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Jerry Pollock

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Life may have a destiny for us all. My destiny seems to have changed from being a research scientist of forty years to becoming a spiritual writer of the arts. My first book, Divinely Inspired: Spiritual Awakening of a Soul, was a memoir published in 2003 with a second edition published in January 2009 and a companion audio book just out in 2010. My second book, also published in January 2009, was a biblical fiction novel, Messiah Interviews: Belonging to God, which is also available as an audio book.

My stage play, Code Name Daniel, premiered in Manhattan at the American Theatre of Actors from July 7th thru July 11th, 2010. I published my biblical political supernatural thriller novel, Gog & Magog: The Devil's Descendants in June 2011.
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Gog and Magog: The Devil's Descendants (Mystery & Thrillers)
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Description: A supernatural, political, historical bilical thriller
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Divinely Inspired: Spiritual Awakening of a Soul (Religion & Spirituality)
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Description: Since the beginning of time, humans have tried to understand God’s Essence. However, not even the most brilliant and enlightened minds among us can comprehend Him because simply put, “God is.” If we understood the mystery of God, then why would we need to have faith? Perhaps the best we can hope for is to recognize when we are visited by God. We then have the opportunity to bring real change and meaning to our lives. Divinely Inspired is one man’s story to lift himself out of the despair of Bipolar Disorder, near suicide, migraines, anxiety, neurotic behavior, and scientific cheating to emerge on a path to God. Jerry Pollock’s transformation from a damaged and ravaged soul to merging into God’s Light, as outlined in Divinely Inspired: Spiritual Awakening of a Soul, is seen through unusual miracles of Divine intervention that initiated the author’s spiritual journey. Jerry’s climbing of the spiritual ladder is a very gradual and personal process as he tries to improve his flawed character. He comes to realize that God is the master scientist responsible for both Evolution and Creation. As his story unfolds, readers are inadvertently empowered to embark on their own spiritual journey, as best as they can, by adhering to the Creator’s original self-help plan, The Ten Commandments. The author contends that the Ten Commandments are the basis for all self-improvement. This memoir represents the author’s first steps to stand in God’s place of Holiness. His own journey of belonging to God is continued in his new novel, the Messiah Interviews, to be published in paperback form in January of 2009 along with a printing reissue second edition of Divinely Inspired.
Messiah Interviews (Religion & Spirituality)
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Description: Ever since the Creation of Adam and Eve, man has grappled with knowing whether life exists after death. Because humans achieve the possible, while God accomplishes the impossible, only the Creator knows our fate and destiny at the End of Days. Scientist Jerry Pollock weaves his Messiah Interviews story of an imperfect life on Earth with an imaginative account of being interviewed in Heaven to be the Messiah. The writing becomes a testament to Divine morality, and to finding truth and sincerity in one’s heart. As readers embark on a journey of knowledge and understanding, they’ll join Jerry on an exploration of the implications of biblical history on our modern world. Through a series of unexplainable events, Jerry empowers readers to decide if an additional personal spiritual effort is worth making in this life, in order to possibly gain entrance to an uncertain futuristic Garden of Eden, the Messianic Age. In a process of the dreamlike interviews with biblical personalities―the angel Gabriel, Methuselah, Chanoch, Seth, King David, Moses, Jacob, Abraham and the prophet Isaiah―Jerry is forced to bear his soul and his own hidden demons. As human beings, we are all flawed. That’s how the Creator made us. During the course of reading the book, readers have the opportunity to ponder the improvement of their own imperfections, in order to meet the requirements set out in the Messiah Interviews for admission into a future blissful life at the End of Days. The book is God-centered and discusses, briefly or at length, various topics, including The Ten Commandments, Creation, Evolution, Good and Evil, Primal Therapy, Bipolar Disorder, Resurrection, Aging, Twelve Tribes of Israel, Monotheistic Religions, Third Temple, Messiah, and the Messianic Age.

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The battles between Good and evil can often take place in America's governmental buildings, but it may turn a bit more literal soon enough. "Gog & Magog: The Devil's Descendants" is a Biblical fantasy and thriller as Jerry Pollock tells of Satan' ...more
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"A unique idea mixed with science and the Hebrew Bible comes alive in "Messiah Interviews: Belonging to God" by Jerry Pollock.

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“Science cannot explain miracles. Neither do miracles explain science.”
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“Man achieves the possible. God accomplishes the impossible.”
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“Science cannot explain miracles. Neither do miracles explain science.”
Jerry Pollock

“Man achieves the possible. God accomplishes the impossible.”
Jerry Pollock, Gog & Magog: The Devil's Descendants




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