GLEN WAVERLY, Australia (PRWEB) September 03, 2015
Author Raymond Burt offers readers a futuristic blend of novel and doctrine, about what humanity is and where it is headed as a collective whole, in his new book, “The Apocalypse: Day of the Dogs” (published by Balboa Press AU).
“Today’s society is anti-Christian and against many of the morals of the workers of the iniquitous and the modern so-called good,” Burt says. “We live for these in our moralistic world; against the Father in heaven.”
Burt’s book depicts his understanding of both the details and the greater landscape of the end times. He incorporates events that span millennia, tracing what he says will be the destinies of the personalities, agencies and institutions that hold sway in today’s world.
By blending the cadences and phrasing of ancient apocalyptic texts with the details of contemporary events, “The Apocalypse” creates a disorienting and disquieting picture of the path that Burt says this world will take in the coming centuries. He beckons to those readers who are wondering what the outcome of history may be, those troubled by the path of the world’s future and those with the fortitude to consider the unimaginable.
More information is available at http://www.raymondjburt.com
About the Author
Raymond Burt turned the misfortune of suffering injuries in a serious motorcycle accident into the inspiration that led him to begin writing his memoirs and compiling them into an autobiography. After taking writing classes and encountering several instances of inexplicable phenomena, he began to write about similar experiences.
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