Stafford, TX (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Author Newman Vandenburg III had restless dreams of what he saw and heard from the Heavenly Father. This vision remains unchanged and now, he has written on many different subjects that vividly portray the image of the Heavenly Father.
Destination is an enlightening book which will reveal to readers the way in which mankind has manipulated nearly the entire world to believe in false doctrine which covers, not only religion but everyday existence and events using the Heavenly Father’s creations. The context of the index which was meant for readers to understand covers many topics that mankind has exploited for his own productive use.
This book is meant to shed light on a false principle of knowledge that mankind has forged into his doctrine through principles of law based from past decisions that were forged by his predecessors. These false teachings are a slap in the face of the Heavenly Father, who is the creator of mankind and the entire earth and all its existence.
Destination was written by Vandenburg III to serve as a weapon that is more powerful than a fist or a gun. He believes that writing this book carries the power of truth, facts, and phenomenon. It can change the minds of millions of people, both good and evil. In his heart, Vandenburg III is doing more than just telling a story but rather, he is telling the readers and the rest of the world what this world is all about.
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Destination* by Newman Vandenburg III
Heaven or Hell
Publication Date: January 28, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 115 pages; 978-1-4797-7869-0
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