Window on Yesterday

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Berkley Books, 1988 - Fiction - 181 pages
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Dreaming of handsome historian Sean Halloran, Alycia Matlock never sees the truck veering toward her. When she regains consciousness, she is in Williamsburg--but the year is 1777! And falling in love with Patrick Halloran, a double for Sean, Alycia nonetheless finds herself remembering her other love.

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By comparing Scripture with Scripture and prophecy with prophecy, the author simply accepts what the words in the Bible say without blind acceptance of man-made theories. Now, you too will be greatly rewarded with a prophecy outline that has been formulated solely by Scriptures alone. His hope for The Donkey Speaks Again, his first book, is that readers at all levels will be able to discard all the misleading information they have blindly accepted as "unquestionable" doctrine and then have the ability to read the entire Bible with fresh, new eyes and much deeper understanding.

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