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Correct spiritual discernment and understanding 'are not easily attained outside of a trans-dimensional perspective'. So writes the author in the conclusion to this little volume. In his presentation of portraits of Forgotten Heroes and Villains of Scripture, David Eason attempts to introduce trans-dimensional theology to his audience, be they young or old, in order to prepare them for the dramatic events that are about to occur upon the world stage. Such a perspective is important, he argues, because without it these events may lead to confusion within the Church and may pose a mortal danger to Christians who fail to recognize the true nature of what is really going on. For example, the author identifies within the book the beast of Revelation, a phenomenon that 'is already here and rising in our midst', yet remains largely unrecognized by the wider Church. Although only an introduction to the general topic, nevertheless, this book will lay valuable foundations for further study and outlines in clear the essentials of the gospel and God's plan of salvation for the world and cosmos from a trans-dimensional perspective. It will repay the careful reader manyfold and comes highly recommended.

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About the Author

David Eason
godinhistory Tai Po, Hong Kong
DAVID EASON is Director of Mast Ministries through which agency he engages in spiritual research. He believes he is called by God specifically to investigate, through the lens of Scripture, the trans-dimensional nature of the cosmos and the big picture of what is going on in history and the contemporary world, in order to be a guide to the wider church in these days with respect to discerning the times and the strategic direction of her vital mission.

Publish Date  March 26, 2014

Dimensions  Pocket  64 pgs Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Religion & Spirituality

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