-A, FAAA, is an Audiologist who owns Hearing Solution Centers, Inc. in Tulsa, OK. He has been an Audiologist since 1991. Besides World War II studies, his passions include writing, Sci-Fi and singing. He has written a fictional novel, The Violin's Secret, which chronicles the survival of one young teenager through the Holocaust. Singing in the Mind: A Study of the Voice and Song was his first non-fictional writing about the passion of singing and a different view of how singing occurs in the mind and its role in cultures. More information can be found upon Dr. Young is a unique communicator in the way he perceives the world as his wife and son will attest.

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