The Seventh Day Of Christmas

The Seventh Day Of Christmas

by Stephen Hicks
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The Seventh Day Of Christmas 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SLCLIFFORD More than 1 year ago
This book is written by a man who feels very passionately about his religion. The words are put forth lovingly in hopes to share what he has found in scripture as truth for his own personal journey and the journey of those who find glory and love through their savior Jesus Christ. The main protagonist, Josh and his family are living in the end of times. While they are guided by faith and the protection of their God, times are tough and much of the novel will bring about strong apocalyptic feelings of loneliness and fear. I have to admit I found myself thirsty and hungry often during the time that I was reading the book. Inherently as a species or perhaps just a civilization at its apex, our culture is obsessed with the end of what we currently are. This is exhibited in our current trend in the zombie genre of entertainment. I think enthusiasts in this area should explore alternate viewpoints of our destruction and or salvation. Christians or former Christians will find this book equal parts terrifying and comforting. The chapters are arranged in a way to provoke thought and bible study, which I found very interesting and stimulating. I also talked about the book with my fiancée quite a lot during the week I read it. As a Unitarian Universalist, humanist, Psychologist and apocalyptic genre enthusiast, I found this novel entertaining, thought provoking and spiritually uplifting. Whether you agree with the teachings held within this book or not it is definitely worth the spiritual journey it invokes from beginning to end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago