“…if the 47 of once was 50 states somehow survives, it will be in a very different form from what we all have ever known.”
–says Rev. Jonas Harwell in the Susquehanna Territory in The Blood of Three Worlds (Ephemeron, 2019, p.53¹). See sidebar on right.
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“Is this the end of the world,”says Harwell,” the time of great tribulation that is prophesied to come, ending metaphorically, or as some say, ‘literally in a knee-deep-in-blood war on horseback in Jerusalem? Once again, I cannot say, no more than I could have said twenty years ago that we’d now be living in these circumstances. All I can say is that Christians in the Ukraine, Somalia, Sudan, Iran, and recently Hong Kong, South Korea, and southern China have all asked the same end-times question.”²
Perfect for a weekend Covid-19 read–alone, or aloud with a friend. Suitable for group discussion, high school or adult.
¹ John Knapp II, The Blood of Three Worlds (Ephemeron Press, 2019, 500pp.), is a sci/fi thriller where in a time of world crisis due to mysterious, coordinated EMP explosions that have left Earth with a destroyed power grid, nonetheless leads to a highly secret “preposterous” attempt for 2 precocious, caring, and naive Christian orphaned teens, and young space pilot, to take a forever one-way trip from NE PA to an exoplanet of identical humans also in desperate need. There they discover a new culture, no smart phones, a new language, and each other. [story is formally endorsed by an astrophysicist, an evangelical N. T. scholar, a socio-linguist/Bible translator, and others; available at Amazon even with few pictures in print or ebook format. See johnknapp2.com. Formally linked to, but by no means necessary to read first is (the Earth-bound) Earth Is Not Alone, Ephemeron, 2009.]
² ibid. p.52.