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Christians and Bibles
Author: Sigmund Brouwer
ISBN: 0842384383
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Pages 416 pages
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (May 23, 2005)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 399
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eBook The Last Disciple download

by Sigmund Brouwer


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Hank Hanegraaff, Sigmund Brouwer. This book was not dissimilar to The Advocate by Randy Singer that I have just read. It took me a while to understand what was. Пользовательский отзыв - robeik - LibraryThing. A basket full of interwoven plots centred on the supposed fear that the Roman Emporer Nero will have for a text in the newer written book of Revelation by the apostle John. It pre-supposes that the.

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The Last Days (book 1 in the Last Disciple trilogy)

The Last Days (book 1 in the Last Disciple trilogy). The Last Days (book 3 in the Last Disciple trilogy).

The first book in a gripping new series by best-selling authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff explores the lives of Christians who struggle to survive and spread the Gospel during the climactic turbulence of "the last days. With the enemy seeking to decipher the code of John's letter, Revelation, and destroy the chur. What if the Antichrist has already been revealed?

First-century Rome is a perilous city as Nero stalks the political circles and huddled groups of believers. To be safe, Christians must remain invisible.

First-century Rome is a perilous city as Nero stalks the political circles and huddled groups of believers. What if the Antichrist has already been revealed? The first book in a gripping new series by best-selling authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff explores the lives of Christians who struggle to survive and spread the Gospel during the climactic turbulence of "the last days.

Series: The Last Disciple (Book 3). Paperback: 368 pages This book is the last in a trilogy. I came across the first book at a used book store, not knowing it was the first of three books. Paperback: 368 pages. Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (August 1, 2012). This book is the last in a trilogy. Although the first two books kept me going, they did have some slow parts but stay the course because this third book is the best of the three and you will not want to put it down.

The first book in a gripping new series by best-selling authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff explores the lives of Christians who struggle to survive and spread the Gospel during the climactic turbulence of the last days. With the enemy seeking to decipher the code of John's letter, Revelation, and destroy the church, believers must cling to the hope Revelation provides as they face the greatest of all persecutions.

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Sigmund Brouwer spins an exciting story with Fortress of Mist, full of classic elements and clever twists. His style is reminiscent of the wonderful Lloyd Alexander, and I felt both comfortably familiar with the unfolding story and pleasantly surprised by new plot developments. Merlin’s Immortals Series: The Orphan King.

What if the Antichrist has already been revealed? The first book in a gripping new series by best-selling authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff explores the lives of Christians who struggle to survive and spread the Gospel during the climactic turbulence of “the last days.” With the enemy seeking to decipher the code of John's letter, Revelation, and destroy the church, believers must cling to the hope Revelation provides as they face the greatest of all persecutions. In this spellbinding story of faith and fulfilled prophecy, readers discover the “code” of Revelation as they begin to see it through the eyes of the persecuted believers to whom it was written.
Balhala
I got this book during a free trial, which generally doesn't result in all night page turning suspense. This one, however, completely surprised me. I don't know what I was expecting, but it was not to fall absolutely in love with the characters and intrigue of this book.

Because this is a historical fiction, it gave me some real insight as to the challenges that faced the people at a time roughly 30 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus. Both believers and non believers alike were treated brutally and could be turned upon at any time, regardless of their rank. I was horrified to read of the gruesome, barbaric punishments practiced by the officials at that time, especially Nero.

I enjoy reading literature such as this because it fills in a lot of questions I have about biblical accounts. For instance, this book goes into great depths to describe the book of Revelations from a Hebrew point of view. I had no idea how layered the language is. Books such as this give me a helpful background, explanation, and context for reading the actual scriptures.

This book is full of suspense, intrigue, violence, love... It has it all. I couldn't believe when I got to the end and realized it is a 3 part series. I will HAVE to get the next two books- it was THAT good.
Neol
For anyone not familiar with this series of three fast-paced books, the author skillfully weaves Revelation and the Matthew 24 prophecies of Jesus along with detailed history into a fiction story of intrigue and gospel. With the writing skills of Sigmund Brauwer, supported by scriptural doctrine and research by Hank Hanegraaf, in my opinion, this is both easy reading and far better literature than LaHaye's contribution. I personally don't concur with all gospel doctrine presented here, but I do find the end times portrayal to be historically in accord with Scripture and Jesus' prophecies.
Coirad
I found Hank Hanegraaff's The Last Disciple, which he co-wrote with Sigmond Brouwer (The Weeping Chamber) to be a riveting read from the get-go. Using his own perspective on biblical eschatology (which he explains at the end of this, the first in a trilogy of stories surrounding the period just before the destruction of the Temple in A.D.70) Hank weaves a story of the intrigue that surrounds mad Emporer Nero along with graphic depictions of Christian persecution and the backbiting and betrayels which do nothing to stop the eventual "takeover" of the Roman empire by a small and seemingly inconsequential religious sect (not by a bang but by the Word of God). Time and again history has shown that when evil and corruption overtake a nation, no matter how powerful that nation may be, that it will eventually result in its own downfall. Rome was already well on its way down that slippery slope when Christianity began to move in proving what God's Word says "Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts" (Zechariah 4:6).
The other two in this trilogy is The Last Sacrifice and The Last Temple. All which are available for the Kindle device.
Rare
I understand this is written to rebut the Left Behind series. I really don't care about your prophecy stance; we'll only really know when we get to heaven.
However, the book is good. It's interesting, historically correct, and shows how brave those 1st century Christians truly were.
I gave the book only 4 stars because I do think it hopped around too much. That seems to be the latest fad in fiction. Because of the hopping from one storyline to another I sometimes had to regroup and figure out where I was in the story. I'd like to see it reorganized a bit - not changed, just reorganized so it wasn't so choppy. It was a thriller with deceit, betrayal, murder, and intrigue. It was all there. It was good and I do recommend it. I'm loving that there are finally some Christian authors that aren't afraid to do thrillers.
Nuadazius
This book is a very well done story of how Roman citizens in 65AD were at odds with the ruler Nero. Some of those citizens were following the teachings of Jesus Christ and did so at their own peril as Nero and his ilk hated those that did not acknowledge him as a god. The story is a tangled web of sub stories and plots that tie Jerusalem with Rome through many other characters from Jewish high priests to hand maidens and servants of Roman citizens stationed in Judea. The troubled romance of a Jewish Christian and a Roman soldier and confidant of Nero is particularly interesting as the author describes how their lives might have been in those perilous times. Good read.
Kiutondyl
This book is well written and a great engrossing read. But most importantly it provides a historically accurate picture of the time of the first century church. This time of great tribulation was astounding in its brutality. The book of revelation congress to life when read alongside this great book. Don't believe the crazy dispensational eschatology. This book will help you see the truth about the bible's final book.
Beazezius
Set in the Roman Empire, accurate to history, entertaining and keeps your attention. As you read you are interested in how the characters will resolve the situation, and how they interrelate. complex enough to be the story of multiple people and how they interact, even though being from different social classes and the interaction was a result of life circumstances, not a planned thing.
Interesting! I love reading historical fiction because even though I know the historical facts, I need the emotional impact when a person, real or imagined, experiences the facts. Such is the case in this book. This book follows the lives of several individuals from different social classes who struggle to live during the reign of Nero. While the disciple John is a character the story actually focuses on other people. I want to read the sequel!