by Randy Green
George Santayana once said those who donít learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I will take it one step further and declare those who donít learn from the ancient writings are doomed.
Back in ancient times, the emperor of eternity spoke to man. He gave humankind his rules and prescriptions, and he appointed priests to administer his government. The priests became lackadaisical, so he sent forth prophets to return them to the prescribed ways. This also failed, so he established a local king to rule them rightly.
Such is the story of the Kingdom of Eretz. By means of analyzing seven villages in this kingdom, all the emperorís subjects can learn what they need to do in order to live in peace with their king. The story is practical, not abstract, and it is applicable for healthy living in todayís world as well. Read the story and learn for yourself.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A resident of West Monroe, Louisiana, Randy Green grew up in Seymour, Indiana, spent twenty years in the Chicago area, was a pastor in Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, South Carolina, and Louisiana, and now works in the IT field while advancing his career as an author. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in biblical studies from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois, and a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Bannockburn, Illinois.
(2006, paperback, 108 pages)
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