Item description for Memories of Kaos: The Lost Sons of God by Bradford D. Acton...
God is a traitor. Rumors concerning the creation of something called 'Man' riddle through the angelic legions. In "The Memories of Kaos," Bradford D. Acton pens the thoughts of one of those angels who pray to a silent God while rebellious murmurs stem from the leadership of Heaven's High Prince, Lucifer. Ancient questions involving the nature of the angelic Fall present themselves through the mind of that angel, Kaos. "Memories of Kaos" is a first hand account of the grief, hopelessness, and sacrifice comprising the destruction of original paradise. Is there any hope against the Legions of Satan the Accuser? Will God truly replace the Hosts with a second Creation? What convinces Lucifer an omnipotent Deity is susceptible to His own creation? The answers to these questions find their answers from the memories of one who was there, from the "Memories of Kaos." About the Author Bradford Acton is becoming well-known for his ability to craft fantastic epics dealing specifically with humanity's own struggle with faith and religion. He also writes poetry and is currently working towards obtaining a doctorate in philosophical theology. He currently lives with his wife, Emily, in Auburn, AL. Christian Fiction-Action Angels
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.39" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1602474915 ISBN13 9781602474918
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Praise To Acton!!! Sep 12, 2008
"Acton, in this novel, battles a very conflicting question," If God is perfect and holy, then how and why does evil even exist? And yet, if he is truly Omnipotent, then how can a revolt against him even begin?,"
Within the pages of "Memories of Kaos", Acton depicts the very battle for creation that took place before the time of man, between Satan and his legions, and God and his few! A great story of doubt, questions, and the reaffirming of one's, Kaos, faith. A great read for any soul!