Item description for Judgment by Paul LaLonde & Peter LaLonde...
Overview The final book in the end-times series takes the small band of Christian resistance fighters into the reign of the Antichrist and the final judgment of the Earth.
Publishers Description The Supreme Leader has won the hearts and minds of countless people around the earth. But not everyone believes and adores this seeming "Prince of Peace." For a conspiracy lurks in the heart of the new world order-a deadly plot to destroy all that is good and allow the Prince of Darkness to reign over the earth and its people. A small band of Christians must make the choice to stand for God's truth in earth's final hour. As horror and destruction engulf the planet, God's judgment and eternal purposes are revealed. This stunning conclusion to the Lalonde's end-times series will challenge readers to examine their place in the epic battle of good and evil that already rages in our day
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jun 5, 2001
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785266933 ISBN13 9780785266938
Availability 0 units.
More About Paul LaLonde & Peter LaLonde
Peter and Paul Lalonde are talented filmmakers who produced a national television program This Week in Bible Prophecy, which aired on TBN. They also have appeared on Praise the Lord numerous times. They are bestselling authors of several books including 2000 A.D.: Are You Ready?, 301 Startling Proofs and Prophecies, and Left Behind. Success has followed the two brothers-and best friends-through their rise in the world of filmmaking. Tribute magazine calls Peter and Paul Lalonde "Canada's version of the Coen Brothers." The National Post says they are "Hollywood-hip" and "media savvy" in the way in which they bring their Christian worldview to the big screen.
What if God Himself was the defendant? Jul 5, 2001
If you liked the movie as much as I did, then you'll love the book. It's hard to put down and a great read. The characters Mitch Kendrick and Victoria Thorne and J.T. Quincy seem to be more fully developed here. And here ol Vicki is seen as a real femme fatale -- testimony to the Lalonde bros.' genius! As Mitch himself wonders, how can a woman so beautiful be so evil? During the trial, Vicki tries to egg God on by saying, in effect, "Come on out and defend Yourself, you &%$#!@* coward!" And He does, in the form of eerie silence which has EVERYBODY silent! It really makes you think about a trial in which God Himself is the accused. At the end of the novel, the Antichrist summons Vicki and that judge into his office and sends them to jail. Why? Read the book and you'll find out! Or even better still, see the movie if you haven't already!