MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) September 12, 2018
“The Soul’s Keep”: a gripping religious thriller investigating free will. “The Soul’s Keep” is the creation of published author, D. Allen Gilman, a student and explorer of human nature, trained in political science and history and following in the footsteps of sci-fi legends such as Henlein, Asimov, and Clark.
Gilman presents one of many debates in the book, “‘I’ve heard so many different ideas on what Satan represents,’ Mark stated, inwardly shrugging from what he just heard. ‘I remember other Christians in the military, saying that its biblical meaning is only a word for adversary. Is Satan a single entity or a reference to anyone, or any spirit to be more precise, that interferes with the lives of humans?’
‘That’s a good question,’ Arazola acknowledged, ‘The first Biblical recording of the word Satan is in the Book of Job 1:6. In Hebrew, it literally means “accuser,” and in the context of events occurring in Job that is what is happening, Satan is accusing Man of unworthiness to God.’
For Father Daniel, this was one of his favorite things to do, look at the Bible objectively and discuss its various elements to gain a better understanding. There is a maxim that Daniel took to heart: nothing false can survive the light of examination. So metaphorically, if unsure of a thing, drag it out into the light.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, D. Allen Gilman’s new book is an unforgettable culmination of various schools of thought driven through a compelling fictional narrative exploring human and spiritual interaction.
As Detective Mark finds himself facing a whole new sphere of spiritual warfare, readers will find their usual ideas of human free will grippingly contested.
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