- Publisher: Mystic Otter Press LLC
- Available in: Paperback, Kindle
- ISBN: 978-1950877041
One of Amazon’s bestselling Christian authors presents this unique non-fiction commentary of the Old Testament Bible. A blend of Judaism, Christianity, and Science, this reference volume to the Hands of the Son novel series provides a clear path through the Bible and is an easy and enjoyable read. Learn about God’s judgment of the Nephilim Giants and their angelic fathers, the Watchers, and follow the Ancient Israel Timeline as Joshua and his descendants battle more Nephilim Giants. This brief overview of the Bible will connect the dots between the Old and New Testaments and aid in grasping their main themes with clarity and ease through an intriguing story format.
Jesus from Creation to the Cross
Path to the Cross provides a unique view into the fascinating chain of events as God destroyed the Nephilim Giants, chained their angelic fathers in Tartarus Prison, and battled the evil gods of His Divine Council to make way for His Chosen People. In just a few hours you will thoroughly understand:
The Judgment of the Nephilim as told in The Book of Enoch.
Lucifer’s Fall from Heaven and his curse from God.
The Adam’s Rib fable and the latest science on Evolution and the Flood.
God’s rule over the other gods in the Old Testament.
The truth about Sodom and Gomorrah.
The real reason God ordered entire cities destroyed.
The Nephilim Giants entrenched and defeated in the Promised Land.
The truth about Palestine and the conflict between the Arabs and the Jews.
Where Jesus went the three days He was dead.
And much more. This abbreviated trip through the Old Testament will provide the reader with a solid overview of the Old Testament, featuring the reason for the Flood, the origin of Demons, and why it was so important that Jesus fulfill the prophecies written about Him. From Creation to the Patriarchs, the first and second Temples, and the captivity and return of the Jewish people, this heavily referenced book provides an excellent resource upon which to build advanced study.