A Great Silence in the Land

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AuthorHouse, Nov 12, 2010 - Education - 168 pages
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In A Great Silence in the Land, K.W. Swain adamantly defends the Holy Bible--the actual dictation of the Holy Spirit who inspired holy men of old first to speak it, then to record it, and later translate it on its way around the globe to spread the Gospel of Christ.   It is the Word of the Holy Spirit, and His watch care over it is described in a small but interesting history of the KJV.

Why has it been disavowed?

Could it be the desire of today's world to be free of its "outdated" commands and the torment of conscience that has extinguished it as a light to the nations?

Could this time of great wickedness be a result of its silence?

The Holy Bible tells us how the world began and how it will end, but the world in its pleasures is blind to prophecy that is being fulfilled even now. Is the Book of The Revelation coming to life before our eyes?

Here is an awakening look at the signs of the times. Believers will have much to think about. Unbelievers will scoff, but as events make headlines, even they may be surprised.

 

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Contents

Chapter II
5
Chapter III
11
Chapter IV
27
Chapter VI
37
Chapter VIII
45
Chapter X
51
Chapter XII
59
Chapter XIV
67
Chapter XVI
75
PART II
85
Conclusion
113
Appendix
119
Endnotes
141
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