Item description for Beyond the Millennium by Paul Meier...
Beyond the Millennium takes readers inside the eye of the storm ripping the world apart during the final hours of human history. Told from behind the veil of time and the perspective of eternity, we discover the angelic account of the struggles of the Feinberg family, Jimmy Harrison, Cindy Wong, and their friends.
Readers will learn principles of spiritual warfare as the guardian angel Michael instructs heaven's newest angel on his assignments in the final battle. Through this exciting adventure story, we discover how Christians are safeguarded and assisted by the hosts of heaven.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 4.9" Height: 1" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1595545921 ISBN13 9781595545923
Availability 137 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 04:30.
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More About Paul Meier
Paul Meier, MD is the author or co-author of more than 90 books that have sold more than seven million copies in more than 30 languages. He is also the founder of the national chain of nonprofit Meier Clinics. He is a graduate of the Duke University Psychiatry Residency and is also an ordained minister and graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, where he taught for 12 years. He has traveled around the world teaching Christian Psychology, and has appeared on hundreds of national radio and television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Tom Snyder Show, Norman Vincent Peale s program, and on Radio Free Europe."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Beyond the Millennium?
Beyond The Millinnium Sep 24, 2001
For those who have read both the "Third Millinnium" and "Fourth Millinnium", you should find this to only be a re-visit of the first novel. We watch the same characters work through the exact same struggles as before, however, this time the perspective is more from the viewpoint of the angels; the Arch-Angel Michaelin particular. It would be unfair to compare the author's use of 'angels as characters' with Peretti's "Piercing the Darkness". Those who are looking to nd a similar novel will be disappointed. This is not to say the novel is poorly written, for it is not. There is a marked difference in the writer's use of angels. While Peretti's are more actively involved in his plot lines, Meier's have a stronger sense of character development; such as exploring an angel's first exposure to hatred, anger and war. Overall, an easy book to read, with occassional events that may cause the reader to stop & wonder.
Poor treatment of a potentially wonderful subject Feb 13, 2001
This book tries, and for that alone, I'll give it an extra star. The author obviously has the best of intentions, but unfortunately, the effort doesn't translate into a novel that's readable. The characters are not recognizable human beings- they make June Cleaver seem like a complex, multi-faceted character. What's worse, there's no real theology that goes any deeper than, "God is good, you should worship Him." That's great, but when I read a book like this, I'm hoping to gain some new insight about both myself and my relationship to God. At the very least, I'm looking for a good story. There's none of that to be found here. Anyone looking for a novel about the Endtimes that succeeds where Meier's novel fails should check out We All Fall Down, by Brian Caldwell. It's insightful, enthraling, and will stick with you for months. Meier tries hard in this series, and doubtlessly has the best of intentions, but in all four of these books, his good intentions simply pave the way to a literary hell.