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Overview Did Noah's Flood really occur, or is it a MYTH? How really WICKED had that society become? Who were the main characters that led it to its doom? Author Herman Saini provides detailed answers to these questions. He draws vital lessons from that experience to enable men to avoid the same fate in a fast approaching great tribulation.
Publishers Description Did Noah's Flood really occur, or is it a MYTH? Yes God did really drown that world, except for Noah and a PART of his family. But why did God submerge that entire world? How really WICKED had that society become? Who were the main characters that led it to its doom? What kind of EVILS were they practicing? Gleaning information from ancient sources, Herman Saini provides detailed answers to these questions. He explains why pre-Flood history seemed lost, and restores much of that history. He tells the gripping, yet sobering history of the universe and man from the creation of Adam and Eve, and how their son Cain sold himself to work EVIL. His descendents followed in his footsteps and led the world to its doom. He draws vital lessons from that experience to enable men to avoid the same fate in a fast approaching great tribulation. HERMAN SAINI has been an accountant and business consultant for over 16 years. He has developed a model of economic development and international trade that nations can use as a guide to develop plans for economic growth. He holds a chemical engineering degree, a MBA, and has been a Ph.D. candidate in marketing, having completed three years of work towards the degree. He is also licensed as a Certified Public Accountant. He maintains two blogs, the purpose of which is to "preach the gospel of the soon coming kingdom of God," in fulfillment of the prophecy in Matthew 24: 14. You can read his articles at www.thetruereligionreport.com, and his weekly messages at www.thetruereligionreport.com/blog1. He currently lives in Holiday, Florida.
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A book worth reading Feb 2, 2009
In his book "SATAN VS. GOD A BRIEF HISTORY", Herman Saini intricately weaves together the Bible, Jewish writings, and ancient myths to reconstruct pre-flood biblical history. The theme throughout the book is centered around Cain and his children. He meticulous shows in great detail how their sinful lifestyle brought total destruction on mankind, except for Noah and his family.
At times, Herman Saini's insight into biblical history is surprising. He is continually peeling back the husk of the corn to reveal a kernel of truth not readily seen in the pages of the bible. The book contains a wealth of knowledge, and holds the key for understanding why God brought a devastating flood upon the earth to destroy mankind.
Taking into consideration the complexity of writing a comprehensive book on biblical history, Herman Saini has done an outstanding job. It was not only educational and well documented, but, also, very thought provoking. It is a must read book for anyone who is interested in understanding biblical history.
Not Brief, But A Worthwhile Examination of an Ignored Subject Aug 18, 2008
One thing this book is not is a brief history, being the first volume of at least four lengthy tomes. Though long, the book is an easy read, however. The book succeeds marvelously in examining Satan's strategies as well as the actions (and mercy) of God in dealing with early mankind. The book also contains some humorous and pointed digs at evolution and the tendency of modern historians to neglect biblical truths and therefore construct incorrect historical frameworks. The book is somewhat repetitive, going over the same ground multiple times (in dealing, for example, of the war between the Titans and the 'gods' and between the 'gods' and the 'giants', and in dealing with Lamech's family problems, and the treachery of the Germans, and the supposed evils of interracial marriage). Those readers who love HWA's style of writing and are looking for a book that deals with Noah's racial purity, the demon-possessed nature of Cain and his descendents, and are looking for a book about early earth's history that (like Herman Heoh's long out-of-print Compendium) seeks to understand the biblical truth behind the confused mythological picture will find this book a masterpiece. For those of us less sanguine about HWA's style and less inclined to delve into racial speculations and this book's somewhat Arian perspective concerning the stages of creation of Jesus Christ and the various ranks of angels, this book is still excellent for its portrayals of how Satan corrupts human institutions like family and government (and religion) through autocratic rule and the selfish control of resources by elites, and that is enough to give this book a qualified recommendation.