As a former Bible college student who was taught the great value and appreciation of Biblical Hermeneutics, I thought this book would be right up my alley for learning additional precepts to enforce the foundations of the Holy Word that I have already been privileged to learn.
Unfortunately, I found the manner in which the book is written,( i.e. lots of exclamation points (!), lots of unnecessary “quotation marks”, and many spelling errors) alongside plenty of dark pictures offered without a clear reference to the text proffered made the book unattractive and unappealing to this reader. Towards the end of the book, the lettering is all in CAPS, making for a very difficult read since caps usually indicate someone who is yelling to make their point.
While most of the book’s text is direct quotations from the King James Version of the Holy Bible, there is no real explanation of the central theme trying to come forth by the spattering of connecting scriptures on the various pages. With a lot of cross referencing to the Queens and Kings of England, again, the information is offered without a clear explanation of how all of it fits together.
The writer gives dates and times of occurrences as fact, so to accept the premises being put forth in this book, the reader must agree and understand the correlation of the events presented with the dates submitted by the author. However, there is no explanation or offering of how the dates and times were deciphered, and therefore cannot be accepted as infallible truths by this reader.
It is very clear that this author has the best of intentions to share with his readers’ information that he feels has come directly from God, for the enlightenment of His people. It is unfortunate that it came across to this reader as confusing and was certainly a most difficult book to read from beginning to end.
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