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Left Behind by Tim LaHaye
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Sep 18, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: christianfiction, lost-lit, fiction

i read this entire series.....almost non stop...
they came out with a prequel series, but i figured how many times can you beat a dead horse....

This series was really really good.
I didnt know how i was going to like it, not being a practicing catholic and all, but even if it doesnt keep to scripture 100%, it gives you enough of an eye-opener....

I remember thinking, wow. If this really happened, i would be one of the ones suffering through all this. And what would it take for me turn and accept god....how many plauges and tribuations would i suffer through....

You get to see how the whole world gets affected by this transition period, where the antichrist fights for his throne and god is ever angry.... a war between good and bad....

Its long, theres so many books to this series, but if you are the least bit interested in what life would be like once god takes his chosen ones, and the rest of the world is left to fight off the devil/ antichrist.... give it a whirl.

I am glad i did!!!
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Carrington Shaw I didnt know how i was going to like it, not being a practicing catholic and all

I'd think it would be less likely a practicing Catholic would enjoy it, given its decidedly anti-Catholic stance. Catholics, not being "true" Christians in LaHaye and Jenkins's eyes, get left behind along with everyone else.


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