Item description for Passport Please by Peter S. Nielsen...
Overview "Passport Please" is the fast-moving story of conflict between the rulers of two neighboring countries--Earth and the kingdom of heaven. The citizens themselves are the prize being fought over.
Publishers Description Passport Please is the fast moving story of conflict between the rulers of two neighboring countries. The citizens themselves are the prize that is being fought over. While many make it out of harm's way, almost no one makes it out alive. The countries? Earth and the kingdom of heaven. The rival rulers? The kingdom's Royal family and their ousted former general, Lucifer. The conflict? The Royals have established a garden colony on earth and Lucifer considers that to be an illegal land grab in his territory. The colonists are caught in the middle. Possible legal settlement? It had better be in writing, especially if the other guy is a snake. The question? Who gets across the border into heaven when the clock runs out? Passport Please follows the cover-to-cover story of the Bible, in a way you have never read it before, with a focus on getting through passport control into heaven. Lucifer's ejection from heaven, the garden of Eden, circumcision, the virgin birth, baptism, communion, the rapture, the Gutenberg press, the judgment, even the mysterious Nephilim all play a logical role in the story of getting humans through passport control, into the kingdom. Not familiar with the Bible? No problem. Read Passport Please and you will be. Pete Nielsen is an entrepreneur in international business initiatives. He has been a student of the Bible for over 25 years. Pete and his wife Linda live in Jupiter, Florida. They have three adult sons and a daughter-in-law.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.73 lbs.
Release Date Aug 9, 2007
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1602666903 ISBN13 9781602666900
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Reviews - What do customers think about Passport Please?
One-of-a-kind Bible summary Aug 22, 2008
Passport-Please is a one-of-a-kind book that is a compelling summary of both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible in just 200 pages. I have read the Bible as a book from start to finish in a year. Nielsen's interesting and informative novel is an easy, enjoyable read in just a few hours. Numerous times I said to myself "so that is why God did that" while reading it. The story pulls together some challenging and confusing Biblical events into a cohesive, flowing tale that covers the entire span of human history. The use of footnotes and explanations adds a high degree of credibility to this `fictional drama'. As physics teacher and a Christian I particularly enjoyed the inclusion of modern scientific discoveries to help me understand where God and heaven "are" and the manner in which some of the supernatural occurrences in the Bible could have happened. I highly recommend Passport-Please to anyone who has pondered the meaning of life, the existence of life after death or the true nature of God.
Exciting journey through the Bible Jul 26, 2008
Pete Nielson has done an excellent job in Passport Please as he takes us on a compelling journey through time and eternity. This book could be a great way for those who are unfamiliar with the Bible to get a glimpse of it's underlying story line and should encourage further research into the truths of scripture. For those familiar with The Bible this is a unique and thought provoking look at life and the part we all play in it. Regardless of your own faith this book will compel you to stop and contemplate your own personal beliefs. I highly recommend it.
Passport Please May 31, 2008
I found Passport Please to be an imaginative, entertaining depiction of the story of the Bible. From the opening scene of Satan's fall from Heaven, to a New Heaven and New Earth, Passport Please dramatizes God's desire for mankind in a way you've never read it before. This is a great book to give friends who are unfamiliar with the Bible and the gospel message.
Relates the past to the present Feb 27, 2008
Passport Please260 interest packed pages. The Bible I have struggled to understand is explained and made relevant to the world today. There is a large cross reference at the end to guide you to where in the Bible the author got his ideas. It is not preachy but shows why we must make choices,declare our allegiance to get our passport to anywhere, even heaven. Have problem with the concept of a triune God ? How about King, Prince and Prime Minister. Ever wonder as I did, why God rejected Cain's offering ? Read this book. Our church library has a copy and I sent one to my grandchildren. They will get to read it when their mother is finished with it.
Passport Please Jan 25, 2008
Just finished reading the book which I received for Christmas. What an awesome work. Nielsen has really done a great job here of setting a big, big picture, really a paradym-buster, getting us out of our little myopic world view to reveal in a compelling context the big drivers of the universe. Thanks for clearing the air with this big perspective! I' m going to read it again, to help continue to "unmelt" my day-to-day myopia !!