Mercy of the Iron Scepter - Randy Dokens (Paperback)

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Barcode
9781946889768
Department
Books
Released
1 Feb 2019
Supply Source
USA

Book

Authors
Randy Dockens
Randy C. Dockens
Randy Dokens
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Carpenters Son Pub
Language
English
Number of Pages
450
Dimensions
216 x 140mm

Summary

  • A heartbroken archeologist must distinguish the difference between truth and deception to bring true prophecy of a coming apocalypse to light.
  • Kalem, an archeologist, lives between two apocalyptic events. Although unwittingly, he finds himself unraveling two opposing prophecies through unearthed steles he finds. He believes his older brother, labeled rebellious, was taken by the king, never to return, because he discovered evidence which put the king in a bad light. Now older, Kalem believes he has found evidence on these unearthed steles proving his brother’s findings about the king were correct. This prophecy tells of a coming Overtaker who will oust the current king and bring everyone total freedom. Kalem becomes close to the woman supposedly the key to fulfilling this stele prophecy. Yet, she believes in the current king and puts Kalem down an alternative view to the coming apocalypse. This other prophecy states the current king is the rightful ruler who will bring the world into an even better future. Can Kalem exonerate his brother and bring the justice he had always dreamed of? Or will he find his life is being manipulated to prevent the true prophecy from being fulfilled? Unfortunately, he finds deception in places he never would have suspected.

Fiction

General Subject
Fiction
BISAC Subject 1
Fiction / Christian / Futuristic
Dewey Classification
813

Author Bio

Dockens, Randy C.: - Randy has a doctorate in both pharmacokinetics (how drugs work in the body) and in Biblical prophecy. He wants people to understand that science and faith can exist together, and, in fact, go hand in hand. He believes our future will be a positive one and be scientifically advanced where technology itself will become a way one can offer up worship. He likes for his books to be both fun to read and have a strong scientific bent. He lives with his family outside Philadelphia in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.