Battling the hive–a network of humans and demons–nearly killed them all. Now Richard and Mary take the Oneness on the offensive: picking out their targets, the cell goes after the humans at the center of the hive one by one.
Paul Meier and Robert L. Wise provide a glimpse behind the veil of time, into the eye of the storm to witness how angels and demons battle for people’s hearts and souls. End times fiction. Sequel/parallel novel to The Third Millennium.
Some say Brandon Martus has a mysterious ability to see into the future, to experience what scientists refer to as a “higher dimension.” Others insist he is simply plagued by the accidental death of his little sister.
Rayford Steele becomes the ears of the tribulation saints at the highest levels of the Carpathia regime. Meanwhile, Buck attempts a dramatic all-night rescue run from Israel through the Sinai. Book 3 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
Rayford Steele and Cameron “Buck” Williams find themselves pressed into service for the man they believe could be the Antichrist. Book 2 in the Left Behind end-times thriller series, by Time LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
In this sequel to The Third Millennium, the authors portray the wonder of life during Christ’s millennial reign and the triumph of the ultimate confrontation between Satan and Jesus Christ. End-times fiction.
A series of mysterious and miraculous healings baffles doctors, pastors, and the media baffled. When pastor Adam Bridgers investigates, he uncovers evidence that places his life in jeopardy. Medical supernatural thriller for adult readers, by Alton Gansky.
Although it didn’t fit with his theology, Dr. Jack Brenner was convinced he’d been abducted by aliens — at first. But doubts set in. Who then — or what — were they? Science fiction by Robert Don Hughes.
Thrown across time and space, Sandy and Dennys have to reunite an estranged father and son, but it won’t be easy, especially when the son is named Noah and he’s about to start building a boat in the desert. By Madeleine L’Engle.
The writer, in a dream, finds himself in a bus which travels between Hell and Heaven. This is the starting point for an extraordinary meditation upon good and evil, God and sin, and the irreparable divide between Heaven and Hell.