The book is in agreement with Christian theology concerning the origination of the human race and the eventual arrival of the Antichrist
Amery, WI (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
In James Rutledge's Arrival of the Prince, archaeologists discover ancient stone tablets that point to divine messages in human DNA. When deciphered by geneticists the messages are eerily similar to the Book of Revelation that predict the End Times and the arrival of the Antichrist. Rutledge suggests that John of Patmos, the accepted author of the Biblical Book Revelation, accessed these messages in his own DNA and saw them as revelations.
The unique blend of archaeology, genetics, and biblical history as portrayed in the Arrival of the Prince has resonated strongly with Christians around the world. "The book is in agreement with Christian theology concerning the origination of the human race and the eventual arrival of the Antichrist," according to Rutledge.
Arrival of the Prince is similar to The Rising, the Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins book that is one of the Left Behind series (Tyndale House Publishers) that deals with the birth of the Antichrist. However, the Arrival of the Prince begins 30,000 years ago with the birth of the first modern man (Adam) into a tribe of ancient Hominids that the Bible calls Nephilim. On earth, Satan begins his fight for the control human DNA.
The Old Testament documents the existence of Nephilim as the offspring of the Sons of God and the Daughters of Men (Genesis 6:4). Originally translated as a race of giants, theologians now accept the term Nephilim to mean "the fallen, or the soulless ones." Archaeological evidence found in the Kebara cave, Mount Carmel, Israel confirms that ancient hominids and modern humans lived in close contact with each other for thousands of years.
"It is natural that our Bible would reference these ancient hominids as soulless because the structure of their brains precluded the conceptualization of a supreme being," says author James Rutledge. "The modern brain is hard-wired to accept the concept of God and therefore Satan. For Christians, this appears in our theology as Christ and the eventual arrival of the Antichrist."
For more information, please visit the Arrival of the Prince website at: http://www.arrivaloftheprince.com.
About The Author:
James Rutledge was born in Freeport, Texas on December 1, 1941. Rutledge later moved with his family to Houston, Texas where he graduated from high school in 1960. He worked for three years in the Texas oil fields before returning to college, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Journalism. After graduation, he worked for NASA in Clear Lake City. Rutledge eventually left NASA and went into private industry.
Title: Arrival of the Prince
Author: James Rutledge
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