WINSTON SALEM, N.C. (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
In his new book “The Sacrificial Lamb: Why God Allowed the Holocaust” (published by iUniverse), author Joey W. Kiser offers readers his interpretation of how the Holocaust was not a sign of God forsaking His Jewish followers. Kiser contests that the Holocaust – and what he sees as thousands of years of atrocities – prove that God has named the Jews His chosen people.
Kiser uses biblical examples, as well as historical references, to build his case for the theory that the Holocaust was part of God’s plan. He suggests that the Jewish people were chosen to be sacrificed so the world would not perish – a sacrifice to ward off the Devil’s plan to destroy mankind. The book also explores a theoretical world in which the Holocaust never occurred, offering insights into how different things today would be.
An excerpt from “The Sacrificial Lamb”:
Most of the evil in the world is done by people who can’t see the truth. They are plagued with hate, lust, prejudice, deception, power, and even religion. If mankind is ever going to find peace in this world, it must find the truth. Once truth is established in the minds of the world, the falsehoods and deceptions will wither away and die.
“The Sacrificial Lamb” presents Kiser’s call to action in which he asks people to seek understanding and open their minds and hearts to truth. He believes that through these efforts mankind will usher in a time of peace and love.
“The only way to combat deception is to show the truth,” says Kiser. “This book will show the world the truth. Then everything will fall into place and mankind will live in peace for 1,000 years.”
About the Author
Joey W. Kiser has lived and worked in Winston Salem, N.C. He worked for RJR for 25 years. He has never married and lives a simple, quiet and private life.
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